Disney on Ice Celebrates 100 Years of Magic is coming to the Uk, and I’m so excited that we will be going along to see it! The show includes Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and their friends from Disney’s Mulan, The Lion King, and Pinocchio along with Disney Pixar’s Finding Nemo, The Incredibles and Toy Story, with a total of over 60 characters all together!
The show looks set to be extremely popular. Due to high demand and ticket sales, an extra performance had to be added to the London area. An extra 11am showing on 24th December has been added. If you are keen to go it might be best not to wait too long to get the tickets in case they all sell out!
This will be the second Disney on Ice show that we’ve seen. We saw the Disney on Ice Passport to Adventure two years ago at Wembley and I’ve been so keen to take the family back to see another Disney on Ice show ever since. It was such a lovely day out and a fantastic memorable show!
Tickets are available now – booking fees apply:
- Braehead Arena, Glasgow – 26th September – 5th October 2014
- Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle – 7th – 12th October 2014
- Phones 4u Arena, Manchester – 15th – 19th October 2014
- The NIA, Birmingham – 22nd October – 2nd November 2014
- Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield – 5th – 9th November 2014
- The O2, London – 24th December 2014, 26th – 29th December 2014 and 3rd & 4 January 2015
Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years of Magic eye-opening facts and figures:
Hours it takes to set up the production – 10 -14
Hours it takes to tear down the production – 3 – 4
Full time crew members who travel with the production – 5 Number of countries represented by the cast – 10 Number of male performers in the production – 23 Number of female performers in the production – 24 Number of yards of fabric used to make the costumes – 1,300 Number of costumes in the show – 160
Number of different paint colours used on the props – 102
Weight of set – 8 Tons
We will be provided with complimentary tickets for review. Images used with permission.