Cast announced for Peter Pan Goes Wrong on tour

Casting has been announced for the new UK tour of Peter Pan Goes Wrong.

The comedy play comes from theatre makers Mischief, the multi award-winning company behind The Play That Goes Wrong and the BBC One TV series The Goes Wrong Show.

Opening at Richmond Theatre on 23 September, the new tour of Peter Pan Goes Wrong will visit Aylesbury, Nottingham, Liverpool, Southampton, Wolverhampton, Bath, Leeds, Cardiff, Canterbury, Newcastle, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Woking, Birmingham, Manchester and Cheltenham.

Making up the cast are Jake Burgum (Trevor), Jack Michael Stacey (Chris), Matthew Howell (Robert), Jean-Luke Worrell (Francis), Ciara Morris (Sandra), Theo Toksvig-Stewart (Max), Clark Devlin (Dennis), Jamie Birkett (Annie), Gareth Tempest (Jonathan) and Rosemarie Akwafo (Lucy).

They’re joined by understudies Romeo Mika, Clare Noy, Consuela Rolle and Phil Yarrow.

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Written collaboratively by Mischief’s acclaimed trio of writers – Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields – Peter Pan Goes Wrong is an uproarious physical comedy infused with expertly crafted farce and slapstick humour reminiscent of Buster Keaton.

With impeccable timing and audacious courage, the play showcases the ‘Cornley Drama Society’ once again grappling with technical glitches, airborne blunders, and actor conflicts as they endeavor to bring J.M. Barrie’s beloved narrative to life. Yet, amidst the chaos, the question remains: will they ever manage to reach the enchanting shores of Neverland?

Peter Pan Goes Wrong is directed by Adam Meggido, with set design by Simon Scullion, costumes by Roberto Surace, lighting design by Matt Haskins and sound design by Ella Wahlström. Original compositions by Richard Baker and Rob Falconer. The Associate Director is Fred Gray. Peter Pan Goes Wrong is produced by Kenny Wax Ltd and Stage Presence Ltd in arrangement with Mischief Worldwide Ltd.˙

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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