Why The Lost Boys?

The Lost Boys believe that the arts have an important role to play in society;  as tools of education, entertainment and ultimately, improving peoples lives.

Inspired by the writing of author and dramatist J.M Barrie, The Lost Boys live in Never Land in a state of perpetual childhood going on great adventures every day led by Peter Pan. They face off against pirates, rescue princesses and swim with mermaids. Pan and the Lost Boys occasionally interact with normal people and it is said that they do this  when they need to help them.

JM Barrie left the rights to his Peter Pan to the Great Ormond Street Hospital, so even to this day his works are helping others.

That is, Why The Lost Boys. They were written by a great dramatist and performed on stage, they have lively imaginations and retain their childhood sense of adventure by going on regular quests and escapades and they help those in need.


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