Wendy and Peter Pan in the media


Wendy and Peter Pan began preview shows in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre last week and has been gathering attention from the media online.

If you're thinking of coming to see the show in the new year you might enjoy these online features about the production.

Ella Hickson on Woman's Hour
Writer Ella Hickson talked to Jenni Murray on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour about the shift in focus from Peter Pan to Wendy in her new adaptation. 'Wendy has to cut her own path through Neverland,' says Ella.
Find out more by listening to the show on BBC iPlayer.

Feature in the Independent
The Independent on Sunday were also interested in this shift in focus from Peter to Wendy.
Read the feature with Ella that was published this weekend on the Independent's website.

BBC website
There's an interview with Ella, Sam Swann who plays Peter, and director Jonathan Munby on the BBC website. The feature talks about the differences between our new adaptation and the Disney version of the story. 'We've tried to take away the baggage of all the films and cartoon versions,' says Jonathan.
Read more on the BBC website.

Exeunt magazine
Ella Hickson also talked to Exeunt magazine about the production and her own writing history. 
Read her story on the Exeunt website.

Want to read more?
Look out for the feature that appeared in the Saturday Telegraph Magazine which will be published online later this week.

Got your ticket yet?
There are still tickets available to see Wendy and Peter Pan in the new year and spring. Buy your ticket here.

Image: Michelle Asante as Tiger Lily in Wendy & Peter Pan. Photo by Manuel Harlan. See more production photos of Wendy and Peter Pan here.

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