A Tom Penn and Battersea Arts Centre Co-Production
30 March – 1 April
10am, 11:15am, 12:45pm (daily)
The Redwell Centre, Matson
Tickets are available for the following accessible performances:
Sensory access needs
Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD)
Neverland was originally created for children aged 1-3 years but is particularly accessible for older children with sensory impairments and those with profound and multiple learning disabilities. (Tickets are free to these accessible performances, supported generously by Barnwood Trust)
Let’s go on a journey.
Let’s sail through the sky and dive deep beneath the ocean.
Let’s go together.
Step into a tented den and discover a magical world to explore and play in.
Inspired by J.M. Barrie’s Neverland in Peter Pan, this immersive new show for children aged 1-3 uses beautiful 360 video projections, original music and performance to tell the story of a child’s imagination.
Neverland encourages play and creativity between children and their grown-ups. Join us and let your imagination soar.
★★★★★ The Stage – ‘it is heartening to see baby theatre created with such care, forethought and rigour’
Time Out – ‘Charming immersive show for toddlers’
Mummy in the City –‘It was different from anything else we’ve experienced together before […] a unique theatrical experience for toddlers’
Directed by Tom Penn
Designed by Rhys Jarman
Associate Designer Verity Sadler
Projection Design by Will Duke
Music by Charlie Penn
Made with and performed by Eugénie Pastor and Sachi Kimura
Supported by Arts Council England and Wandsworth Council
Suitability: This show has been made for adult/child pairs and *each £5 ticket admits one adult and one 1-3 year old.
Run time: 30 -40 mins
Please note, we are unable to accommodate wheelchairs in performances except our Sat 1 April 12:45pm performance, where the space will be adapted especially for access requirements.