The country's in turmoil, the spring is sprung, there's about to be a coup, a woman has been found murdered, her unborn child stolen from her womb, things can't get any worse; wait until Peter Pan turns up. Peter Panic exposes the devilish side of J.M. Barrie's eternal child making the audience recoil in fascination as they are asked whether child monsters are essential for sociological function. Peter Panic is a deliciously frightening, dangerously familiar, dystopian world of tomorrow.
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