"It does still have the big battles, so Peter versus Hook, the pirate ship at the end and all of the Lost Boys, but each of the iconic moments have a new twist.
"It's new exciting times. It's nice and modern and nice and funny."
Making her RSC debut is Fiona Button as Wendy Darling, while Sam Swann is the boy that never grows old, and Guy Henry (surgeon Henrik Hanssen in TV's Holby City) takes on the dastardly role of Captain Hook.
The RSC won plaudits for its revitalisation of children's tale Matilda, so it is with keen anticipation that theatre fans look forward to the special effects, script and choreography in this latest production.
With snowfall, characters flying overhead and other tricks up their sleeve, this show is being billed for children from ages seven upwards.
Wendy and Peter Pan
Tickets cost from £17 from the RSC Box Office on 0844 800 1110 or at www.rsc.org.uk.
The Big Reunion Christmas Party
This bumper concert gives pop fans the chance to relive the 1990s with bands 5ive, Atomic Kitten, B*Witched, Liberty X, 911 and the Honeyz.