Peter Pan on Ice comes to St Albans

12:35 21 March 2014

Peter Pan on ice

Peter Pan on ice


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:


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