Friday 1 July 2022
6.30pm – 8.10pm
Wendy Darling is certain she saw the face of a boy at her bedroom window 3 floors up – yet no-one believes her. So who can blame her when she agrees to fly away to the idyllic Neverland with him? But is Neverland as perfect as it seems? Or will the evil Captain Hook and his band of pirates kill Peter and rule over it themselves?
Peter Pan was first performed by Illyria in 1997. It has been performed outdoors many times since by many different companies. But Illyria’s 2022 production will be the first to feature REAL flying!
Pack a picnic, bring a blanket or chair and join us for an evening of perfect family entertainment.
“Peter Pan” is presented by arrangement with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Concord Theatricals Ltd on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk
Doors open to theatre ticket holders from 5.30pm, with the performance commencing from 6.30pm. For theatre-goers wishing to visit Harewood prior to 5.30pm on the day of the performance to enjoy the House and Gardens including Adventure Playground, Bird Garden and Farm*, we are offering a reduced rate entry of £5 per person. Reduced rate tickets are available to purchase upon arrival at Harewood House on the day of the performance with a valid theatre ticket.
*Please note, last admission to the House is at 3.30pm, closing at 4pm and access to the gardens closes at 6pm, after which time there will be access to the theatre area only.
You’re welcome to bring along your own picnic and seating, please note, no tables are permitted and we ask that you kindly take all of your litter away with you.
The performance will go ahead whatever the weather! This is an outdoor event, so please come prepared with suitable warm and waterproof clothing or sun cream and sun hats if required.
The performance will take place on the North Lawn, the grassed area opposite the House. Car parking and toilet facilities are located close to the performance area.
Yes, there will be a short interval part way through the performance, giving visitors time to stretch their legs and use the facilities.