An Arena Spectacular

Peter Pan Trailer 2023

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They described it as ‘Panto meets Cirque’. And Blackpool Gazette editor Vanessa Sims reveals it didn’t disappoint.

“Boy George arrived on stage to huge applause, in a life size galleon wearing his trademark eyeliner and huge hat. When he belted out Karma Chameleon – it was clear to see he was in his element.

The big budget extravaganza was a real crowd pleaser. Peter Pan aka Jordan Conway was fabulous. He was funny, slapstick and engaging. And his aerial acrobatics were very impressive.

Wendy was also brilliant. Her rendition of ‘My Heart Will Go On’ while being attacked by pirates with cream pies was faultless.

I enjoyed how the stars interacted with the audience and the cackles of laughter from the young crowd was nothing short of heart-warming.

The show featured cirque performers, dazzling aerial stunts, and most impressively a giant battle where the audience throws cannonballs at Hook and his ship.”

“For great family-fun I would recommend this show for you.”

Simply Theatre UK - ‘Absolutely Spectacular'


“I loved this Panto, it had everything you’d want in a panto from slosh scenes to innuendo and Boy George galore! The set was really clever they used a huge LED Screen and also a LIFE-SIZED Pirate Ship. 

The highlight of the show was definitely watching Boy George sing Karma Chameleon as it’s not everyday you’d see Boy George in a Pantomime playing Captain Hook singing all the Greatest Culture Club Songs. 

My favourite character was Samuel Fogell who played Smee, he was so good with the kids and just seems like a natural born comic. 

All the Aerial, Straps and Hoop acts through the performance were mesmerising, sitting on the edge of your seats.”

Jean Hubberstey
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Just come back home from seeing this in Blackpool. What a brilliant show, thoroughly enjoyed it. Boy George was fantastic but the whole cast were as well.
Rawcliffe and Co Chartered Accountants
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If you haven't already been, we cannot recommend World's Biggest Productions Peter Pan enough. A thoroughly good time was had by all the staff that attended. Great fun for all the family. Get booking before it's too late.
Edward Lynch
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It's great I saw Peter Pan in Blackpool a couple of weeks back - George was brilliant
Yvonne Smith
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Saw it in Blackpool and loved it! Boy George was amazing!


Blackpool Winter Gardens

26th | 27th | 28th | 29th October

Show Times

Thursday 26th October


Friday 27th October


Saturday 28th October


Sunday 29th October


Venue Details

Winter Gardens Blackpool,
Church Street,

M&S Bank Arena Liverpool

2nd | 3rd December

Show Times

Saturday 2nd December


Sunday 3rd December


Venue Details

M&S Bank Arena,
Kings Dock,
Liverpool Waterfront,
Liverpool, Merseyside,
L3 4FP

Utilita Arena Cardiff

9th | 10th December

Show Times

Saturday 9th December


Sunday 10th December


Venue Details

Utilita Arena Cardiff
Mary Ann Street,
CF10 2EQ

Resorts World Arena Birmingham

22nd | 23rd December

Show Times

Friday 22nd December


Saturday 23rd December


Tickets are also available from The Ticket Factory

Venue Details

Resorts World Arena,
Perimeter Rd,
B40 1NT

P&J Live Arena Aberdeen

27th December

Show Times

Wednesday 27th December


Venue Details

P&J Live
East Burn Road,
AB21 9FX

OVO Hydro Arena Glasgow

29th | 30th December

Show Times

Friday 29th December


Saturday 30th December


Venue Details

OVO Hydro
Exhibition Way,
Stobcross Rd,
G3 8YW

Motorpoint Arena Nottingham

2nd January

Show Times

Tuesday 2nd January


Venue Details

Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Bolero Square,
NG1 1L

Eventim Apollo Hammersmith

5th | 6th | 7th January

Show Times

Friday 5th January


Saturday 6th January

1pm 5:30pm

Sunday 7th January


Important notice – Eventim Apollo will only admit children 3 and older, and each child will need their own ticket.

Venue Details

Eventim Apollo
45 Queen Caroline St,
W6 9QH

About The Show

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. 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 cast of fifty includes a dozen cirque performers, dazzling aerial stunts, a giant battle where the audience throw cannonballs at Hook’s ship, 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.


RHOBH superstar Dorit Kemsley as the MERMAID
 We are delighted to announce Dorit will be joining us for our London performances.

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Helpful Information about our Peter Pan shows

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I purchase tickets for Peter Pan?

How can I book disabled and carer tickets for Peter Pan?

To book disability and carer seating, please phone the venue directly. To find the number, please see the ‘More Info’ tab under each Venue.

Is Peter Pan suitable for young children?

Peter Pan is the perfect family show for children of any age. With slapstick comedy and audience participation, Peter Pan is a Christmas show for all the family.

What is the youngest age required for a ticket to see Peter Pan?

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 noticeEventim 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.

How long will each performance of Peter Pan be, and is there an interval?

The runtime of the show is 2 hours plus a 20 minute interval.

How early should I arrive before the performance of Peter Pan begins?

In the arenas there will be pre-show entertainment starting up to one hour before the show is due to start, so make sure to arrive with plenty of time to get warmed up into the Christmas spirit!

Which performances will Dorit Kemsley NOT be performing?

Dorit will be performing at London Hammersmith Apollo only with her debut featured in her RHOBH TV Show.