Boy who never grew up takes centre stage in St Anthony’s Centre

Dylan Breen as Peter Pan and Ethan Haddock as Captain Hook.
Dylan Breen as Peter Pan and Ethan Haddock as Captain Hook.

Moyraverty Arts and Drama Society Juniors take to the stage this weekend with their production of Peter Pan in St Anthony’s Centre in Craigavon.

The production will be performend four times this weekend so there’s no excuse to miss it.

Peter Pan opens this Friday at 7.30pm and continues on Saturday with a matinee performance at 3pm.

The last two performances will be on Sunday with a 2.30pm start and the production comes to an end on Sunday evening with a 6.30pm show.

The cast of 48 come from Lurgan, Brownlow, Portadown and the surrounding districts.

They have been working hard over the last few weeks to ensure that the show is ready to perform to the usual MADS high standards.

Dylan Breen will star as Peter Pan with Lurgan girl Caitlin Seeley performing as Wendy Darling.

Lismore pupil Ethan Haddock from Bleary will perform as Captain Hook.

Lurgan girls and Tannaghmore Primary School pupils Sophie Doyle will perform as Tinkerbell, Roisin Mulligan as John Darling and Emma Scullion as Tiger Lily.

The show is suitable for all ages.

Admission is £5 for all performances.

You can purchase tickets from St Anthony’s Centre or Print Business Supplies, Market Street, Lurgan or just come along and pay at the door and be allocated a seat on arrival.