Big Top show will provide a twist on the classic story of Peter Pan

PUBLISHED: 16:26 03 November 2017

The Big Top panto

The Big Top panto

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Performances take place in a heated big top, attracting hundreds of people each year, which combine the experience as well as the sights and sounds of panto and the circus.

The show follows on from last year’s performance of Aladdin and the hugely successful The Grinch Who Stole Panto in 2015. Peter Pan in Narnia Land and provides a twist on the popular tale of the boy who never grew up.

With dashing heroes, singing mermaids, daft Indians, swashbuckling pirates and the villainous Captain Hook all aboard - this show is one of magic and adventure that is a must-see for all the family.

For the last few months, the theatre group has been seen a various events to promote the show and this has included the St Neots Outdoor Cinema event in the Riverside Park and a charity fund-raiser which raised money for Emilio Saavedra.

In July, The Big Top company - alongside Local Dance School became the first theatre school to utilise the Rowley arts theatre - a converted theatre space built within the St Neots Cineworld complex.

Tom Langdale, Big Top’s 
artistic and creative director, 
said: “Each year just gets bigger and bigger. For The show this year the set is bigger, the aerial displays are bigger, the performances are bigger. We just have everything you know and love in a good panto - and so much more.”

Peter Pan In Narnia land is showing from November 9-12 on the milk field at the common in St Neots.

Tickets start from £7.50 and are available at www.bigtopco.com.

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