Last weekend we headed over to Leeds to catch the fabulous Disney on Ice Worlds of Fantasy show. This was the one I have been looking forward to the most. It was the one that would keep both kids happy. It had an equal amount of girly stuff for Elizabeth and boyish stuff for Alison. The great thing is that actually they both love watching all of the Disney on Ice shows but you know I do tend to get the odd whinge about the lack characters from this film or that film (Watch out for the next Disney on Ice show this autumn as no one can complain about the lack of characters in that one!).
As with all of the Disney on Ice films Mickey and Minnie guided us on our adventure, this time with the help of Donald and Goofy.
First stop was Radiator Springs were the cars were gliding along the ice. Alison had a beaming smile as she watched this part!
After Radiator Springs we went under the sea where Ariel and Sebastian put on a fabulous show with sea monsters, fish and creatures if all colours and sizes.
To dry out we headed over to Pixie Hollow where we were introduced to the different fairy talents and saw Tinker Bell come to love being a tinker and helping to save spring.
After a brief interval we ended up in Andy’s room where he was packing off for college. This was our favourite bit of the whole show. We love Toy Story 3 in our house and this was a fabulous shortened version of the film. We saw the toys donated to Sunnyside where they soon learnt that Lotso was not as nice as he seemed. Woody came to the rescue and the toys made it back to Andy’s room all in one piece.
The movement of all the characters was done so well and it was amazing to watch as Slinky dog, Hamm, the potato heads and all their friends glided across the ice in perfect character.
Alison and Elizabeth were both in fits of giggles as the Aliens were dancing at the edge of the stage.
Yet another fabulous Disney on Ice show which never fails to amaze me. We have enjoyed watching Disney on Ice in many arenas and have previously visited the O2, the Liverpool Echo arena and the Manchester Arena but the small size of the Leeds arena made it feel so much more personal and we were so close to the ice.
You can still catch the Worlds of Fantasy show at the following places and I would definitely recommend it!
Birmingham, LG Arena 13th – 16th of March 2014
Nottingham, Capital FM Arena 20th – 23rd of March 2014
Glasgow, Hydro Arena 27th – 30th of March 2014
Liverpool, Echo Arena 2nd – 6th of April 2014
Belfast, Odyssey Arena 10th – 13th April 2014
London, Wembley Arena 17th – 20th of April 2014
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena 23rd – 27th of April 2014