Peter Pan flies into Eden Camp this Winter
The team at Be Amazing Arts and Eden Camp Modern History Museum are joining forces once again for a festive retelling of the family favourite ‘Peter Pan’. Following the build of Eden Camp’s brand new Heritage Hall, the team at Be Amazing Arts jumped at the opportunity to build inside a custom made theatre to house a brand new adaptation of the classic text ‘Peter Pan’. In this magical adaptation, J.M. Barrie’s classic is brought to life in Yorkshire during World War Two. Audiences can expect all their favourite characters: Captain James Hook, Mr Smee, Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily and all the lost boys.
In the show, audiences can watch the story unfold as the boy who never grows up pays a visit to the Darling household and gives hope and adventure to a generation who lost their childhood due to war. “One of the most exciting aspects of this particular production of Peter Pan is it brings together a professional company of actors with a breadth of experience and impressive CVs, as well as a company of local young performers who take on both some of the leading roles and also recreating Neverland as a high energy ensemble”, said Roxanna Klimaszewska, Creative Director at Be Amazing Arts. ‘Peter Pan’ will be Be Amazing Arts’ third production at Eden Camp after the success of previous shows ‘Letters from Betty’ and ‘A Suitcase for Teddy’, and also makes up part of their Winter season together with a revival of their 2021 sell-out production ‘A Christmas Carol’ in Malton town centre. “Peter Pan promises a magical evening for all of the family and is sure to
kickstart your winter season with a festive sparkle”, Roxanna says.
Peter Pan at Eden Camp Modern History Museum
4th November – 12th November at 7.30pm (no performance on 7th November)
Tickets can be purchased at www.beamazingarts.co.uk or by calling 01653 917271.
Elijah Dsenis-Constantine as Peter Pan
India Cottrell as Tinker Bell
Kirsty Wolff as Smee
Keir Brown as Captain Hook
Reuben Baines as Lost Boy
Photo credit: Joy Photography by Lucy Baines
For more information visit www.beamazingarts.co.uk or contact Be Amazing Arts Operations Director Natalie Aconley on 01653 917271 or email firstname.lastname@example.org