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Lost boys and girls need found.

Byline: Gordon Barr

PRODUCERS of a successful European arena show are calling for local children to take part in the Newcastle leg of a world tour.

Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story, at the Metro Radio Arena on January 15 and 16 next year, are searching for lost boys and girls to join the stars of the show with a walk-on part.

Based on the children's classic by JM Barrie, Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story World Arena Tour is a high-flying, hi-tech fantasy adventure that combines the drama and excitement of live theatre with the epic visuals of a blockbuster movie.

Twenty lucky children will win the once-in-alifetime opportunity of performing in the show and experiencing the bright lights and atmosphere of an arena stage.

The ultimate arena experience includes a walkon role in a live performance, rehearsals with the cast, costume and a hair and make-up consultation with the production team.

On top of all this winners will also receive four tickets for their family to watch the show.

No acting or performance skills are required. To win this prize simply turn up to intu Metro Centre on Saturday, November 30, between noon and 3pm and tell the judges why you would like to be a lost boy/girl.

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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Nov 27, 2013
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