Peter Pan

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Gate Theatre, Saturday 4th November - Sunday 14th January

This winter, the Gate Theatre is proud to present J.M. Barrie’s classic Peter Pan, in a magical new version by bestselling author Roddy Doyle.

Transported from Edwardian London to early 20th century Dublin, the beloved story of the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up sees the Darling children, Wendy, Michael and John, whisked away to The Never Land by Peter Pan and Tinker Bell where they team up with the wild Lost Boys to battle the sinister Captain Hook and his right-hand man, Smee.

Directed by Ned Bennett, this unforgettable new production opens at the Gate Theatre on Saturday, 11th November with previews from Saturday, 4th November.


Date:
Saturday 4th November - Sunday 14th January
Time:
7.30pm (matinees Sat/Sun 2.00pm)
Price:
From €15
Address:
Gate Theatre, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of Gate Theatre, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

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