Dear mummy, Disney On Ice is coming to London and we can’t wait to see the new show Worlds of Enchantment when it arrives at The SSE Arena, Wembley on the 4th April 2018. Four of our favourite Disney stories are being brought to life this Easter and we are super excited.
We went to the last Disney on Ice show, Passport to Adventure and I had such a great time that we couldn’t wait to head back. The bi-annual event tours the UK throughout April the whole show is hosted by Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald the Duck and Goofy. With us heading to Disneyland Paris this year I can’t wait to see them all in person. I also had a Disney themed 5th Birthday so we are ready to immerse ourselves in all the family fun.
This action-packed ice spectacular showcases beloved characters from Disney Pixar’s Cars, Toy Story 3, Disney’s The Little Mermaid and of course…the Academy Award®-winning Frozen. Not forgetting the chance to warm up alongside Disney On Ice stars at the Fit to Dance pre-show!
We’ve been watching Disney films over the Easter Bank Holiday and are looking forward to seeing it on ice. After gorging on chocolate Easter Eggs, we going to swap them for popcorn and candy floss at the show and continue the thrill of the Easter break in true Disney style.
I think my daddy is going to be amazed at seeing Lightning McQueen, Mater and the crew of Disney Pixar’s Cars perform high-speed stunts and race across the ice. While my mummy is going to question how they do it, with built to scale props, as Radiator Springs and the animated cars come to life. Of course my favourite mermaid, The Little Mermaid, will be there with her underwater friends and their spectacular costumes.
We’ve had our fair share of seeing the Easter Bunny recently so it will be nice to hang out with some of my favourite Disney characters from Toy Story 3, like Buzz Lightyear, Woody and Jessie as they try to escape from Sunnyside Daycare. Of course it wouldn’t be Disney on Ice without sisters Anna and Elsa and snowman Olaf from Disney’s Frozen and we love being transported to their wintry homeland, especially after having so much snow in the UK recently.
I must admit my favourite part of the show is shaking my booty and singing along, so the high-energy Fit To Dance pre-show getting the crowd moving with the skaters is great to set the atmosphere. So this Easter why not swap the Easter Bunny and rainy days cooped up indoors and create some Disney memories with Disney On Ice’s Worlds of Enchantment in London!
Love Bella x
Family package tickets are now available for selected shows. Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment will be skating into Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham, London, Liverpool, Nottingham, Cardiff and Aberdeen from the 15th March to 6th May 2018. For the complete list of tour dates, head to www.disneyonice.co.uk.
11 thoughts on “Disney of Ice – Worlds of Enchantment is coming to London!”
Disney on ice never fails to amaze me, it always looks like such fun x
I really need to get to Disney on Ice at some point – I know my kids would love it!
Looks like you had fun. My son would also love Disney on Ice. I need to book it.
This sounds like such a great show. It looks like something my daughters would love to go and see too. The last thing they saw on ice was Cinderella at Winter Wonderland.
Need to go to see this soon as I’ve heard such amazing feedback and I love disney!
This looks like so much fun, I will have to look into going to the Liverpool show x
We saw Disney on ice for the first time last year and loved it.
I would love to take my kids to this – it looks like something both they and I would really enjoy! Have a great time!
I’ve heard how great it is, I’d love to go someday.
Can you ask your mummy if I can sneak into Disney on Ice as well aha. I am like a little kid when it comes to Disney and Enchantment sounds right up my street as well!
Oh wow this looks absolutely amazing, such a shame they aren’t stopping in Manchester this year 😦