Sally Cookson’s acclaimed production of Peter Pan at the Troubadour White City Theatre will close almost two months earlier than planned, producers have announced.
Despite favourable reviews, the production, which began performances at the west London theatre on 20 July 2019 will have played for six of the scheduled 14-weeks when it closes on 1 September 2019. It had been due to play until 27 October 2019.
Cookson’s devised adaptation of the JM Barrie novel previously ran at the National Theatre and was received with widespread acclaim at the National and also at the west London venue. The production is produced by the National Theatre, BOS Productions and Runaway Entertainment.
Peter Pan in the in the inaugural show to play at Troubadour White City, one of two new theatres that were launched last month by the team behind the King’s Cross Theatre.
The White City venue is situated on part of the former BBC Media Village, while the second theatre, Troubadour Wembley Park, is located in the former Fountain television studios.
A statement announcing its early closure said any customers holding tickets for scheduled performances after 1 September 2019 should contact their ticket provider for a refund or credit.
Peter Pan in booking until 1 September 2019 at Troubadour White City Theatre, London.