Playing Peter, National Theatre, London SE1 (0171-928 2252) 6pm

What's the connection between Betty Marsden, Wendy Craig and Jane Asher (above)? Could it be cookery? Betty Marsden created the deep-throated culinary hostess Daphne Whitethigh on radio's immortal Round the Horne while Wendy Craig starred as the Can't Cook, Won't Cook mother in Carla Lane's unforgettable sitcom Butterflies. As for Jane Asher, well, at a push she could give you a burst of the old song "If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake". Actually, this explanation doesn't amount to a hill of beans. The pan connection is really all about Peter. All three actresses have donned the tights and the flying harness to gender-swap as JM Barrie's hero who whisks Wendy, John and Michael off to Never Land. Catch them chewing the fat with this year's real-life boy Daniel Evans about playing one of theatre's most famous roles with other illustrious "boys" including Dorothy Tutin and Susan Hampshire.