If you’re following me over on Instagram, which you totally should, you might have seen that we’ve recently gone on a very special trip to Birmingham or if you want, a magical journey around the world with Disney on Ice who kindly invited us to their latest show ‘Passport to Adventure’.
Disney On Ice – Passport to Adventure
We’ve been to Disney on Ice before but don’t think that once you’ve been, you’ve seen it all. The storyline and characters change every single year and it’s a truly magical experience for all the family.
This year, Mickie, Minnie and friends take you to the African Pride Lands where you meet Simba, Nala and their funny sidekicks Timon and Pumba, the underwater kingdom of The Little Mermaid as well as London and the magical world of Neverland where you come face to face with Peter Pan, Tinkerbell and Captain Hook.
Before you head home, though, Disney’s classic characters whisk you away to Arendell and the winter wonderland of Frozen. Watch the extraordinary adventure with sisters Anna and Elsa, rugged mountain man Kristoff and everyone’s favourite, huggable snowman Olaf, as they journey to discover that true love is the most magical power of all.
You think I’m using the word ‘magical’ too much? Well, I don’t think I’ve used it enough to describe how truly wonderful this year’s Disney on Ice ‘Passport to Adventure’ really is. The girls were absolutely mesmerised from the minute their favourite Disney characters stepped onto the ice and I might have had to wipe away a little tear when Simba and Nala skated to ‘Can you feel the love tonight?’. It was simply stunning.
Disney On Ice – a magical experience for all the family
The skaters are absolutely world-class. There wasn’t a single fall or tumble and the mix of your favourite Disney songs, the staging and the costumes made the stories around Simba, Ariel, Peter Pan and Elsa really come to life. If you fancy seeing the show yourself, make sure to check out the Disney on Ice tour schedule and the best way to get tickets.
They might seem a little pricey initially but I promise you, it’s definitely worth the money. I haven’t seen a single child who didn’t like it or got restless and it’s a great introduction to stage shows etc. for children. It’s a really informal setting aimed at families with young children, there’s a Zootropolis pre-party that invites your kids to dance along, so don’t worry if your little ones want to get up and dance or sing along a little too loudly. It’s meant to be a fun experience for all the family and it really is – every single year!
Have you been to see this year’s Disney on Ice show ‘Passport to Adventure’ or any of the older shows? What did you think?
We were guests of Disney on Ice and provided with complimentary tickets.