Derry first for Peter Pan The Musical

Are you aged between 7 and 12, if so, then Peter Pan wants you!

Later this month Peter Pan the Musical will be performed for the first time, in Northern Ireland and it’s happening in Derry.

Peter Pan, is the classic story of the land where Peter Pan, the Lost Boys, Captain Hook and his Pirates and of course Tinkerbell and many other characters have endless adventures.

The Grove Theatre Group will be staging the musical adaptation of the JM Barrie’s Book in the Millennium Forum between the 25th April to the 28th April and you could be a part of this exciting event.

Directors, Martin Mullan and Roderick Canning, are giving children the chance to be part of this production. An “introduction to stage” and performance is the wonderful opportunity being offered to young people aged between seven and twelve. The” introduction to stage” will involve being part of a large group of fairies and pirates in this fantastic and enchanting musical.

The lucky children will work with professional dance and singing coaches to ensure that this production is an exciting and magical experience for both the children taking part and the audience. Performing on stage can improve confidence, communication skills and provide a lifetime of wonderful memories.

If your child, or children would be interested in taking part in this adventure, then contact the following email address - or telephone 0780 1011813.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity; places will undoubtedly be filled quickly. Looking forward to hearing from you all. Tickets for the show are on sale now at Millennium Forum Box Office Tel: 028 71264455.