Winter 1909. Snow is falling across London. Wendy Darling and her brothers sleep peacefully in the bedroom, as their parents bicker downstairs. In a sudden flurry of snow their window blows open, and into their lives tumbles a mischievous boy called Peter
A period-set feminist reworking of Peter Pan that doesn’t come across like a bossy nanny imposing order on a children’s nursery, and which delivers the swashbuckling goods at the same time as it serves up some scintillating points?
JM Barrie's Peter Pan play was first performed in 1904 and his novel, Wendy and Peter, published in 1911. Ella Hickson's modern new version for the RSC lands in the interim period while relocating the story in a more feminist consciousness.
At first, the little girl is thrilled to have a ghost-elephant living in her house. He makes life so much more fun! But Elephantoms are a bit too big for houses and before long, he’s causing a lot of trouble.
For children and grown-ups of all ages, t
Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story World Arena Tour is a high-flying, hi-tech fantasy adventure that combines the drama and excitement of live theatre with the epic visuals of a blockbuster movie.
Pinch yourself as you watch Peter Pan fly high above the
Adaptations of modern children's books have become a National Theatre winter staple in recent years, ranging from the extraordinary (War Horse) to the less successful (Coram Boy). This version by Carl Miller of Erich Kästnor's 1929 novel leans more towar
It’s Christmas Eve and everyone is excited – wrapping presents, going to parties, singing songs – everyone, that is, except Carol. She hates Christmas and wishes everyone would stop going on about it! But that night, as she settles down to sleep s