When the Darling family’s world is rocked, a window opens into a world of opportunities and adventure that may help Wendy find the answers she seeks. Taking a leap of faith, Wendy and her brothers follow Peter Pan to Neverland, where they discover the extraordinary home of the Lost Boys.
Amongst the fun and hijinks, Wendy embarks on a quest to find one more lost boy, her brother Tom. With the help of the fearless Tiger Lily and spirited Tink, Wendy finds the courage to follow her own path, discovering her true self and that, sometimes, where one story ends, another adventure begins.
Creating a world of wonder through storytelling, puppetry, and physical theatre The Watermill Youth Ensemble invites you to join them on an unforgettable journey celebrating the enduring power of friendship and the unique parts we play in our own stories.
A youth theatre production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.
Sat 23: 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sun 24: 1pm & 6pm
Thu 28: 7.30pm
Fri 29: 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sat 30: 2.30pm
Tickets from £15
Most suitable for ages 6+
The Watermill Theatre Youth Ensemble
The Watermill Theatre Youth Ensemble is a talented company of young people aged 11+ who take part in our weekly groups. Their skills and talent extend beyond the stage to include stage management, costume design and assistant directing.
Find out more about our opportunities for young people here.
Co - Director Angharad Arnott Phillips
Co - Director Heidi Bird
Costume & Set Designer – Alfie Heywood
Lighting Designer - Ali Hunter
Sound Designer & Associate Director - Matty Green
Stage Combat Director - Emily Evans
Puppetry Director - Scarlet Wilderink