Peter Pan - Tickets
Relish a stage adaptation of the timeless children’s classic, Peter Pan! Enjoy the escapades of the child who didn’t grow up, as he goes on numerous adventures with his friends, Wendy and Tinkerbell as he attempts to get the better of his adversary, Captain Hook. Do not miss this incredibly funny, moving and adventurous story that is perfect for all ages!
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why watch peter pan
A retelling of JM Barrie’s most famous tale, Peter Pan is all set to take the stage at London’s West End. The National Theatre’s latest production guarantees to delight audiences, as it brings Barrie’s vivid imagination to life. Sally Cookson is the director of the play and has worked on numerous productions that have been showcased at some of the top theatres in London, such as Bristol’s Old Vic, Rose Theatre Kingdom, and London’s Old Vic. Cookson has been praised for bringing forth the fun and adventure in the story in a compelling adaptation.
The characters of the play have been praised by both the audience and critics. The casting of a female Captain Hook has been hailed as a brilliant move, and she brings forth a visceral performance as the bloodthirsty villain. The transition from the Lost Boys, who are dressed in knitted clothing and clutching teddy bears to ruthless pirates is brilliantly scripted. Cookson ensures that the audience is invested in the relationship between her characters, and ensures that the events unfolding have a profound impact on those watching the play.
Peter Pan is a mischievous little boy who does not grow up. He has the ability to fly and spends his time going on adventures with his friends to Neverland. Peter Pan is engaged in a long-standing feud with Captain Hook. He also enjoys going to the Darlings’ house in Bloomsbury at night and listens to Mrs. Darling’s bedtime stories by their window. One night, Peter Pan is spotted by the window, and he loses his shadow at the Darlings’ home while attempting to escape. He is forced to return to their house to claim it. He unwittingly wakes Mrs. Darling’s daughter, Wendy, while doing so. Wendy successfully reattaches Peter Pan’s shadow, and he learns that she knows a lot of stories. He then invites her to Neverland, posing as the mother of his gang, called the Lost Boys. Wendy agrees to go to Neverland and brings her two brothers, Michael and John along.
Join the peculiar group as they have numerous magical adventures. Will Peter Pan’s nemesis, Captain Hook, finally get the better of him as he is joined by his new friends?
Date Night | Fans of Peter Pan | Kids
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2 hours & 35 minutes with 1 intermission
The Troubadour White City Theatre has a seating capacity of nearly 2000. There are 800 seats in the multi-purpose theatre, and 1200 seats in a fully flexible space.
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Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
You will receive an email confirmation along with your mobile voucher shortly after you book the tickets. You will need to display a photo ID along with your voucher at the Theatre's Box Office to collect your tickets.
Troubadour White City Theatre, Wood Lane, London, London, W12 7TS
By Bus: Take bus lines 72, 95, or 220 and get off at the South Africa Road station. The theatre is a short 2-minute walk from this bus stop.
By Tube: Take the Underground to White City Station. The theatre is a short 5-minute walk from this station.
This ticket is valid for the date selected at the time of booking.