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Fight choreographer, Terry King, talks to us about how he and the company of Wendy and Peter Pan have created realistic fight scenes for the play - without anyone actually getting hurt.
How did we design Neverland? Writer Ella Hickson, director Jonathan Munby and designer Colin Richmond talk about the design and setting of Wendy and Peter Pan.
Bringing Tink to life
Meet Tink - she's the new fairy in town. If you think fairies are all sweetness and light, think again. Tink is cranky, feisty and lots of fun. Here Ella Hickson explains why she has written such a different character in her adaptation of JM Barrie's story. And Charlotte Mills, who plays Tink, gives a taste of what audiences can expect when they see the show.
Fly with us to Neverland
In the first in a series of behind the scenes films about Wendy and Peter Pan, we talk about flying. Our automation engineers work with Director Jonathan Munby and the actors to work out how Wendy, Peter and the Lost Boys should take flight.
adpated from novel by J M Barrie
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
10 Dec 2013 - 2 March 2014
0844 800 1110
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