Pop to Westbury Arts Centre this Easter Saturday (March 26) and you'll find a cracking display, and more than a few familiar faces to greet you.
In 2015, the centre's Madhatter's Tea Party was terrific, and the artsy-assembly at the fetching centre are doing what they do best again this year – and letting their creativity run free.
They have teamed up with students from Arts1 School of Performance to bring Peter Pan to the area!
The boy who never grows up will be flying in for the event, and he won't be alone – the Darling Children, Tinkerbell, some of the lost boys and Captain Hook will be with him.
Oh, and where Hook goes, a crew of pirates usually follows close behind...
The scene will be set too, as the Darling's Bedroom and the Lost Boys Den will be recreated for visitors to engage with.
Throughout the event – which will run between 11.30am and 4.30pm – scenes from Peter Pan will be reenacted in the house and in the impressive gardens, and a treasure hunt will take attentions.
Various other activities will be dotted about, and with so much to do, you might be in need of a little refreshment.
Pop to the bar and have those thirsts quenched.
Entry is free, but organisers are asking for a little donation of around £2 per adult to ensure that events like this one continue moving forward.
The Westbury doesn't receive any regular funding, so a thumbs-up to the Community Foundation, who are helping to make this weekend's bash a reality.
Along with all the fun, the Westbury should perhaps include a warning for visitors this weekend, though – after all anyone who knows the story of Peter Pan knows that a crocodile gets a bit snappy...