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Peter Pan continues a festive battle!
Last minute rehearsals!
Cornwall's Gill Greenacre in final rehearsals this week for Peter Pan which starts on Saturday!

It's panto season once again and here at the BBC Cornwall website we love the festive spirit these shows bring - oh yes we do!

We're offering another family ticket for you to see Peter Pan at the HfC in 2005!

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Peter Pan is one of the greatest and most loved classic stories of all time and a brand new version has come flying into Cornwall for the Christmas panto season.

In a sparkling new version written especially for Hall for Cornwall and 'tweaked' into a pantomime by Richard Gauntlett, Peter Pan (played by Cornish based actress and star of The Brittas Empire) Jill Greenacre will be engaging in a fight to the death with the fearsome Captain Hook played by former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan.

Gill Greenacre
Gill in costume as Peter Pan

Joining them on this magical adventure will be Cornwall favourites Butler and Brown, as Smee, the bumbling pirate, and Dame Delia, the pirate's chief cook and bottlewasher.

There is plenty to hiss, boo and cheer, with all the fun of pantomime.

The daft Dame, the knockabout nasty pirates ... not forgetting Nana the Dog, Claude the tick-tocking Crocodile, the magical fairy Tinkerbell, Tiger Lily the Indian Princess and a gang of lost boys ... and girls!

With stunning sets and costumes and spectacular flying effects right over the heads of the audience, this promises to be the most fun-packed adventure ever seen in Truro.

Peter Pan - Essential Information

Dates: Saturday, December 11, 2004 7.00pm - Sunday, January 09, 2005 7.00pm

Matinee: Saturday 11th December to Sunday 9th January : 2pm

Excluding Days: Sunday 12th, Sunday 19th, Saturday 25th, Friday 31st December, and Thursday 6th January.
Mon 13th & Fri 17th December: no 2pm performance
Fri 24th December: no 7pm performance

Audio Described
Thursday 30th December 2004 / 2pm
Tuesday 4th January 2005 / 7pm

Signed
Sunday 2nd December 2005 / 2pm
Friday 7th January 2005 / 7pm

Tickets: £14.75, £12.50
Concessions: £12.75, £10.50

Family Pack (4 people min 2 children) : £45, £40

Children Parties of 21 or more children : £8 each

Groups : Buy 10 get 11th free


Peter Pan - Family Competition

Now why not try and win another family ticket (two adults and two children or one adult and three children) by answering the following:

Which TV show is Peter Duncan best known for:

a) Jackanory
b) Rentaghost
c) Blue Peter

Fill in the form below including a daytime phone number.

Please only enter if you're able to attend the performance as there is no alternative prize.

The family ticket is valid only for the Sunday 2nd January performance at 7pm.

We will ring the winner on Thursday 30th December after midday when the competition has ended.

Closing date: Midday on Thursday 30th December.


ENTRY FORM
Forms must be received by midday, 30th December 2004. Entrants can be of any age but must have permission of a parent if under the age of 16. Please read the rest of the competition rules before you enter.
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