Peter Pan flies into Reserve

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Want to learn to fly like Peter Pan and the Lost Boys? Get on your skateboard and roll down to Brockholes this Sunday.

Heartbreak Productions will perform the outdoor adaptation of the children’s classic on a skateboard park set at the Preston nature reserve.

It will be the second open-air play at the Lancashire Wildlife Trust nature reserve in a week, and begins at 5pm on Sunday, August 24.

Heartbreak has promised to present a Peter Pan with an exciting twist – but expect Tinkerbell, and Captain Hook to make an appearance along the way.

It will be an opportunity for families to let their imaginations fly, as Peter Pan author JM Barrie said: “The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” 

Guests are welcome to bring a picnic, while earlier in the day there will be wand making sessions ready for the performance (1.30-4pm, £1).

Pre-booking is essential. This is an outdoor performance so visitors should come prepared for all weathers. Car parking is included in the price of the ticket.

Tickets cost £13.50 for adults, £9 for children and there is a family ticket (two adults and two children £39.

Car parking is included in ticket prices and we ask that you please bring your own seating.

To book call 01772 872000 now.