Peter Pan

@ Theatre Royal Newcastle

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28 November 2017 - 21 January 2018

£13 per ticket

The record-breaking trio – Danny, Clive and Chris – return for another spectacular Theatre Royal pantomime next Christmas. Be among the first to hook your seats for the unmissable story of the boy who never grew up! Danny Adams stars in the title role in the Theatre’s Royal’s first production of Peter Pan in over a decade, with Clive Webb and Chris Hayward as Mr & Mrs Smee. As with all Theatre Royal pantomimes expect laugh out loud comedy, special effects, amazing sets and a few accidduuunts along the way!

So don’t wait for the magic to start – book your tickets now.
Tickets from £13. 
Prices subject to change; book early save more.

Contains strobe lighting.
Please note: Peter Pan is a family show with bangs and flashes, a couple of scary moments, a bit of panto innuendo (never intended to offend) – and some very old jokes…

Friends of the Theatre Royal: 20% off any performance, any price band (terms and conditions apply)
Children (16 years and under, excludes Gallery and Superseats): £2 off any performance
Family Ticket of 3-6: £23.00 per ticket on Sat 2 Dec ’17 7pm, Sun 3 Dec ’17 5pm, Sun 14 Jan ’18 5pm, Sun 21 Jan ’18 1pm & 5pm. Stalls and Grand circle only (excludes Price Band 1 and Superseats). £17 per ticket on Fri 1 – Sat 2 Dec ’17 7pm, Sun 3 Dec ’17 5pm, Tue 16 – Fri 19 Jan ’17  7pm & Sun 21 Jan ’18 1pm. Upper Circle and Amphitheatre only.
Senior Performance (retired patrons, excludes Gallery and Superseats): Thu 18 Jan ’18, 2pm: £4.00 off

Theatre Royal
100 Grey Street
Newcastle upon Tyne

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