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9 MARCH-1 JUNE 2013
JUDI DENCH (M) & BEN WHISHAW (Q) IN NEW PLAY

By: FSWL team
Published:
2013-03-09
Peter And Alice is a new play by John Logan who co-wrote Skyfall (2012) and currently writing the screenplay for Bond 24. The world premiere of the play took place on March 9, 2013, at the Noël Coward Theatre (formerly known as the Albery Theatre) in London.

Cast members include two other people involved with Skyfall, Judi Dench (who played M) and Ben Whishaw (Q).

“Of course that’s how it begins: a harmless fairy tale to pass the hours”

When Alice Liddell Hargreaves met Peter Llewelyn Davies at the opening of a Lewis Carroll exhibition in 1932, the original Alice in Wonderland came face to face with the original Peter Pan. In John Logan’s remarkable new play, enchantment and reality collide as this brief encounter lays bare the lives of these two extraordinary characters. Judi Dench and Ben Whishaw in Logan’s first new play since Red, which went on to win 6 Tony Awards in 2010.

Running Time: 90 minutes (no interval).

Please note: Latecomers will not be admitted.

Tickets range between 10 and 57.50 GBP

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Book your tickets to Peter And Alice starring Judi Dench and Ben Whishaw:
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