WIN a family ticket to see Peter Pan at Capital FM Arena!

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Peter Pan - UK tour[THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED]

WIN a family ticket to see Peter Pan – The Never Ending Story at the Capital FM Arena Nottingham in September!

This ground-breaking theatrical production, visiting Capital FM Arena Nottingham 13 -15 September, will transport audiences to a world full of fantasy as they witness for the first time, a theatrical spectacular of cinematic quality. A feast of dance and music, the show will capture the hearts and imaginations of every generation of the family!

Peter Pan will fly! He’ll be elevated into the air without harnesses by an incredible wind turbine, allowing him to realistically fly on the stage. A breath-taking experience, this technology will be used for the very first time on stage!Peter Pan - production shot - 1

World renowned musical director Matt Dunkley will be adapting contemporary hits for this spectacle, transforming classic hits by Robbie Williams, Seal and Rod Stewart to name a few, creating a truly impressive soundtrack to compliment one of the most extraordinary arena shows ever seen!

Staring the wonderful Stacey Solomon as Tinker Bell, the narrator of the story, this is a must-see production…

For your chance to win a family ticket (two adults and two children or one adult and three children) on 13 September at 7pm, answer the question below. Competition closes on Midnight Friday 17 May 2013.

Peter Pan – The Never Ending Story visits Capital FM Arena Nottingham 13-15 September 2013. Tickets are priced from £20 and can be purchased online www.capitalfmarena.com or by calling 0843 373 3000.

Sorry this competition is now closed but tickets are still on sale with Capital FM Arena above.

Posted on 04 May 2013
Featured author: Lynzi E-Marketing Officer

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