Peter Pan flies in to Dubai British School with Wendy
Peter Pan and Wendy wowed primary school children, on Monday the 3rd of March two days before their show at the World Trade Center. The cast of Peter Pan Sandor Sturbl who plays Peter and Lilly-Jane Young who plays Wendy paid a flying visit to DBS. When asked about their visit to the school both Sandor (Peter) and Lilly (Wendy) said they enjoyed meeting with the children, learning about their audience, taking this with them to the show and adapting it with the essence of the children. Students Lyla and Finlay both year 4 said they were “very excited to meet both Peter Pan and Wendy, they had read the book and watched cartoons, so could not wait to see and meet them!”
Peter and Wendy did a small taster for the children of what is to come in the show; all the students were mesmerized by their performance. Head Teacher Simon Jodrell said “ The visit has inspired the children with the spirit of the story and brought it to life for our students at DBS”.
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