This February half term, why not join Wendy Darling and her brothers as they have the best adventure ever, flying off to Never Land with Peter Pan to fight fantastical pirates, chase magical mermaids, and avoid being eaten by a ferociously fearsome crocodile?
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Set in the Idyllic grounds of Anna Pavlova’s Estate, five minutes walk from Golders Green Station, the King Alfred Phoenix is a multi-purpose space offering flexible facilities for theatre, conferences, workshops and rehearsal space.
The theatre was originally built in the sixties as part of the New College of Speech and Drama and has seen performances from such luminaries as Sir Ralph Richardson, Dame Peggy Ashcroft, Peter Sellers and Dame Helen Mirren. Now fully refurbished with state of the art lighting, sound and audio-visual equipment, the Phoenix is all set to move into the future and continue to produce, startling, innovative and dynamic work.
Judith and David Bliss reside in the country with their grown up children Simon and Sorel. The family think they are a sociable bunch and each invites a guest down from London to stay for the weekend. What they have omitted to do is consult either the others or their long-suffering maid Clara. The scene is set for high drama, theatrical emotional outbursts and questionable romantic clinches. Will the unsuspecting guests survive the weekend with their sanity intact?
22 – 25 November 2018
Book tickets now: www.upstairsatthegatehouse.com/hay-fever