James & The Giant Peach
On stage
7 - 14 Apr
Show dates
Tickets
£14 - £15
Concessions available
Ticket prices
About

What if your parents were killed by an escaped rhinoceros?
What if you were then sent to live with your horrible aunts as their slave, all alone with no one to call a friend?

Then one day something truly magical happens, offering you a way out. All you have to do is take a step into the unknown, a step inside a gigantic peach…

Roald Dahl’s heart-warming tale of courage and adventure (adapted by leading playwright of children’s stories, David Wood), is brought to life by an ensemble cast of both adults and kids. James Henry Trotter and his band if oversized insects will take you on a journey of pure wonder as you sail across the Atlantic Ocean in a gigantic peach.

Perfect for both kids and adults, this is a captivating tale with moments of real darkness that eventually gives way to joy and wonder.

NOTE - The part of James will be played by Archie Parker on Wed 11th April and the matinee on Sat 14th April. At all other times, the part of James will be played by Jack Jones.

Dates and times
Saturday 7 April
2pm

Saturday 7 April
7.30pm

Monday 9 April
7.30pm

Tuesday 10 April
7.30pm

Wednesday 11 April
7.30pm

Thursday 12 April
7.30pm

Friday 13 April
7.30pm

Saturday 14 April
2pm

Saturday 14 April
7.30pm

Production details
Author: Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood
Amateur production presented by arrangement with: Samuel French Ltd
Directed by: Robert Sloan
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