Peter Pan

“…a million miles from the tired spectacle we used to see in the West End. Never-never land, the creation of John Napier, is a seething, semi-surreal adventure playground filled with cacti, toadstools, mountainous crags, weeping willows and red-eyed wolves. Death is omnipresent: the rock on which Peter nearly expires in the mermaids lagoon is a giant cranium, and Hook's bow-windowed galleon is adorned with sinister black skulls handy for moments of Shakespearean soliloquy.”

Michael Billington, The Guardian

18th December 1997