Do you believe in fairies?
To commemorate and celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Sefton Park Peter Pan statue, the Palm House welcome people of all ages to a spectacular night of open air theatre, which promises to be a whimsical display of acting, dance and drama. The bronze statue, which was made by Sir George Frampton, was originally given as a gift to Liverpool’s children by George Audley and has stood in Sefton Park since 1928.
Come dressed as your favourite character from Peter Pan and enjoy interactive open air theatre full of twists, turns and delights. Bring a picnic and a blanket and find yourself a space to enjoy the magic as dedicated actors dance you away to Never Never Land, all while the ‘Lost Boys’ bring you a special gift to mark the occasion. By the time you leave you will definitely believe in magic.
Tickets £10 adult / £5 child. Gates open at 18:00 for a 19:00 start.