It’s never too early to start planning our December holidays, right? Luckily, the events are starting to come in hot and we’re incredibly excited to announce that the world’s premier theatrical ice skating company, The Imperial Ice Stars, is making their way back to Jozi with a performance of Peter Pan On Ice this festive season. The production will take place at Montecasino’s The Teatro theatre from 6 December – 11 January 2020.

Showcasing 23 former World, European and National Championship-level skaters, the highly accomplished cast will astound and mesmerise audiences with their adrenaline-rich, dramatic performance. Collectively, the entire cast holds more than 250 competition medals and will bring their athletic and artistic talents to retell J M Barrie’s well-loved story of Peter Pan.

Fans of the beloved children’s story are invited to join Peter – the boy who never grows up – as he and Tinker Bell whisk Wendy and her brothers from their London home off on a magical journey to Neverland. Watch as they enjoy thrilling adventures with the Lost Boys, Tiger Lily and the Mermaids, encountering the evil Captain Hook, his pirates and a very hungry crocodile!

Naturally, fans can expect more than simple ice skating and costumes. In addition, awe-inspiring acrobatics, flying sequences, LED illumination effects, aerial gymnastics and spectacular fire-on-ice add drama and mystery to the theatrical experience.

After a successful season back in 2017 with Cinderella On Ice, The Imperial Ice Stars are excited to be making their way back to South Africa for these exciting shows. Since their debut in 2004, the Imperial Ice Stars have enthralled more than four million people in 27 countries across five continents, and have performed at some of the world’s most prestigious venues, including the London Palladium and three seasons at the Royal Albert Hall. The award-winning troupe has built a worldwide following and established an unrivalled reputation for pushing the boundaries of contemporary ice dance in their sophisticated portrayals of classic works.

Tickets are now available from Computicket.

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