Our latest 'awfully big' pantomime adventure is now available for licensing.
We are delighted to announce that 'Peter Pan' is now available for amateur and professional licensing worldwide; the latest title to join our collection of award-winning pantomime scripts.
First seen on stage in 1904 penned by J.M. Barrie, the story of the 'boy who never grew up' has captivated children and adults alike for over a century. Our all new pantomime version based on the original play's novelisation (titled' Peter and Wendy') remains faithful to the classic story whilst adding all the traditional pantomime elements and a pixie dust sprinkling of exciting and hilarious new twists.
J.M. Barrie (pictured opposite) donated the copyright of Peter Pan to the Great Ormond Street children's hospital in 1929. Thereafter, for every production or adaptation of the story staged, the hospital has received royalties to help fund their pioneering work.
As per Barrie's request, the exact amount raised has never been disclosed.
All children, except one, grow up...
On the hunt for his pesky shadow, Peter Pan meets the Darling children in their Nursery. With a sprinkling of Tinkerbell's fairy dust, Wendy, John and Michael leave Nana the Dog behind on a flight to Neverland - a magical place home to lost boys, mermaids and the most villainous pirate of them all; Captain Hook! With Mrs Starkey and her bumbling son Smee by his side, Hook seeks revenge against Peter Pan who fed his left hand to a tick-tocking crocodile hungry for the rest of him.
Will the boy who never grew-up rid Neverland of Captain Hook forever?
Will the Darlings find their way home to London?
And, most importantly, do you believe in fairies? "
Request your free perusal copy today: www.tomwhalleypantomimes.com/peterpan