All aboard the Jolly Roger for some action-packed adventure at Albany Theatre, Coventry…
The Albany Theatre, Coventry are taking a trip to Neverland this Christmas and presenting an especially adapted version of JM Barrie’s classic adventure story Peter Pan.
The show runs from Monday 10th – Saturday 22nd December and promises swashbuckling, pirate shenanigans, a cranky, clock-eating crocodile, a particularly skittish version of Tinker Bell and of course, a dastardly character in the shape of iconic baddie, Captain Hook.
This production of JM Barrie’s classic has been especially adapted for The Albany by Lyon Devereux and features puppetry, an original music score and plenty of dashing swordplay to produce an action-packed adventure full of friendship – with a festive sprinkling of fairy dust.
Peter Pan marks the third, and largest, show to The Albany from Ceridwen Theatre Company who previously performed Macbeth and Armistice: The Long Road to Peace in The Albany Studio earlier this year.
In the spirit of Christmas performances across the land, there’s some gender-fluidity with “leading boy” Peter Pan, being played by Nadia Devereux.
There are school, matinee and evening performances that are all open for general booking. There are also two access performances including a BSL signed show on Thursday 13th December at 7pm and a relaxed performance on Wednesday 19th December at 7pm intended for people who may prefer a less formal audience setting with some adaptations in terms of sound and lighting to accommodate those on the autistic spectrum or with sensory and communication requirements.
Booking is already open with tickets at £11 adult and £9 concessions which can be booked online at www.albanytheatre.co.uk, via the box office on 024 7699 8964 or in person at the theatre on Albany Road, Coventry.