The Co-op Juniors Theatre company return from the award-winning Barnum last year and their dazzling Christmas Spectacular at Snape Maltings to present Peter Pan – A Musical Adventure.
Close your eyes and imagine, close them tight and pretend as you take off on a magical trip to Never Land where you never grow old.
J.M Barrie’s timeless tale of the boy who refused to grow up is reborn as a spectacular musical by Stiles & Drewe and a book by the late Willis Hall, as Peter Pan whisks the Darling family beyond the stars to his island where there are “no tedious distances between one adventure and the next”.
“…the musical score by Stiles and Drew suggested to me traces of Sondheim, Bart and, Lloyd Webber..." - The Stage
"The contemporary score is timeless and tuneful..." - The Independent
Circus Fantasia Big Top, Trinity Park, Ipswich
Book early for the best seats and prices for this limited run. There are a limited number of £10 tickets available at every performance.
Note: Free parking available on site – arrive at least 30 minutes before the performance. Please call the Box Office directly for accessible seating or additional venue information. This production may contain special effects including strobe lighting or loud noises.
Sat Nav postcode for Trinity Park: IP3 8UH
PLEASE NOTE: The New Wolsey Theatre is acting as a ticketing agency for this event. Please check the venue and event details carefully.
‘A triumph...stunning visuals and imaginative staging...a bravura production which fizzes with invention and imagination’
Amazing show, best one ever, acting, dancing and singing was better than the professionals, location at Trinity Park was perfect with free parking, get there 30 mins before start so you can enjoy chips & hot dogs.
Amazing show, great use of prompts and everyone was so enthusiastic and energetic. My 2 year old was glued to the whole show and loved every minute. We came home to watch Peter pan straight away. Well done everyone, brilliant show. Will definitely be booking next time
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