Can You Find Neverland? (Sensory theatre video from Head2Head Theatre)

Head2Head Sensory Theatre

Only £10 (Includes p&p and USB dongle)

New family adventure game to suit children and young people of all abilities

…Where the mermaid’s splash, the fairies giggle and Peter and the lost boys go on daring adventures!  Head2Head is bringing you a brand new, interactive adventure game to play in your own home, where you and your family become characters in the world of Peter Pan.  Together you will solve puzzles and riddles and carry out tasks in different parts of Neverland so you can return safely home after a magical adventure.

The game is multi-layered to suit a wide range of abilities. It comes in the form of a printable PDF booklet which will act as the guide for your journey: it has things to cut out / colour-in, as well as suggestions of household objects to find and use throughout the experience. This is paired with a YouTube play-list on our channel, including crafting instructions, songs and some of your favourite characters.

“A great game that we’ll definitely play again. Would also work well as a party/ play date/ sensory session for a group of friends or a school.” [Parent]


Only £10 (Includes p&p and USB dongle)

The game will be sent to the address on your Paypal account. If you want the film sent to a different address please email


Who to contact

Contact Name
Anni Rhodes Steere
Contact Position
01372278021 01372278021
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Where to go

Online video
KT21 1DD
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£10  Per session


Age Ranges
5+ years
Referral required

Additional Information

Providing services to
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
Disabled children/young people
Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Vision impairment
Learning difficulty
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment


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