Peter Pan to open at Troubadour White City Theatre in July
Sally Cookson's Bristol Old Vic and National Theatre production will open at the new venue
Sally Cookson's production of Peter Pan will open at the new Troubadour White City venue in July, it has been announced.
The show, which originally opened at the Bristol Old Vic and ran at the National Theatre in 2016, features aerial acrobatics and live music.
It runs from 20 July to 27 October at the Troubadour, the new theatre in the former BBC Media Village in west London. The space consists of two full flexible venues including a 1,200 theatre and an 800-seat theatre.
Peter Pan is designed by Michael Vale with dramaturgy by Mike Akers, costume design by Katie Sykes, lighting design by Aideen Malone, and sound design by Dominic Bilkey. The show features original music by Benji Bower, with movement direction by Dan Canham, puppetry co-design and direction by Toby Olié and Gwen Hales on aerial direction. Casting is yet to be announced.