The Television Workshop presents…Wendy and Peter Pan

Tuesday 26 March 2019- Saturday 30 March 2019

6:30 pm : Main Stage

Under 14's must be with an adult

Tickets

General admission: £11.00 + booking fee
Concessions: £7.00 + booking fee

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Wendy and Peter Pan

To celebrate the 25th year of Confetti, The Television Workshop brings their brilliant brand of theatre to the box-fresh Nottingham venue, the Metronome. And it’s the first theatre production there!

Wendy is off to Neverland with Peter Pan and her brothers for an “awfully big adventure”. She’ll battle the cunning Captain Hook and his pirate crew, deal with a feisty fairy called Tink, and try to sort out the Lost Boys. She’ll have to be brave and strong and patient, and not be distracted by the playful Peter Pan! The most important thing is to find her little brother and fix her family.

The much-loved story of Peter Pan is excitingly reimagined by The Television Workshop performing the RSC version. There’s all the old favourites – but with a fresh twist. It’s a play about being a kid and growing up. It’s a play that appeals to both kids and grown ups with some sad bits, some crazy bits, some magical bits, some slightly scary bits, and some bits so blummin’ exciting that you’ll be on the edge of your seats!

 

Please note there are five evening performances (Tues 26- Sat 30 March) and one matinee performance on Sat 30 March.

The timings are as below:

Tues 26 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Weds 27 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Thurs 28 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Fri 29 March (evening) 
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Sat 30 March (matinee)
Doors 12.30pm
Performance starts 1.00pm prompt*
Interval 2.00pm-2.20pm
Performance ends 3.20pm approx
Please note Strictly no admittance once the performance has started.
Late admission will not be possible until the interval break. The same applies for the second half of the performance.
Late admission will cause too much of a disruption as it will involve you walking across the performance space.
We thank you for your understanding.

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The Television Workshop presents…Wendy and Peter Pan

Wendy and Peter Pan

To celebrate the 25th year of Confetti, The Television Workshop brings their brilliant brand of theatre to the box-fresh Nottingham venue, the Metronome. And it’s the first theatre production there!

Wendy is off to Neverland with Peter Pan and her brothers for an “awfully big adventure”. She’ll battle the cunning Captain Hook and his pirate crew, deal with a feisty fairy called Tink, and try to sort out the Lost Boys. She’ll have to be brave and strong and patient, and not be distracted by the playful Peter Pan! The most important thing is to find her little brother and fix her family.

The much-loved story of Peter Pan is excitingly reimagined by The Television Workshop performing the RSC version. There’s all the old favourites – but with a fresh twist. It’s a play about being a kid and growing up. It’s a play that appeals to both kids and grown ups with some sad bits, some crazy bits, some magical bits, some slightly scary bits, and some bits so blummin’ exciting that you’ll be on the edge of your seats!

 

Please note there are five evening performances (Tues 26- Sat 30 March) and one matinee performance on Sat 30 March.

The timings are as below:

Tues 26 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Weds 27 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Thurs 28 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Fri 29 March (evening) 
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.00pm prompt*
Interval 8.00pm-8.20pm
Performance ends 9.20pm approx

Sat 30 March (matinee)
Doors 12.30pm
Performance starts 1.00pm prompt*
Interval 2.00pm-2.20pm
Performance ends 3.20pm approx
Please note Strictly no admittance once the performance has started.
Late admission will not be possible until the interval break. The same applies for the second half of the performance.
Late admission will cause too much of a disruption as it will involve you walking across the performance space.
We thank you for your understanding.

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