PETER PAN 18/7/2014
At the Old Dairy Farm Craft Centre, Friday 18th July 2014
We first saw Heartbreak in an open-air production of Romeo and Juliet in 1999. We'd taken a picnic, a bottle of bubbly, some canvas chairs and, just for later in the evening, a blanket. We had such a wonderful evening that, in most of the years since, we've been to see at least one of their productions.
Imagine, then, how thrilled we are to be able to stage a Heartbreak play here at The Old Dairy Farm Craft Centre, especially one as iconic as a production of this timeless classic. Originally written by JM Barrie, the rights to Peter Pan were assigned to GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital) in 1929. GOSH still receives royalties every time the play is performed. It has to be one of our favourite stories for children and the young-at-heart. We had a great night, some pictures to help us remember the fab evening Heartbreak provided for us.....