CircusWest brings their latest stunning circus production, Neverland, the Peter Pan origin story to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. (Submitted photo)

CircusWest takes flight with Neverland at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre

Astonishing dynamic circus aerials and acrobatics in CircusWest’s newest production, Neverland

Don’t miss B.C.’s top young circus talents as they weave a fantastic tale told through acrobatics, aerials, dance and other contemporary circus disciplines when CircusWest’s Neverland lands at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Nov. 5.

Take flight with Peter and the Lost Kids as they take on Captain Hook and the pirates — and get inspired by Tinkerbell and magical pixies. This is a Peter Pan origin story set in the imaginations of those who refuse to grow up. So look up, find the second star to the right and fly straight on to Neverland with a show that is fun for the whole family.

CircusWest takes audience members on a magical adventure to the land where mermaids, pirates, and pixies reside, found in the minds of children and those young at heart. It is not only the origin story of Peter Pan but also an ode to the mystical place that resides in all of us. Accompany Peter and his band of Lost Boys as they outfox Captain Hook and the pirates discovering how he got to Neverland in the first place. Told through incredible acrobatics, aerials and other circus disciplines this is an adventure to the top of NeverPeak Mountain where you can see beyond reality.

Providing individuals of all ages the opportunity to explore circus arts in an encouraging and non-competitive environment, Vancouver’s CircusWest helps performers develop technique and skills, passion, and confidence. Each year this circus performance arts society creates a unique and astonishing production, and with sold out shows each running, you won’t want to miss the chance to see a show that will leave you in total awe.

Neverland is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. Tickets $12 and available at the Centre Box Office (9201 Corbould St.), by phone at 604-391-SHOW(7469) or online www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca.

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