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Peter Pan at The Peter Pan Tent in Kensington Gardens in London previewed 26 May 2009, opened 10 June 2009, closed 13 September 2009, returned to The Meridian Gardens at The O2 in London from 1 December 2009 to 10 January 2010.
Peter Pan flies into The O2 for a strictly limited Christmas season. Performed 'in the round' in a specially commissioned, state-of-the-art 1300 seat theatre-tent, this acclaimed production includes a breathtaking 360 degree projected scenic design. This production was previously seen over Summer 2009 in Kensignton Gardens, London.
Peter Pan promises to be a truly magical winter experience for adults and kids alike. Packed with surprises including a breathtaking 360 degree projected scenic design, this major production is conceived and staged by an award-winning creative team.
This brand new stage production of JM Barrie's Peter Pan in London in a version by Tanya Ronder was performed in a state-of-the-art 1,100 seater Neverland Pavilion in the North East corner of Kensington Gardens near Lancaster Gate Tube Station during the Summer of 2009.
Leader of the Lost Boys on the island of Neverland, Peter Pan makes regular visits to the real world where he befriends the Darling children - Wendy and her brothers, John and Michael - and takes them from London to Neverland for a series of fabulous adventures. Petulant fairy Tinkerbell, Red Indians and terrifying pirates, led by Peter's nemesis, the evil Captain Hook are all brought vividly to life in this brand new production that is sure to be this summer's theatrical event!
With over 1000 seats in the round, the state-of-the-art auditorium will offer unimpeded views for everyone. No one in the audience will be more than a few rows from the stage, making this an intimate theatrical experience. William Dudley's groundbreaking set design uses sophisticated CGI technology where you'll be able to fly with Peter to Neverland, stand on the deck of Hook's ship, and soar high over Kensington Gardens in the heart of Edwardian London.
Peter Pan in London is directed by Ben Harrison with designs by William Dudley. Ben Harrison, a former associate director of the Almeida Theatre, is one of the world's leading exponents of site-specific theatre. The multi-Olivier Award winning William Dudley has worked regularly at the National Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre and in the West End and he has an international reputation for his work creating 3D virtual environments. The story is adapted for this special stage production by Tanya Ronder whose adaptation include Vernon God Little for the Young Vic Theatre and Blood Wedding at the Almeida Theatre.
Peter Pan in London at The Peter Pan Tent in Kensington Gardens previewed from 26 May 2009, opened 10 June 2009 and closed 13 September 2009. Transferred to The Meridian Gardens at The O2, from 1 December 2009, closing 10 January 2010.