Peter Pan

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Axis Arts Centre, Thursday 5th January - Sunday 29th January

Join Peter Pan as he takes on the mischievous Captain Hook in the legendary story we all know and love this January, Dame Stuffy Smee will be on hand as Peter attempts to foil Hooks plans, along with some familiar favourites from the Holding Court Panto in this swashbuckling adventure. A show packed with amazing colour, fantastic costumes, music, dance, a tonne of belly laughs and lots and lots of pirates!

Thursday 5th January - Sunday 29th January
From €16
Axis Art Centre and Theatre, Main St, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

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