Jopsox present Peter Pan

Jopsox present Peter Pan at The Plowright Theatre this June

Peter Pan, Wendy and the Lost Boys are set to take to the stage at The Plowright Theatre in June.

See them do battle with Captain Hook and his cowardly pirates, rescue Tiger Lily and revel in the adventures of childhood in this Disney JR version of the classic tale. With well-known songs such as, ‘Never smile at a Crocodile’, The Second Star to the Right’ and ‘Yo -Ho, A pirates Life for Me’ the story is brought to life by Jopsox, the junior section of The Scunthorpe Musical Theatre Society and is directed by Jacky Bacon and choreographed by Sophie Haigh .

The cast is made up of children aged between 8 and 16 who are working hard to perfect their characters with rehearsals now taking place three times a week. The group recently enjoyed a stage combat workshop, courtesy of Matt Smith, in preparation for the battle, and are now looking forward to putting what they learned into practise.

Director Jacky said: “The show would normally involve flying, but health and safety restrictions make this option way beyond the resources of a junior theatre group so they have had to come up with more inventive solutions, with perhaps a little bit of fairy dust! Come and see the finished result and join in the action with a singalong led by the Crocodile and Chief Tiger Bamboo.”

Peter Pan is at The Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe from 15-17 June at 7pm each evening. Tickets are priced – Adults- £8, Concessions- £6, Family Ticket- £25 (2 adults and 2 children). Group bookings of 10 people or more pay £6 each. Booking fee may apply.

To book visit www.plowrighttheatre.com or call 0844 8542776. Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.

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