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The Afternoon Play: Peter Pan


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by J. M. Barrie
Music by John Crook arranged by Chris Walker
with Robert Lang as Mr Darling/Capt Hook
Joanna David as Mrs Darling
Graham McGrath as Peter Pan
Lucinda Bateson as Wendy
and Alec McCowen as J. M. Barrie
BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Chris Walker. Adapted and directed by Glynn Dearman. Stereo
(Joanna David is in Breaking the Code at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London)
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Original play by: J. M. Barrie
Music: John Crook
Arranged by: Chris Walker
Orchestra: BBC Concert Orchestra
Conducted by: Chris Walker
Director: Glyn Dearman
J. M. Barrie: Alec McCowen
Nana(a dog): Leonard Fenton
John Darling: James Trevelyan
Michael Darling: Alistair White
Liza/Tiger Lily: Natasha Pyne
Pirate: s
Smee: Ronald Herdman
Cecco: John Church
Bill Jukes: Stuart Organ
Cookson: Stephen Hattersley
Starkey: Edward de Souza
Skylights: Manning Wilson
Mullins: Gordon Reid
Noodler: Eric Stovell
Lost: Boys
Slightly: Wayne Phelan
Curly: Daniel Steel
Nibs: Craig Coughlin
First twin: Nigel Harman
Second twin: David Dawson
Tootles: Spencer Wilton

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The Afternoon Play: Peter Pan

BBC Radio 4 FM, 26 December 1986 15.00

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