|Photo Credit: Disney on Ice|
We love Disney in our house and that's not just the children! My husband and I are big kids at heart too and love nothing more than curling up on the sofa to watch our favorite Disney movies... Beauty and the Beast for me and The Lion King for him.
As you can imagine we've passed that love on to our two children who are now huge Disney fans. At just seven and almost four they are very lucky to have already been to two Disney on Ice shows.
A Memorable Experience
We saw 'Let's Party' at the Echo Arena in February last year where Mickey and Minnie and a host of our favourite Disney friends celebrated with a magical medley of holidays, celebrations and festivals from around the globe! They enjoyed it so much that when Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream came to Manchester just before Elizabeth's birthday later in the year we couldn't resist another family trip, we were incredibly lucky in winning a competition meaning that Ben got to ride on the Ice with the seven dwarfs, he was totally mesmerised by the whole experience!
The Latest Tour
As you may know the 100 Years of Magic: Disney on Ice tour is currently working its way around the UK. Throughout September and October the tour will visit Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham, eventually ending up in London at the end of the year.
Disney on Ice invites families to join them in celebrating 100 years of Magic with 65 of Disney's unforgettable characters from 18 of your favourite Disney stories. Whether you are all about the Disney Princesses or more of a fan of Toy Story and Finding Nemo you will be captivated by exciting moments relived in a skating spectacular! A visit to a Disney on Ice show really is a memory that will be treasured for years to come, for both children and parents alike!
If you're not yet convinced then take a look at the official video:
So Where Can you See it?
From today until 6th October, Mickey and friends will be entertaining families at the Braehead Area in Glasgow. If you fancy heading up there to catch the show for it's first leg, why not find a nearby hotel? You can still get some last minute availability at The Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport. After this the tour moves down to Newcastle from the 7th to the 5th October and then comes to the Phones4U Arena in Manchester, yes that's my neck of the woods! If you're not as local as me why not make a weekend of it and check out the latest offers at the Crowne Plaza Manchester Airport?
After a short break your favourite Disney skaters will be kicking off the Birmingham leg of the tour on 22nd of October at the National Indoor Arena, They'll be performing there for two weeks, including Half Term, which makes it ideal for a minibreak in the school holidays, you could pair the show with a family stay at Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC.
The tour continues down the country and ends up in London for the Festive period so you have plenty of opportunities to catch it!
Will you be booking tickets?
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