Billed as a “ground-breaking theatrical production”, Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story – World Arena Tour is looking to transport audiences to a world full of fantasy, offering a feast of dance and music.
The performance will see “Peter” elevated into the air without harnesses by a wind turbine, technology will be used for the very first time on stage, apparently allowing him to realistically fly.
Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story – World Arena Tour will be at the SECC from September 27 to 29, 2013. The show was supposed to be at The Hydro however the venue has been moved to allow Rod Stewart to officially open the new arena on September 30.
Tickets will be priced £20-£45 and will be available from www.ticketSOUP.com or by phoning 0844 395 4000.
For the show, musical director Matt Dunkley – who has worked on big-budget movies Moulin Rouge, Black Swan and Inception – will be transforming classic hits by the likes of Robbie Williams, Seal and Rod Stewart.
Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story – World Arena Tour is directed by Luc Petit, who has worked closely with Geert Allaert, who originally created the idea.
Geert said: “We have to always aim to exceed our audiences’ expectations with our shows, venues and creative approach. To achieve this we have combined artistic and creative excellence with commercial expertise.”
Though the name has yet to be revealed, producers are teasing that a well known celebrity will play Tinkerbell, the narrator of the story, for the UK leg of the tour.
Read more about the rescheduled dates and venues here.