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10 Jul 2009

Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens



In July of this year, Kensington Gardens is hosting a new interpretation of the classic J.M. Barrie story of Peter Pan in the new state-of-the-art theatre pavilion specially commissioned for this event. Kensington Gardens and Peter Pan have a special connection as J.M. Barrie lived nearby to the gardens and a statue commemorating the story was commissioned by Sir George Frampton and erected in 1912. The aptly named Neverland Pavilion is a commemorative project which marks 100 years of the story of Peter Pan. The gardens are located in central London and nearby to lots of top attractions and to our Knightsbridge serviced apartments.

This production of Peter Pan promises to be an exciting experience and a unique opportunity to see the story come to life in the place that inspired the author, J.M. Barrie. You can also take a Royal Parks Peter Pan tour around Kensington Gardens where you can learn all about the story of J.M. Barrie and Neverland, culminating in watching the show.

Address: Neverland Pavilion,West Carriage Drive, Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA

Times: Tue-Sat 7.30pm, Tue, Thur, Sat mats 2.30pm, Sun 3pm

Price: £22.50-£47.50, under-16s 25 per cent discount (except Sat perfs)

For more information on this and more top attractions in London, see our London Guide and for information on serviced apartments, please call us on +44 843 289 8820 or e-mail us at info@check-in-london.com for rates and availability.