Wendy & Peter Pan
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Waterside, Stratford Upon Avon, Stratford Upon Avon, CV37 6BB
Approx. capacity: 1040
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre (RST) is a 1,040+ seat thrust stage theatre owned by the Royal Shakespeare Company dedicated to the British playwright and poet William Shakespeare. It is located in the town of Stratford-upon-Avon - Shakespeare's birthplace - in the English Midlands, beside the River Avon. The Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres re-opened together in November 2010 after undergoing a major renovation known as the Transformation Project.
Nearest British Rail is Stratford-upon-Avon, about 20 mins walk from the town centre. A direct train service runs from London Marylebone and connections from all parts of the UK to Stratford via other rail routes.
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre is along side the River Avon and is well signposted thoughout Stratford-upon-Avon. M40 from London or the Midlands. The M40 links to the M42 and M25 which gives access to M1, M5, M6, M4
There are 40 spaces in front of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre with a small charge (but they do fill up quickly). 200 pay and display spaces in Church Street car park, a short walk from the theatre (Open Mon-Fri 18.00hrs- Midnight, Sat and Bank Holidays all day)Street parking is impossible but there are several other car parks throughout the town but all are at least 15 mins away from the theatre so allow plenty of time.
The venue has wheelchair spaces. Please contact them to book and for any queries on 01789 272227.
The box office is fitted with a loop system and headphones are available from the venue itself.
All assistance dogs are welcome in the venue. Please contact the venue to arrange.
General Access Info
Please contact the venue directly for information 01789 272227.
Doors Open: 6:45PM
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WENDY & PETER PAN
Booking Period From 19 December 2013 to 2 March 2014
Winter 1909. Snow is falling across London. Wendy Darling and her two brothers sleep peacefully in their bedroom, as their parents bicker downstairs. In a sudden flurry of snow the window blows open, and into their lives tumbles a mischievous boy called Peter. Shortly followed by a very fractious fairy by the name of Tink.
In the magical Peter Pan, Wendy sees not only a great adventure, but also a chance to rediscover the key to her parents' lost happiness.
With the aid of a little fairy dust she agrees to fly with Peter to Neverland. There she will give the Lost Boys a run for their money, defeat Captain Hook and his pirate crew, and ultimately, learn what it means to grow up.
JM Barrie's classic tale of the boy who never grows up is adapted in a spectacular new version by Ella Hickson (Boys, Soho Theatre and Decade for Headlong) and directed by Jonathan Munby (for the RSC The Canterbury Tales).
12 January at 2pm - Audio Described Performance
18 January at 1.15pm - Captioned Performance
14 February at 7.15pm - Audio Described Performance