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Peter Pan musical flying in to Tenerife 

The world of Peter Pan and the country of Neverland will arrive in a musical format, within its world tour, at the Infanta Leonor Auditorium in Los Cristianos on June 28, at 7pm.

The event has been organised by Arona council’s culture department and Makaron Management and Cultural Projects.
Peter Pan, the musical, combines special effects, 3D projections, fascinating light-ing, choreography, acrobatics and songs to the rhythm of rock, blues and soul.
Tickets to attend this spec-tacular musical in Los Cris-tianos are now on sale at the portal www.arona.org. Shortly, they will also be available at the Cultural Centre of Los Cristianos, from Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm and, on June 28th, two hours before the start of the show.
This production, directed at the whole family, will also be performed in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, in the Teatro Leal, on June 29th (with two performances at5pm and 7.30-m) and June 30th (only function at noon), with the collaboration of the munici-pality of La Laguna. Tickets can be purchased at www.ent-rees.es and at the theatre box office.
Based on the original production of Theatre Properties, Peter Pan, the musical has been one of the most acclaimed shows of this genre for almost 20 years. With more than four million viewers in its more than 4,500 performances worldwide, the characters of the famous novel by John Barry returns with the adaptation of Ymedia International Events, for the enjoyment of the family au-dience.
With the artistic and musical direction of Tomás Padilla and César Belda, respectively, Peter Pan, Wendy, John and Michael return to live adventures with the Indians, pirates and lost children of Neverland and to confront Captain Hook.
The Peter Pan World Tour, the musical is being developed by the United Kingdom, Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay, Portugal and Spain. The work was awarded the Max Prize for Performing Arts as the best work of musical theatre in 1998.
In Peter Pan, J.M.Barrie captured the preservation of childhood innocence and turned this story into a classic of universal literature that promotes family values and has been dreaming for children all over the world for decades.