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Peter Pan on Ice
Peter Pan on Ice

The world-renowned Russian Ice Stars brings to Kombank Arena a new adaptation of this famous fantasy adventure by J.M. Barrie - Peter Pan on Ice, from 23 till 25th of December.

Wendy, Michael and John are visited in the nursery by Peter Pan himself, who teaches them to fly with the help of Tinker Bell, and takes them on a magical journey to Never Land.

The concept of Theatre on Ice full length productions designed to fit theatre stages was born when producer Vee Deplidge, created a company which toured the UK in 1993 to considerable acclaim, with a unique production of The Sleeping Beauty on Ice.

Using professional Russian ice skaters of incredibly high standard, many former competitors at National, European, World and Olympic level and known collectively as the Russian Ice Stars, Vee and her son Julian took the company from strength to strength, supported by a network of experts.

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