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Important notice – Eventim Apollo will only admit children 3 and older, and each child will need their own ticket.
Eventim Apollo 45 Queen Caroline St,London,W6 9QH
This big budget extravaganza adaptation of J.M Barrie’s much-loved tale Peter Pan promises a spectacular spin on the timeless classic adventure.
Following the success of ELF: THE MUSICAL arena tour last year, the same production team headed by the maestro producer Jon Conway are at the helm of a “supersize spectacle” with awe-inspiring special effects and lots of fun.
Boy George says: “I’m really looking forward to playing Captain Hook and showing off my evil side! I make my first entrance on a life size galleon that sails around the stage in front of an amazing water-wall fountain. Although the show has traditional pantomime elements, it is so much more, being a mix of cirque and spectacular event … and I get a chance to fight a giant animatronic crocodile. What’s not to like?”
The show will bring Hollywood glamour by featuring the stage debut of Dorit Kemsley playing the mermaid. Known across the globe from the celebrated ‘Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’ tv show, Dorit said “I am so excited to work with George who is a dear friend and god-father to my children Jagger and Phoenix, who will also be in the show as part of Peter Pan’s gang. Prior filming commitments mean Dorit can’t appear in Liverpool and Cardiff, but her debut will be featured in her RHOBH tv show.
The cast of fifty includes a dozen cirque performers, dazzling aerial stunts, a giant battle where the audience throw cannonballs at Hook’s ship and a death-defying escape from a locked water tank by rising comedy star Jordan Conway playing Peter Pan, plus a large troupe of Irish and Highland dancers.
The production has fabulous animated digital sets and is an immersive experience of magic and wonderment. Producer Jon Conway adds: “I am thrilled to be working with Boy George, surely one of the most iconic stars of all time, who will make this production stylish and unique. We use every square inch of the stage and auditorium to deliver a massive production both breath-taking and hilarious. Two huge LED screens make sure nobody ever misses any of the action.
Our general guidance is that children under 3 do not need their own ticket if they will be sat on a lap, however if they will be sat on a seat, then they will need their own ticket to see Peter Pan.
Important notice – Eventim Apollo will only admit children 3 and older, and each child will need their own ticket. All other venues under 3s are permitted as stated above. This is due to venue policies that are out of our control.
Prior filming commitments mean Dorit can’t appear in Liverpool and Cardiff, but her debut will be featured in her RHOBH tv show.