Magical stunts at arena’s Peter Pan

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.

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 17th December 2013, 4:29 pm

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