Peter Panto

A pantomime by Peter Webster
Thursday 26 January 1995 - Saturday 28 January 1995
& Thursday 2 February 1995 - Saturday 4 February 1995
Faringdon Community Theatre, The Pump House, 5 Market Place, Faringdon
Directed by Carole Tappenden & Pauline Durham
Musical Director: Debra Warner

Performances start 7:30 pm. Doors open 30 minutes earlier.
Tickets were available from Breath of Spring (florist), 4a Market Place, Faringdon.

Musical director: Debra Warner
Choreography by Debbie Lock and Carolyn Taylor

Peter Panto 1995 6Written by FDS member Peter Webster and adapted from J M Barrie it tells of the timeless adventures of Peter, Wendy, Captain Hook and the rest with the addition of songs, spectacle and lots of audience participation. The journey through Never Land to the Lost Boys’ island and the Mermaid Lagoon will fascinate young and old as Peter, Tinkerbell and the Darling children battle with the evil Hook and his henchman Smee, while avoiding the terrible fate of the crocodile who lies in wait!

To read more or purchase the script visit the website.

A new era begins! During this pantomime in 1995 relations with the management of the community centre finally broke down such that we became financially independent but homeless again. Read more… History of FDS.

Peter Panto 1995 2

Chris Dudley; Dave Headey; Mike Durham; Walther Schoonenberg; Kate Peer

Peter Panto 1995 1

Helen Barter; Clare Green

Peter Panto 1995 3

Helen Barter; Kate Peer

Peter Panto 1995 4

Chris Dudley as Captain Hook

Peter Panto 1995 5

Dave Headey; Mike Durham; Kate Peer; Walther Schoonenberg

Photographs by kind permission of Ian Smith (founder of the ‘Faringdon Folly’ newspaper)

Cast (in order of appearance):

Mrs Darling - Lucy Walden
Michael - Christopher Boobyer
John - Russell Davies
Wendy - Clare Green
Nana - Naomi Bullock
Mr. Darling - Simon Wisbey
Peter Pan - Helen Barter
Tinkerbell - Kate Peer
Captain Hook - Chris Dudley
Crocodile - Jo Webster
Pirates: Smee - Adrian Wells
Starkey - Dave Headey
Mullins - Mike Durham
Jukes - Walther Schoonenberg
Cookson - Roger Leitch
Cecco - Debbie Lock
Lost boys: Slightly - Shachar Ben-David
Nibs - James Barter
First Twin - Simon Anderson
Second Twin - Paul Summerfield
Tootles - Matthew Wisbey
Curly - Ben Stone
Time Warp Dancers & Mermaids - Naomi Bullock; Emily Burn; Laura Carter; Sarah Jane Cooper; Kirsty Hatton; Sam Hunt; Laura Huzzey; Sarah Lockley; Lisa Mayall; Lindsay Rackham; Christina Willett
Lost Boys - John Chater; Hughie Coles; Crispin Iremonger; Ben Lane; Luke Marshall
Animals - John Chater; Larabeth Gerry; Sarah McDougall
Flowers / Toys / Pirates - Naomi Bullock; Emily Burn; Lucy Cannon; Larabeth Gerry; Poppy Lane; Jessica Lee; Sarah McDougall; Emily Payn; Laura Reeves
Orchestra - Joyce Carter; Jim Horton; Ben Probert; Julian Probert; Annie Taylor; Debra Warner; Emma Warner

See programme for further details.

Production No.117 (6 shows were performed over 6 days)