Once again, the ridiculously, fabulously talented ANDREW POLLARD writes, directs and stars in PETER PAN – A New Adventure opening at Greenwich Theatre tonight and running until the 8th of January. Get your tickets now as they sell out super fast!
The little boy who didn’t want to grow up arrives at Greenwich Theatre for a Christmas pantomime in this brand new adventure for 2016
After a sell-out run of Red Riding Hood at the Greenwich theatre last year, a new adventure written once again by Andrew promises to be a rollercoaster pantomime ride for all the family this Christmas.
Expect to see the usual story of Peter Pan, the cheeky little boy who didn’t want to grow up, but in a Neverland that’s likely to prove to be jolly, riotous and a tiny bit bonkers.
So this Christmas forget the National Theatre’s serious adaptation of Peter Pan — and indeed all the rest of London’s Christmas shows — and prepare to feel right at home in the land where no one ever grows up.
For a fascinating insight into what its like to be the ultimate Christmas pantomime dame, read Andrew’s interview with The Telegraph here
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