Peter Pan (Rose Theatre Kingston)
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Peter Pan (Rose Theatre Kingston)

Peter Pan (Rose Theatre Kingston) London Reviews and Tickets

(3 Ratings)
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Delightful, Clever, Entertaining, Great singing, Enchanting

About the Show

Award-winning writer Evan Placey pens this new adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic story.

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3 Reviews | 0 Followers
Great singing, Entertaining, Enchanting, Delightful, Clever

See it if you love the story, and enjoy an almost musical style of storytelling.

Don't see it if your looking for a panto, or you expect seamless scene changes

Critic Reviews (4)

The Telegraph (UK)
December 8th, 2023

"There’s no faulting Kaine Ruddach as a face-painted Pan: a winning figure of boyish assurance, dauntless but not disagreeably so. If, overall, this ranks as a partially successful re-jig, it’s a sufficient pleasure all the same."
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The Stage (UK)
December 10th, 2023

“Vikki Stone’s score features a handful of catchy, contemporary songs...Though the lyrics are uninspired and often cloyingly saccharine, they help to drive home the show’s sweet message about embracing a found family and following your dreams.”
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Time Out London
December 8th, 2023

“There are some quibbles. Despite all the sprawling playfulness, this is a voyage that lacks any real sense of danger... If there was a sprinkling of terror added into the mix, it would seem more balanced. Perhaps, I’m being too grumpy, because the audience clearly loves it.”
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West End Best Friend
December 11th, 2023

" 'Peter Pan' is well up to [Rose Theatre Kingston's] usual high standard. Once again, a small number of professional actors appear alongside a large number of talented and well-rehearsed young people. Crucially, the two groups are seamlessly integrated: this is not professional performers with a young ensemble, but a united team."
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