Written by JM Barrie, new version by David Greig
Directed by John Tiffany
All children grow up, except one.
In 2010 the National Theatre of Scotland brings Peter Pan home, presenting a brand new version of one of the most influential and magical stories ever told by a Scottish writer, in what will be the 150th anniversary of the birth of JM Barrie.
Directed by the National Theatre of Scotland’s own Olivier Award-winning John Tiffany and written by multi award-winning Scottish playwright David Greig (Midsummer, Yellow Moon) this Peter Pan reimagines the Darling family in Victorian Edinburgh with all its mists, gas-lamps, bridges and mystery.
Peter’s impish arrival into the lives of Wendy, John and Michael is the beginning of a thrilling, deliciously naughty, eerie escapade. Together they take off on a fantastical flight to the colourful wonderful Never Land, an enchanted place of vivid characters. There’s a gang of Lost Boys, a horde of pirates and, of course, one of the wickedest villains of all time.
Razor-sharp sword fights, virtuoso flying sequences, acrobats, fire-eaters, ticking crocodiles and one great big hook will ensure the whole family is drawn into this distinctly Caledonian other-worldly adventure.
Peter Pan is a co-production between the National Theatre of Scotland and barbicanbite10 and is presented by arrangement with the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Samuel French Limited.
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