This summer, Kensington Gardens plays host to a unique and remarkable theatre event – a spectacular new stage production of J. M. Barrie’s classic story, performed in a specially commissioned, state-of-the-art Theatre Pavilion.
For the first time in 100 years, Peter Pan is coming home… Peter Pan comes to Kensington Gardens
About the Neverland Pavilion
A specially commissioned temporary structure in the heart of Kensington Gardens, the Neverland Pavilion will offer theatregoers a breathtaking live experience. Get Close to the Action in the Neverland Pavilion. With over 1000 seats in the round, this state-of-the-art auditorium offers unimpeded views for everyone. You’ll be able to fly with Peter to Neverland, stand on the deck of Hook’s ship, and soar high over Kensington Gardens in the heart of Edwardian London.
It Never Rains in Neverland! The Pavilion is 100% rainproof so despite those unpredictable British summers, you can be confident that the show will go on whatever the weather!
Peter Pan Kensington Gardens is suitable for children aged five and over. If you’re younger than this, you’re not going to be turned away or fed to the crocodiles. It’s up to your parents to decide if you’re mature enough to fly with Peter Pan, won’t be scared watching him fight Captain Hook, and will enjoy the whole two-hour show
To 30 August 2009.
The show has a running time of approximately two hours.
Performances are taking place on:
* Tuesday to Saturday evenings at 7.30pm
* Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday matinees at 2pm
* Sundays at 3pm
Under 16s get 25% off all ticket prices, apart from Saturday performances.
Getting to the Neverland Pavilion
The Neverland Pavilion is situated in the north west section of London’s Kensington Park Gardens. Click on the map on the right to see the exact location. The purpose-built pavilion sits between the Long Water of the Serpentine and West Carriage Drive.
* Lancaster Gate and Queensway (on the Central line)
* Bayswater (on the District line)
* Hyde Park Corner (on the Piccadilly line)
* High Street Kensington (on the Circle and District lines)
* 9 Aldwych to Hammersmith
* 10 Hammersmith to Kings Cross
* 27 Chalk Farm to Turnham Green
* 28 Harrow Road (Prince of Wales) to Wandsworth
* 31 Notting Hill Gate to Camden Town
* 49 Shepherd’s Bush to Wandsworth
* 52 Victoria to Willesden
* 70 South Kensington to Acton
* 94 Piccadilly Circus to Acton Green
* 148 Victoria to Shepherd’s Bush
* 274 Angel Islington to Lancaster Gate
* 360 Elephant and Castle to Royal Albert Hall
* 390 Notting Hill Gate to Archway
* Paddington Station
* Victoria Station
From these stations, you can either get a bus or the Tube to Kensington Gardens.
There are several signposted cycle routes to Kensington Gardens from other London landmarks.
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