The Secret Garden: Spring Edition is a brand new 70-minute edition of the 1991 Tony-Award- winning Broadway musical, The Secret Garden, by Marsha Norman & Lucy Simon.
Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Orphaned in India, 11 year-old Mary Lennox returns to Yorkshire to live with her embittered, reclusive Uncle Archibald and his invalid son Colin. On their estate, she discovers a locked garden filled with magic, a boy who talks to birds, and a cousin she brings back to health by putting him to work in the garden. The Secret Garden has a special place in many people’s hearts. Be it as a novel, a film, or a musical, the timeless story has a way of staying with people far beyond their exposure to it.
The Secret Garden is produced by P2P Productions.
P2P is a unique performing arts programme that has inspired and nurtured the talent of thousands of young performers over the past 30 years!
We offer a significant opportunity for the diverse new talent of all ages to develop and enrich their quality of life through the practice of performing arts.
We believe that children should be trained as professionals by professionals. Our team maintains an established link with casting directors, music producers, and talent agents across the world. We are passionate about releasing the individual skill and flair of each student in all aspects of their chosen field. Our experienced creative team provide exceptional training and are dedicated in preparing and inspiring our students at the highest level.
Last Summer P2P Productions brought the classic musical Annie back to the West End and had great success. 400 outstanding cast members wowed the audiences all summer long!
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(5mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you head left up to West Street. The theatre’s on your left past St Martin’s Theatre.