Peter Pan

Peter Pan

En Olivier Theatre, National

Precio desde € 61.30

One of the greatest fairy tale stories of all time, Peter Pan, makes its return to London on the 25th of October for a matinee and evening performance. 

- Secure your tickets to this exclusive play
- Experience the classic story about Peter Pan
- Pick your own seats
- Enjoy the infectious score‎ 

Enjoy the Story about Peter Pan
Let yourself get lost in the magic and follow the second star to the right, straight on 'till morning as you fly away to Never Land. Enjoy a spectacular mix of adventure, musical brilliance as the story about Peter Pan comes to live on stage.                                                       

Join Peter and the Darling children as they travel to a land full of imagination and possibility featuring the mischievous Lost Boys, and of course, the villainous Captain Hook.

The play features music and lyrics by the Olivier Award-winning writing duo George Stiles and Anthony Drewe (Honk!, Mary Poppins, Betty Blue Eyes, Soho Cinders) with a book by the late Willis Hall. 

How do I get my tickets?
Shortly after your booking is complete, you will receive an e-ticket by email. Please print out your ticket and bring it with you to the theater.   


Peter Pan CríticasPeter Pan Críticas

"A magical spectacle…a visionary and defining production"
Time Out

"Superb…it’s sprightly, imaginative and terrific fun"
Financial Times

The Times

"Physically inventive…with a majestic sense of spectacle"
Evening Standard

"Hiran Abeysekera…makes Peter fizz with quizzical energy"
Daily Mail

"Action packed"
Daily Express

"Boisterous and full of childlike ingenuity…drenched in magical, earthly delights"
Daily Telegraph


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Información sobre El teatro

Olivier Theatre, National
South Bank

Información El espectáculo

Sesiones de tarde
Various days at 7.30pm

Sesiones matinal
Various days at 12.30pm, 2pm or 4.30pm

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