Thursday, 3 December 2015

Disney on Ice Review


From a young age Grotbags has loved anything relating to Disney, from watching the movies to playing with Disney toys and I really cannot tell you how excited she was when last weekend we had the pleasure of attending Disney on Ice at Sheffield Arena.  I have captured some of those moments on video, what do you think?



When we entered the Arena there was such a fabulous feeling, you could almost see the anticipation on the children’s  faces as they eagerly awaited the opening of the show.  Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy hosted the show and quickly introduced  Andy’s  toys out of Toy Story, Slinky, the green soldiers, Ken and Barbie, Jessie, Woody, Buzz Lightyear and many more took to the ice and gave a magical performance staged in the Sunnyside Daycare.  



Next on the ice was the Little Mermaid along with all her colourful friends in their fantastic costumes.   I must say this was Grotbags favourite film when she was little and the excitement on her face was magical as Flounder helped Ariel to regain her voice.

For me the star of the show was Cars, what an amazing achievement to have all the animated cars moving around the ice so smoothly,  they really were fab.



The finale saw Anna and Elsa from Frozen skate a spectacular performance along with Olaf, Hans and Kristoff.  There was snow and sparks and the magical ice tower made the show dramatic and believable.


We had such an amazing time and I would definitely recommend this show to young and old alike.  The work that goes on backstage must be unbelievable.  What a lovely family event to attend. 

We received the tickets for Disney on Ice free of charge for the purpose of this review, but the opinions are entirely our own.

22 comments:

  1. I would love to go see Disney on Ice what a magical experience. Lots of fun for adults and children alike.

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    1. It really is Ana, so much fun and lovely to experience around Christmas, it makes it even more magical x

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  2. I remember taking my daughter to see Disney on ice in the early 2000's, we enjoyed it more than her at the time, it's such a timeless thing to watch isn't it!

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    1. It really is a lovely way to spend a couple of hours Daniella x

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  3. I saw Disney on Ice when I was a kid and I LOVED it. So lots of happy memories for me reading this.

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    1. I'm glad Dannii, some things stay with us as precious memories x

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  4. My daughter would love to watch this. Sounds good.

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    1. I'm sure she would love it Stella x

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  5. Its looks so good I went as a kid and cant wait for my daughter to get into it.

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    1. It won't be long Hannah, they soon grow up x

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  6. I managed to get free tickets about 5 years ago for me and my children. They loved the show and I was pretty impressed too x

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    1. We were impressed Emma-Jane, it was well worth the trip x

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  7. Gosh my daughter would have loved to see this performance, how lucky are you:-)

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  8. I would love to go and see this, looks magical

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    1. It was Natasha, it made a lovely start to the Christmas preparations x

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  9. I have never been and now I really want to go, it looks so magical x

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  10. It must have been fun to see! I personally didn't watch much disney growing up. It was all about boy shows like Dragon ball Z and Pokémon for me!

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  11. I went to see Disney on Ice YEARS at in Newcastle and I loved it so much! xxx

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  12. Apparently I went to see Disney on Ice when I was really little (like 3 year old) and cried all the way through it, but god knows why because your experience sounds amazing! :) x

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  13. So magical! I always wanted to see Disney on Ice when I was a kid and I really must get round to it as an adult. Looks like such fun. x

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  14. They are great shows but can work out expensive if you visit the merchandise stall!

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