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Shugborough to stage an open air production and modern-day version of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: July 27, 2014


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AUDIENCES can experience the world of Neverland like never before with a group of skateboarders as their guide.

An open air production of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys will be on stage at Shugborough next Thursday.

The modern-day re-telling of the story features rap and poetic street slang, alongside music and dancing. The show tells the story of a group of skaters who hold an overnight protest to save their skate park from government cuts only to be whisked away to dream-like Neverland. This is the fourth year Heartbreak has brought shows to Shugborough.

Artistic director Peter Mimmack said: "Whether you are five or 95, this energetic and enthralling adaptation guarantees audiences an enchanting experience full of magic, laughter - and excitement."

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On August 13 Heartbreak will return to Shugborough with an open air production of Pride and Prejudice.

Visitors are urged to take their own picnics, blankets and deckchairs. The show starts at 6pm.

Admission is £12.65 or £8.25 for children over the age of five. Book on 01785 254653.

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