PETER Pan may have spent his never-ending childhood on the island of Neverland.
But theatrical people at Oscars College of Performance Arts in Huddersfield need a Neverland of their own.
The stage school is searching for somewhere to build a set of the island for its forthcoming play.
The group has quickly grown out of space at its Fitzwilliam Street base and is appealing for help.
Its principal, Paula Danholm, said: “Everything is in place, the cast is in full rehearsal the flying rig has been booked and the set has been designed.
“There is only one snag; we have nowhere to build our set.
Ms Danholm added: “We are looking for some kind person in the area who has a large garage or old warehouse or something similar who would be prepared to loan out the space for us.”
Oscars is hoping that someone will be kind enough to give the space for free or at a reduced cost as it is a self-funding stage school.
In return, organisers will invite the person to a gala charity evening on September 19 in aid of London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital for children.
The hospital owned the rights to Peter Pan and had strong links to the story’s creator, author JM Barrie.
Oscars will stage Peter Pan the musical at the Halifax Playhouse from Tuesday, September 16, to Saturday, September 20.
If you can help Oscars in its search for somewhere to build its set contact Ms Danholm on 01484 545519.