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Private party for Peter Pan guests

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For immediate release: 13 November 2003

Private party for Peter Pan guests

Twenty Christchurch families are being whisked away to Neverland on Saturday (15 November), for an exclusive after-Peter-Pan-party.

The families won passes to the Royal New Zealand Ballet adventure, The Lotto Season of Peter Pan, through Meridian Energy – the Ballet’s national sponsor. After the performance the families will have the chance to mix and mingle with some of the stars of the show.

“New Zealand is privileged to have such a professional and talented ballet company and we are delighted to be able to help these Christchurch families experience the wonder of the show,” says Meridian Energy spokesperson Alan Seay.

Alan Seay says through a solid partnership, Meridian Energy and the Royal New Zealand Ballet have taken this traditional art-form into unchartered territory.

“Together we have worked to bring the ballet’s productions to audiences up and down the country…last year a small troupe of dancers even travelled to Twizel to perform. It’s wonderful that, with our support, more and more New Zealanders are able to experience and enjoy such memorable events.”

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