Peter Pan on Ice comes to St Albans

12:35 21 March 2014

Peter Pan on ice

Peter Pan on ice

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The classic tale of Peter Pan and his lost boys is being told at the Alban Arena over the next few days, but with an added twist.

A troupe of 27 performers, known as the Russian Ice Stars, are acting out the boy who never grew up’s journey to Neverland on a floor of ice which has been specially installed at the venue.

As well as featuring top-notch skating moves, the show also boasts aerial acrobatics and circus-style performances.

It runs until this Sunday, March 23, with an average of two shows a day. For more information visit: http://www.alban-arena.co.uk/events/peter-pan-on-ice/

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