The boy who never grew up will take to the air at Melton Theatre as Trevonne Stage School hold their latest production this weekend.
Trevonne’s musical theatre group Bright Sparks will tread the boards in two performances of Hooked on Peter Pan on Sunday.
The musical performance is inspired by the individual stories of Peter Pan and Hook, and links these two stories together – telling the tale of Peter Pan from a Lost Boy through to an adult.
Teacher Zoe Elliott said: “There are many different acting, movement and musical elements in Hooked on Peter Pan, along with the use of technology in creating a flying scene.
“All members of the cast have worked incredibly hard in rehearsals over the last three months and are very much looking forward to performing an exciting piece for all the family to enjoy.”
The role of Peter Pan is shared by Hannah Rodenby and Simon Curley to show how he grows up and makes the transition to adulthood.
Other key roles are played by Rachel Hall as Tinkerbell, Amy Lawless as Smee, and Stuart Scarborough as Captain Hook.
The main roles are well supported by additional characters and a strong chorus group whose ages range from five to 20.
The show features songs from a wide range of well-known musicals which have been selected to help to tell the story.
There are performances at 2pm and 6pm and advance tickets are available from the Melton Theatre box office on (01664) 851111 and www.meltontheatre.co.uk, or on the door.
Tickets cost £10 or £8 concessions.