Disney on Ice 100 years of Magic

Disney on Ice is one of our favourite things to go and see as a family and 100 years of Magic was no exception, in fact I think I could honestly say it was the best yet.

With 100 years of Disney magic to cover and over 60 characters coming on to the ice it was a fabulous adventure from start to finish.

The costumes the skaters wear never fail to amaze me.
However Disney on Ice is not just about the fabulous characters and costumes. The amazing iceskaters had the audience gasping and clasping as they spun around performing amazing lifts, twirls and jumps.
I am amazed at the characters that the skaters manage to bring to life from the largest dragon to a four legged warthog.
We always enjoy watching Disney on Ice but this trip was even more special. We were fortunate enough to be given the opportunity for the girls to go on the ice along with competition winners. Elizabeth has always wanted to go on the ice and at each and every previous show she has asked if she could so she was amazed when she found out. They both had an amazing experience and memories were made that will last a lifetime.
Each and every Disney on Ice show is fabulous but I know that next years Magical Ice Festival will be extremely popular as the world of Frozen takes to the ice in the UK for the very first time. Anna and Elsa will be joined by Olaf, Kristoff and Sven as well as Rapunzel, Ariel and Belle in this royal adventure that you really shouldn’t miss. You can get your tickets to the Magical Ice Festival show now.

AECC’s GE Oil & Gas Arena
11 – 15 March, 2015

Echo Arena
18 – 22 March, 2015

The SSE Hydro
26 – 29 March, 2015

Genting Arena
2 – 5 April, 2015

Citywest Hotel
9 – 12 April, 2015

Odyssey Arena
15 – 19 April, 2015

The SSE Arena, Wembley
23 – 26 April, 2015

Motorpoint Arena
29 April – 3 May, 2015

Capital FM Arena
7 – 10 May, 2015

First Direct Arena
13 – 17 May, 2015