Peter Pan - The Never Ending Story to land in the UK for summer 2013 arena tour
High-flying hi-tech fantasy spectacular to feature acrobatics and classic soundtrack, tickets on sale now
Hands up who never wants to grow up? At some point, we've probably all wished that time would either stand still or that our childhood could last forever. No doubt about it - adulthood sucks when the bills come pouring in.
Perhaps this may explain the attraction of the story of Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up. Created by Scottish novelist M. Barrie at the beginning of the 20th-century and the inspiration behind numerous productions such as the renowned animated film by Disney, a silent film in the '20s, a play, a ride attraction at Disneyworld, musicals and blockbuster films, as well as the late Michael Jackson's home, Peter Pan is a character that everyone can identify with in some way.
Currently touring northern Europe is another Peter Pan-inspired stage production that is set to blow all other previous shows out of the water. Peter Pan The Never Ending Story is a musical with a difference and utilises state-of-the-art technology, digital imaging and live action, the like of which hasn't been seen before (unless you're starring in it!).
Presented on a huge scale in arena-sized venues, the humble tale of the ageless boy who can take to the air without wings and, in the case of this show, minus wires, Peter Pan The Never Ending Story Arena Tour is a colourful, acrobatic, dramatic, explosive and spellbinding family spectacular that truly lives up to its billing. Songs include "Angels", "You Raise Me Up", "Wild Boys", "Nessun Dorma" and many more epic favourites.
The UK leg of the tour will call at the Manchester Arena from 16th to 18th August 2013, followed by Wembley Arena 21st - 26th August, Nottingham's Capital FM Arena 13th - 15th September, Birmingham's NIA 20th - 22nd and Glasgow's Hydro 27th - 29th.
We have tickets to the Wembley and Manchester shows now, priced from £18 up to £45 depending on seat. We can guarantee that these shows will sell-out pretty quickly.
The entire UK arena tour has been rescheduled from summer to winter, with brand new dates being added at Leeds' First Direct Arena. Existing ticket-holders will be able to exchange their tickets for new dates as of 30th July.