Peter Pan’s “Never Ending Story” set to amaze Dubai fans

The show based on the childhood classic is coming to the Middle East as part of its world tour

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Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up, is coming to the Middle East to give his fans a chance to experience his never ending adventures in Neverland.

The show “Peter Pan: The Never Ending Story,” a mixture of theatre, illusion, circus, and part block-buster movie, is set to be staged at the Dubai World Trade Center as part of its world arena tour.

The dynamic cast will be composed of 50 dancers, stuntmen, acrobats, magicians, and actors from over 10 countries.

Based on Scottish author sir James Matthew Barrie’s children classic published in the early 1900’s, the show aims to transport its audience into a magical world through its wire-less flying stunts by no less than Peter Pan himself.

The characters Peter Pan and Wendy will be played by real-life couple Sandor Stürbl and Lilly-Jane Young, who recently got engaged during a show in Glasgow, as reported by U.K. new site Metro.

The show also boasts a 16-track original score including music from Robbie Williams, Rod Stewart, Supertramp, Seal and Puccin.

Yak Events, the Dubai-based organizer of the show, has also announced that they are currently in search of “lost boys and girls of Neverland” willing to participate in the magical show.

The “Win a walk-on part in Peter Pan, the Never Ending Story” is open to young fans ages 8 to15 and will give twenty lucky children to win the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of performing in the show.

Winners will get a chance to experience an exclusive walk-on role in the live performance with other show characters such as Captain Hook, Smee, Tinker Bell, Mr. Darling, Mrs. Darling, John Darling, Michael Darling and Tiger Lily.

Participants will also partake in rehearsals with the cast, costume and a hair and make-up consultation with the production team.

Fans of Peter Pan and Wendy are up for a lot of dramatic high-flying scenes as the show will run from the March 5-13.

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