Wales’ recent chilly spell may have finally thawed, but this weekend saw Disney on Ice arrive at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.
Be prepared for your little ones to be mesmerised as their favourite Disney characters take to the ice and perform four enchanting stories, with Micky, Mini, Goofy & Donald Duck playing host in-between with their own mini shows.
This year’s Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment opened with the Toy Story gang escaping from Sunnyside Daycare, before diving into adventure with Ariel in The Little Mermaid’s enchanted undersea kingdom.
Following a short interval, Lightning McQueen and friends slide onto the ice in an incredible display – which left even the adults wondering how they managed to pull it all off.
Of course, no ice show would be complete without a wintry finale from sisters Anna and Elsa and pals Olaf and Kristoff from Disney’s Frozen, as they learn that true love comes from within.
Disney on Ice offers something for all of the families, with many of the quirks and sarcasms seen in the films that only adults will raise a smile to. However, if you’re expecting to visit the show as a way to put-off visiting Disneyland in Paris or Disney World in Florida, you’d be mistaken. The ice show is going to leave you and your loved ones wanting more.
Tickets vary in price, with those sitting closest in the front-facing blocks paying £38.00 + booking fee per seat. We were in Block B, Row B by the way. However, don’t let this put you off from attending, as on previous visits to watch the ice show, we were sat 12 or so rows back in a side block and we had great views. You will find that the performers make full use of the ice-rink available, so they will take it in-turns to circle around, giving everyone an equally fabulous view.
From wheels to waves, icy wonderlands to infinity and beyond, your family’s favourite Disney moments really do come to life at Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment – something that a book or DVD simply cannot do.