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Twin Productions bring the magic of Peter Pan to Town Hall

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A regular highlight of the Town Hall’s August programme is Twin Productions’ summer musical, and next week sees Seán and Brian Powers’ company stage Piers Chater Robinson’s captivating musical version of Peter Pan, running from Wednesday August 21 to Sunday August 25.

Peter Pan to fly into the Town Hall

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PETER PAN, the boy who is determined never to grow up, will take centre stage in Galway when Twin Production’s bring Peter Pan - The Musical to the Town Hall Theatre this month.

Get involved in Peter Pan - The Musical

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PETER PAN - The Musical will be this year's summer production from Galway's award winning Twin Productions, which will run in the Town Hall theatre from August 22 to 26.

See Peter Pan live @ The Eye

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WHEN PETER Pan, leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow, headstrong Wendy helps him reattach it. In return, she is invited to Neverland, where Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the vengeful Captain Hook await.

Ice stars sweeping into town for magical Peter Pan adventure

The Royal Theatre is set to be transformed into a magical world of Neverland, pirates, Peter Pan and Captain Hook, all brought to life on ice next week, by a troupe of world famous skaters.

The timeless magic of Peter Pan

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THE CLASSIC Broadway musical Peter Pan is set to light up the Town Hall Theatre ’s August programme and captivate Galway audiences in a new staging from Twin Productions.

Peter Pan sa Taibhdhearc

GALWAY CHILDREN can get ready to fly to Never Never Land in the company of Peter Pan, the boy who never wants to grow up.

Do you want to take part in Peter Pan?

ANYONE WHO would like to be involved in the upcoming musical production of Peter Pan can enrol in Days Hotel, Dublin Road, Mervue, on Saturday.

Peter Pan to play flying visit to Town Hall

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PETER PAN, the boy who would never grow up and who could fly, has enchanted audiences since JM Barrie introduced him to readers and theatre goers in the early 1900s.

 

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