Wherever you are seated, you’ll be close to the action of this thrilling show as itwill be performed across three arena stages on a movie style Neverland set, plus a giant 60 feet wide LED screen with computer graphic imagery and live close-up tv relay of the action.

 

J. M. Barrie’s original story and characters will be brought to life by a cast of over 100 performers, including flying cirque, stunt stars and actors.

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Stunning special effects include:

* A life size Jolly Roger galleon ‘sailing’ around the arena in front of a 10,000 gallon water wall

* A team of BMX stunt riders and skaters

* Six thrilling synchronised aerial mermaids

* A crazy collection of trapeze and trampoline stuntmen and custard pie slapstick specialists

* Watch out for the biggest, scariest animatronic crocodile you ever saw!

This beloved classic story laced with extra comedy and spectacle takes the stage at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham and The SSE Arena, Wembley. Presented by arrangement with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity & Samuel French Ltd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Getting to Wembley SSE Arena

 

  • Public transport:

Via Underground Train

Our closest tube station is Wembley Park. This is in Zone 4 and can be reached on either the Metropolitan or Jubilee Lines. Upon exiting the station via the lift or stairs, pass under the tunnel onto Olympic Way. When reaching Wembley Stadium (do not walk up the ramps), turn right. Wembley Arena is situated across the road. Approximately an 8 minute walk of 0.3 of a mile.

 

Alternatively, you could travel to nearby Wembley Central. This is in Zone 4 and can be reached via the Bakerloo Line. Turn right at the station exit onto Wembley High Road and follow for approximately 200 yards. At the Wembley Triangle junction turn left onto Wembley Hill Road. Follow until Lakeside Way and turn right. Approximately a 19 minute walk of around 1 mile.

 

Via Overground Train

Chiltern Railways run a service from London Marylebone to Wembley Stadium. To book and find out more about running times, click here

 

Via bus

The 79, 83, 92, 182 and 224 all regularly run through the Wembley Arena area.

 

You can plan your route and check if there is any disruptions to travel on the TFL website

  • Car and parking

Wembley Arena is located just off the A406 North Circular Road within easy reach of central London and the rest of the country, with major motorways connecting nearby. If you're coming from the North, take the M1/A1, then A406, then A404. From the East go M11, M25 (J23), A1, A41, A406 then A404. From the South it’s M25 (J15), M4 (J3), A312, A40, A406, A404, A479 OR M25 (16), M40 (A40), A406, A404, A479. From the West go M4, A312, A40, A406 then A404

 

For Sat-Nav searches please insert the post code HA9 0AA or search 'Engineers Way Wembley’.

 

There are a number of car parks very close to the venue and can be pre-booked to avoid disappointment, to book your spot today please click here.

Eating and drinking at the venue

 

  • 1934 Bar & Grill

We have a fantastic 160 capacity seat restaurant which is open 1½ hours before the main doors open. This offers a great range of enticing dishes and drinks to enjoy before making your way into your show. Keep an eye out for our early bird offers and changing menus!

Current menu: Menu

 

  • Concessions

Throughout the Arena there are bars and food outlets serving a variety of quality products - from ice cold beers to warming coffees, from pulled pork baps to nachos all served to enhance the customer experience and to enable you to enjoy the show.

 

For more details or to book a table in our restaurant please call 020 8782 5609 or email arenarestaurant@compass-group.co.uk

 

  • VIP Upgrades

If you are looking for a slightly more VIP experience, why not treat yourself to an upgrade to our lounge? Find out more HERE (please note these can only be booked on line through each individual link - not through the phone number & e-mail address above)