Published: 14:00, 26 February 2014
| Updated: 14:21, 26 February 2014
British comic legend Bobby Davro will be appearing in a Chatham theatre production about the boy who never grows up.
Disney’s Lloyd Warbey, who presents Art Attack, will be playing Peter Pan in a touring pantomime production
With a bit of pixie dust the show will be flying into Chatham’s Central Theatre over Easter, between April 26 and April 27.
Playing the much loved and clumsy Smee, Bobby Davro promises to provide the laughs while Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer plays motherly Wendy Darling.
Producer of the Enchanted Entertainment Easter extravaganza, Jezz Weatherall, said: “We’re really looking forward to returning to Chatham at the end of April with this fantastic show.
"It’s got a great cast of TV stars and an amazing Live Band. We know how popular The Wizard of Oz and Rapunzel have been previously at The Central Theatre and we’re going to give audiences another quality family event this year.”
Flying special effects, elaborate sets and high-octane dance routines and popular songs make this one for all the family.
Director Guy Pascall added: “It’s going to be great fun. Peter Pan is the most magical pantomime of them all and ever since Disney sprinkled their magic touch on the story it’s become a firm favourite with audiences.
The story has such wonderful characters, such as Tinker Bell, Nana the dog, Captain Hook, Tiger Lily, Pirates, Indians; it really has something for everyone.”
Tickets cost between £16.50 - £18.50, to book call The Central Theatre Box Office on 01634 338338 or book online at www.medwayticketslive.co.uk.
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