Magical stunts at arena’s Peter Pan

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Pyrotechnics, death-defying stunts and flying without wires are just some of the magical effects that will wow arena audiences this Christmas as Peter Pan flies in.

Peter Pan: The Never Ending Story is no panto but an arena spectacular that is calling at the Capital FM Arena Nottingham this weekend as part of a nationwide tour.

The tour kicked off in Birmingham last week, with a full house watching the classic J.M Barrie tale unfold on-stage.

Stacey Solomon’s Tinker Bell receiving a rapturous welcome as she burst on to stage in a shower of fireworks.

The audience was immersed in the high octane fusion of magic, unrelenting entertainment and impressive stunts, which include never-before-seen flying without wires - done with the help of a colossal 250km/hour wind turbine.

Adults and children alike found themselves whisked away to Neverland, flying alongside Peter Pan, adventuring with Lost Boys, face-to-face with pirates and hand-in-hand with Tinkerbell.

The show arrives in Nottingham on Sunday and Monday with performances at 3pm and 7pm on Sunday and at 3pm on Monday.

Tickets are priced between £20 and £74 each and available from www.capitalfmarena.com.