GET into the Christmas spirit with the Kingsclere Players production of Peter Pan the Pantomime, which will take you on a comedy adventure.

The Kingsclere Players, in partnership with the Kingsclere Community Association, is bringing Neverland to the village.

This Peter Pan pantomime adventure, written by Alex Jackson, is sure to shiver audiences’ timbers and take you on a comedy adventure you’ll never land from.

With a little help from Tinkerbell’s fairy dust, a flight via the second star on the right whisks the cast and audiences away to Neverland where they meet a host of colourful characters; the first Neverland Girl Guides, mermaids, lost boys, pirates and even a crocodile.

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Basingstoke Gazette: The Kingsclere Players will perform Peter Pan the PantomimeThis high-flying pantomime will also take you on a trip of a lifetime from the London skyline to the deck of the Jolly Roger, the Girl Guides’ encampment, the lost boys' hideout and the mermaid’s lagoon.

Captain Hook is being played by Keith Bennett, while Charlie Henkey takes on the role of Tinkerbell and Peter Pan will be played by Jessica Cracker.

The Darling children are played by Bella Bruce, Abbey Fleming and Sol Watters.

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All shows are all-age appropriate. Tickets must be purchased in advance, but be quick as there are only a limited number of tickets left.

The show starts on Friday, November 24, at the Fieldgate Centre, in Field Gate Drive, Kingsclere, at 7.30pm. More performances will take place on Saturday, November 25 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm; Sunday, November 26 at 2.30pm; and Saturday, December at 11am. The performances on Saturday, December 2 and Sunday, December 3 at 2.30pm are sold out.

The show on Saturday, December 2 at 11am is a special morning show for children and their families with VIP guests from Swings and Smiles. Following the show, children will have the chance to meet the cast of Peter Pan and take photos with their favourite characters.

To book tickets, go to or through the Fieldgate Centre.