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Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story, A Music Hall Production

Do you love fairy tales? One that speaks of friendship and sacrifice? If you do then Peter Pan is the perfect choice. Resorts World Sentosa presents, Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story by Music Hall, directly from Europe.

Peter Pan & Hook - Photographer Leslie Artamonow (5)

It tells the enchanting story of Peter Pan, a mischievous boy, with the ability to fly and refuses to grow up. One night, he visits Wendy, John, and Michael Darling in their London nursery and takes them on an unforgettable flight where the Lost Boys, Indians, mermaids and pirates await them at Neverland. In adventures beyond their wildest imaginations, the villainous Captain Hook hatches an evil scheme that crescendos to a dramatic swordfight with Peter.

Peter Pan Lost Boys moments - Photographer Leslie Artamonow (4)

Be prepared for the time of your life, as you join the characters in the story and experience a series of high-flying action, thrilling swordplay, acrobatic stunts and many more. It’s a production for both young and old!

Peter Pan & Hook - Photographer Leslie Artamonow (3)

One of the many unique points of this production is that because it’s held in the Resorts World Theatre you get to see the characters fly above you as they circle the stage and it really brings the story to life.

Leslie Artamonow (325)

The actor of the role of Peter Pan, Sandor Sturbl and actress of the role of Wendy, Lillly-Jane Young. Don’t they look so good together? What a sweet looking couple.

We have Captain Hook acted by Wim Van Den Driesche. What a nice pose from the Captain! Seems like he’s really fond of his hook.

If you would like to know more about the story, have a time of fun and laughter, then why not bring your family and friends down to Resorts World Sentosa and watch Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story, from 27th November 2014 to 20th January 2015.

Tickets are priced at S$58 (restricted view), S$78, S$108, S$138 and S$168 (premium). Prices exclude SISTIC booking fees and handling charges.

Tickets can be purchased via: (65) 6348 5555 or at

Photo credits to  Leslie Artamonow for photographs of the production

Writer: Samuel Low

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