1702 Productions are bringing Peter Pan the Panto to The Chrysalis Theatre, Milton Keynes in 2021!
Collect your faith, trust and pixie dust – follow the second star on the right, and straight on ’til morning – because magic awaits you in Neverland!
Expect fun, laughter & cheer!
In the event of the show being postponed due to further developments in the Covid-19 pandemic, your tickets will be moved to the rescheduled performance.
Schools Performances – We have special schools rates for this performance. Schools packages include discounted ticket costs for children with programmes, drinks and ice-creams included. Packages also include a number of free tickets for teachers and adult chaperones. To enquire about your school booking, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Quiet Performances – Our quiet performances are particularly designed for audience members with autism and other developmental disabilities. During these shows, house lights will remain on, but dimmed inside the theatre. The show will be at a consistent sound level and lower volume. “Rules” around audience etiquette are also relaxed. After the show, audience members are invited to meet Pasha – the cockapoo that plays the role of Fish in the pantomime. This meet and greet takes place on the stage.
1702 Productions are delighted to announce that Peter Pan is in production, for The Chrysalis Theatre in Milton Keynes. The show will arrive at the venue from 4th December and run until 2nd January 2022.
The show stars top comedy ventriloquist, Steve Hewlett who will be playing the role of Mr. Smee, along with his right-hand man (literally) Arthur Lager who will perform as Grandpa Smee. Steve shot to fame on Britain’s Got Talent, and has since appeared in pantomimes across the UK, as well as his own sell-out ventriloquism show.
Alongside Steve, is celebrity quizzer and West End actor, CJ de Mooi. CJ is one of the most recognisable quizzers in the UK, having made up part of the original team of Eggheads on the BBC2 quiz show. He’s also remembered for his ascorbic comments to Anne Robinson on Weakest Link. More recently, CJ has been performing in the West End and is currently producing a new television sitcom.
Lucy Rose Rollason plays the title role, and is also the show’s choreographer. Lucy is an up and coming pantomime star, and is alumni of the British Pantomime Academy (BPA) The BPA was founded to support and nurture students in the craftsmanship of pantomime, and has partnered with 1702 Productions to bring this spectacular production to the stage.
Steven Gordon-Wilson, Creative Director at 1702, said: “This production is the culmination of months of planning and production during lockdown. Like so many others, we are determined to bring live theatre back with a bang…and a little bit of pixie dust! Milton Keynes is a big town, and there’s room for a new pantomime on the block – we’re really looking forward to bringing this show to my home town.” Steven is well respected in Milton Keynes, having previously worked with Destination Milton Keynes, Xscape and Milton Keynes Theatre.
For more details about the show and to book tickets, visit the website.