Be astounded by Peter Pan on Ice

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THIS spring at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, the world renowned Russian Ice Stars are back in town for their annual ice dancing extravaganza.

This year they present a spectacular adaptation of J M Barrie’s famous story about the boy who never grew up, Peter Pan.

From Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 May, audiences will have the opportunity to witness brilliant skating on a stage of real ice as this magical story is brought to life in a show packed with glamour, glitz and colour.

Mysterious lands filled with Pirates, Indians, and ticking crocodiles, will transport the audience back in time to a wonderful world of make-believe. Unique touches include penny farthings being ridden across the ice as the curtain opens on a sky line of a London Park, complete with chimney stacks and chimney sweeps.

The main characters Peter Pan, Wendy, Tinkerbell and Captain Hook will spring to life against a backdrop of fire, Indian drumming and incredible scenery changes from Wendy’s bedroom through to Hook’s secret hideout.

Outstanding choreography by Cavaliere Guiseppe Arena, who staged the opening ceremony of the 2006 Winter Olympics, complements an original musical score by acclaimed Italian composer Silvio Amato.

This fast moving production is suitable for all the family to enjoy. Gasp at the jumps and spins the skaters achieve in such a small space and marvel at the spectacular aerial gymnasts who add another jaw dropping element to this show.

Tickets are selling fast so get your skates on and call box office now to ensure you don’t miss out!

Tickets priced £19.50 to £26.50 are available from Box Office on 01553-764864 or book online at www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk

The Citizen has a family ticket for the Saturday 21 May, 1.30pm show, to give away.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question: Where does Peter Pan live?

Put your answer on the back of a sealed envelope or postcard, along with your name, address and a daytime telephone number, and send it - marked PETER PAN COMPETITION - to the Citizen at 11 Union Street, Wisbech or 26 Market Place, March.

Entries can also be emailed to competitions@fenlandcitizen.co.uk

Closing date is 10am on Tuesday, May 17.