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Chawn Hill Church Christmas Show @ Stourbridge Town Hall “Neverland: Peter Pan Reimagined”

Saltmine Theatre Company are back in town performing this years Christmas Show “Neverland: Peter Pan Reimagined” live at Stourbridge Town Hall on Fri 10th Dec 2021 @ 7pm
£8 adult ticket, £5 child

This is an all age show and definitely not one to be missed!
Book your tickets here 👇
http://boroughhalls.co.uk/neverland-saltmine.html

Description:
Wendy and her talented but struggling mum are stuck. Stuck for money, stuck in a tiny flat, and worst of all, stuck for ideas. Overlooked and unnoticed, they’re desperate – until one night, a mysterious boy flies right out of his story and into theirs. And he needs their help.

Wreaking havoc on Neverland is one person who will do anything to make sure things go his way. Nefarious pirate Captain J.A.S Hook has been Peter Pan’s enemy for as long as either of them can remember – and Neverland isn’t big enough for the both of them.

Who will win the happy ever after? And what if everyone loses?

With original music and a big pinch of fairy dust, fly with Peter, Wendy, and Tinkerbell as they discover a story that’s big enough for everyone to play a part, and where no one is written out.



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