BEFORE ‘PAN’ THERE WAS PETER
Fly away on a 60-minute adventure with Betwixt-and-Between’s new stage adaptation of JM Barrie’s little known PREQUEL to Peter Pan.
Fresh from a Preview performance in Kensington, London and stopping off on the way to Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Betwixt-and-Between theatre company will present ‘Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens’ at Moat Brae over six performances from Sunday 28th to Tuesday 30th July.
Offered as part of the entry ticket to Moat Brae, visitors will be treated to performances at 10.30am and 2.30pm in the garden at Moat Brae which the author of Peter Pan described as ‘Enchanted Land’. The show lasts for 60 minutes and can be combined with a chance to explore the brand new visitor experience at Moat Brae where families are encouraged to explore and discover the stories behind the place that inspired one of the world’s most well-loved children’s stories.
This special production of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens is a PREQUEL to the story of Peter Pan with a host of new characters exploring the origins of the boy who would not grow up and how a boy called ‘Peter’ became the infamous ‘Peter Pan’.
Join Mary and her father as they run away to Kensington Gardns and explore the backstory of Peter, the boy who would not grow up.
In a celebration of family, friendship and childhood, a host of new characters lead Mary home, proving that no matter what your age, to live is an awfully big adventure.
Perfect for fans of Peter Pan and the young-at-heart. Recommended for 7+
***PLEASE NOTE WET WEATHER ALTERNATIVE VENUE WILL BE THE GARDEN ROOM AT MOAT BRAE***