PETER PAN – An Awfully BIG Arena Adventure announced extra shows
November 14, 2017  //  By:   //  News  //  Comments are off

Due to huge demand for tickets, the World’s Biggest Pantomime is delighted to announce additional shows in Birmingham and London for PETER PAN – An Awfully BIG Arena Adventure, a stunning new spectacular super-sized Christmas show. The new shows are at 11am on Saturday 23 December at the Arena Birmingham and 11am on Saturday 30 December at The SSE Arena, Wembley.

These extra performances are in addition to the seven existing performances at the Arena Birmingham from 20 to 24 December, and four performances at The SSE Arena, Wembley on 29 and 30 December. Tickets for the new shows are available by pre-sale Wednesday 15 November and on general sale Friday 17 November. Tickets are selling fast – book now!

PETER PAN – An Awfully BIG Arena Adventure stars Bradley Walsh as Mr Smee, Martin Kemp as Captain Hook and Matt Knight as Peter Pan.

Bradley said: “I’m so excited to be appearing in PETER PAN. It really is an extraordinary production, the like of which has never been seen before! It has a life-size galleon, a 25 foot crocodile, plus a cast of over 100! It’s a big, bold arena extravaganza and a festive treat with something for everyone.”

J.M. Barrie’s original story and characters will be brought to life in PETER PAN – An Awfully BIG Arena Adventure, by a cast of over 100 performers, including a thrilling team of BMX riders, stuntmen and trapeze artists, along with a seven metre long animatronic crocodile!

This amazing new show will be performed across three arena stages on a stunning movie-style Neverland set. The Jolly Roger Galleon will sail around the arena in front of a 10,000-gallon water wall. From any position in the audience, you are close to the action, with a giant 60 feet-wide LED screen, computer graphic imagery and a live close-up TV-relay ensuring never a moment is missed.

PETER PAN – An Awfully BIG Arena Adventure is directed by Jon Conway, designed by Wellington Scenic, with lighting design by Jamie Corbidge and sound design by Dave Shepherd, and is presented by arrangement with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity & Samuel French Ltd.