"Peter Pan" & "Wendy" spread the magic at Dubai's children with special needs centers and schools
"Peter Pan" & "Wendy" singing for children at the Al Noor Training Center for Children with Special Needs. (Image: YAK Events)
As the Peter Pan: The Never Ending Story Arena World Tour gets closer to showtime, the show’s cast members are doing some good for Dubai’s children before heading off to their next tour destination.
February 25 was very special day to many in Dubai, as Sandor Sturbl, the Dutch actor that plays Peter Pan, and Lilly-Jane Young and the Scottish actress that plays Wendy, landed in Dubai, bringing all the magical taste of fairytale to charm the lucky boys and girls that cross their way. Peter Pan and Wendy will fly around Dubai presenting the fairytale that will be on the stage in March.
The actors chose to make their first Dubai appearance a special one for boys and girls with special needs, visiting, meeting and greeting the students from Al Noor Training Center for Children with Special Needs, bringing an entire world of tenderness, magic and fantasy.
YAK Events and Al Noor gave these children the opportunity to be an active part of the event, as some students from Al Noor Training Centre took on usher’s activities at the show - an initiative to involve special needs students in mainstream activities.
The shows organized by YAK Events offer a whole new and outrageous experience to the audience, electrifying spectacles that unite music, dance, acting, magic, straight from the source, original worldwide known productions such as Chicago and now Peter Pan the Never Ending Story. As a company that is being so successful, YAK Events wants to share this success promoting fantastic and magic moments to Al Noor’s students, giving them opportunity of not just experience the show, but being active part of it.
The first performance of Peter Pan the Never Ending story will also count with 150 very special guests, students from Al Noor and their parents.
The characters then continued to meet and greet their fans at the Dubai Autism Centre and Canadian Specialist Hospital. The happiness will continue spreading fairy dust around the city, including schools: American School of Dubai, Dubai British School, GEMS Kinder Garden Starters, Uptown School, Jumeirah Baccalaureate School, Raffles World Academy, Greenfield Community School, Cambridge International School.
Peter Pan and Wendy will also be at The Dubai Mall auditioning boys and girls to have a special participation on the stage of the show, on 27th and 28th February, from 6PM to 9PM.
Peter Pan the Never Ending Story will be presented at the World Trade Centre, from 5th to 13th March 2014, tickets are available at Platinumlist.com. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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