[KINDLE] ❄ Wendy & Peter Pan ❦ Ella Hickson – Ebats.us

Wendy & Peter Pan 1908 Wendy Darling And Her Brothers Sleep Peacefully In The Bedroom, As Their Parents Bicker Downstairs In A Sudden Flurry, Their Window Blows Open, And Into Their Lives Tumbles A Mischievous Boy Called Peter, Followed By A Very Fractious Fairy By The Name Of Tink.With The Aid Of A Little Fairy Dust, Wendy Sees Promise Of An Awfully Big Adventure.

[KINDLE] ❄ Wendy & Peter Pan  ❦ Ella  Hickson – Ebats.us
  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • Wendy & Peter Pan
  • Ella Hickson
  • 20 December 2018
  • 9781848425262

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❄ Wendy & Peter Pan ❦ Ella Hickson – Ebats.us


  1. says:

    I loved this play I m really hoping to see it at the RSC this Winter when they revive it Ella Hickson has beautifully added her own spin of Peter Pan Wendy in giving Wendy and the female characters their time to shine and portraying her interpretation of what Neverland and the Lost Boys really are which I found pretty ingenious All of her edits and adaptions to the plot felt very natural and didn t feel out of place with the iconic moments from the original stor...


  2. says:

    I think that there is plenty of space in the world for this play even if it s not my cup of tea This is my third Wendy centric Pan this year and I just prefer texts that rely on the original because really all the Wendy stuff you need is right there, no adaptation necessary, particularly if you re going with a female Hook the only option in my eyes I prefer my Pans a little less shallow, a little le...


  3. says:

    This incarnation of Peter Pan is fresh and new and puts the female characters front and centre which was nice to see.


  4. says:

    Although I haven t read the play yet I have seen it Twice It is funny, heartwarming and has badass female leads all in all an amazing, original retelling of this classic.


  5. says:

    Saw this production at the RSC in Jan 2014 in Stratford Upon Avon Absoulty brilliant made basically the whole audience of all ages cry with the secret


  6. says:

    Just brillant


  7. says:

    I saw this stage adaptation last year and adored it I love the changes like the different interpretation of the story and it just reading this just reminded me of how much I loved it.

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