Angles Theatre’s Youth RATz group to perform ‘Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure’ in April

PUBLISHED: 14:37 29 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:37 29 March 2017

Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April

Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April

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The Angles Theatre’s Youth RATz group are busy rehearsing for their production of ‘Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure’.

Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April
Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April

The show will feature a cast of 48 children, and two adults playing Hook and the Storyteller - with a surprising revelation at the end.

Kiera Samways, who will play Peter Pan, is working hard to challenge the famous Peter Pan version with Kathy Rigby.

Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April
Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April

With permission from Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, the music is by George Stiles, lyrics by Anthony Drewe, book by Willis Hall.

“Close your eyes and imagine, close them even tighter and imagine you have taken off on a magical trip to Never Land - where you never grow old,” say the group.

Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April
Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April

“J.M. Barrie’s timeless tale of the boy who refused to grow up is reborn as a spectacular musical... this production will entertainingly magic you away.”

The show is at the Angles Theatre from Tuesday 11 to Saturday 15 April.

Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April
Angles Theatre�s Youth RATz group to perform �Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure� in April

Tickets; £10 in advance, are available by calling 01945 474447 or via www.anglestheatre.co.uk


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