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Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer's Easter Peter Pan show

By Angela Cole

You can fly high for the Easter holidays along with Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer this weekend as Peter Pan drops in.

The Easter show, which will run at the Central Theatre in Chatham on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7, stars Dani as Wendy and comedy star Bobby Davro as Smee, along with Disney Art Attack’s Lloyd Warbey as Peter Pan.

Peter Pan’s adventures with Wendy sees them fly off to Neverland and meet some fantastical characters along the way - Tinker Bell, the Lost Children, Tiger Lily, Nana the dog, Pirates, Smee and Captain Hook.

Dani Harmer will play Wendy in Peter Pan in Chatham
Dani Harmer will play Wendy in Peter Pan in Chatham

The show comes from the same team behind previous Easter productions The Wizard of Oz and Beauty and the Beast and features an all-star cast with energetic dance routines, music and laughs.

Speaking of her character, Dani, who starred on TV as Tracy Beaker, and has since appeared in the Rocky Horror Picture Show and in panto in Tunbridge Wells, said: “She’s sweet and sensible but I do still get to fly.

Dani Harmer is set to fly in for Peter Pan at the Central Theatre in Chatham
Dani Harmer is set to fly in for Peter Pan at the Central Theatre in Chatham

“It’s not scary because I’ve been doing it for ages but the biggest challenge is to make it look effortless, it’s actually really uncomfortable. We’ve got singing, dancing and lots of comedy with Bobby Davro.”

DETAILS

Peter Pan presented by Enchanted Entertainment is at the Central Theatre, Chatham on Saturday, April 6 at 3pm and 7pm, and on Sunday, April 7 at 1pm and 5pm. To book tickets go to tickets.medway.gov.uk

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