A still from the National Theatre production of Peter Pan. The filmed version of the live show will be at the Midway Community Centre Oct. 21. (Submitted)

Midway Community Association to show Peter Pan

London’s National Theatre film of Peter Pan will be showing next week.

John Hibberson, Submitted to the Boundary Creek Times

In an effort to bring always-interesting and fun entertainment to the West Boundary, the Midway Community Association is pleased to annouce it will be showing the film version of London’s National Theatre’s production of Peter Pan.

The classic story by J.M. Barrie has been lovingly captured on film, bringing you the magic of an actual live performance. It also saves you the ton of money you’d have to spend flying to Britain to experience it there.

You know the story: “When Peter Pan, leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow, headstrong Wendy helps him re-attach it. In return, she is invited to Neverland where Tinker Bell the fairy, Tiger Lily and the vengeful Captain Hook await.” Magic, music and mayhem follow.

Kids and adults of all ages will love this show!

The MCA will have their 18-foot screen set up and waiting for you and yours in the Midway Community Hall. Come, join them on a trip to Neverland on Saturday, Oct. 21. They’ve scheduled two showtimes, one each at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Seating is limited to around 80 people per show, but because, if you’re a wee one, you probably want to see an afternoon show, and if you’re older, or you just want to experience the trip twice in one day, there’s an evening show.

Tickets are all at the door and are $6 for children and $10 for adults.

Just to make your viewing pleasure even better, the MCA is tossing in free popcorn and lemonade.

They hope, just like Mickey Mouse once said, to “See you real soon!”

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