Peter Pan

Popular show Peter Pan was put on by students from Nailsea School.

Popular show Peter Pan was put on by students from Nailsea School. - Credit: Archant

AUDIENCES were transported to Neverland in Nailsea School’s production of Peter Pan.

Members of the cast of Peter Pan at Nailsea School.

Members of the cast of Peter Pan at Nailsea School. - Credit: Archant

Mermaids, Indians, pirates and lost boys filled the stage as more than 100 students, ranging from year seven to 13, got involved in the show on stage, behind the scenes or playing instruments in the orchestra.

Headteacher Chris Wade, who shared the role of Mr Darling with media technician Thom Vickers, said: “It was a huge privilege to be involved.

“Having watched school shows for years it was fascinating to see things from the other side of the curtain and to see just how hard everyone worked.”


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