Worlds of Enchantment | Review

Reviewed on 21 Oct 2015
  • Event review

    With winter approaching  it can only mean one thing! Another magical show from Disney On Ice.

    Adults and children attended in their thousands to watch some of their favourite Disney characters take to the ice.

    Don't forget, Disney On Ice presents Frozen heads to our arena this October!


    The show started in typical fashion with hosts Mickey and Minnie Mouse getting the crowd excited for the journey ahead, and were soon joined by the loveable Donald Duck and Goofy.

    The first trip on our adventure was Toy Story which started with a high energy dance sequence from the toy soldiers. Following the dance sequence we were introduced to the rest of the Toy Story cast. The energy from the cast was brilliant, the stand out characters however were Buzz Lighyear and Barbie’s Ken; Buzz’s energy from start to finish was brilliant and the actor playing Ken looked the part and really made you believe in the character.

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    The next adventure was the little mermaid which looked spectacular with all the vibrant colours. The musical numbers really got the crowd moving especially “Under the Sea” and the way in which Ariel and Flounder moved around the rink made you believe that they were really under the sea.

    The third adventure of the show was cars, all of which looked amazing as they drove around the ice for their action sequence.

    The last adventure of the evening  was the hit the movie Frozen. The show started with Anna taking to the ice performing a mash up of “For the First Time In Forever” and “Do You Want To Build A Snowman”.  During “Love Is An Open Door” the crowd were up and clapping and the second part of “For The First Time In Forever” was performed beautifully. From start to finish the main characters and extras gave off huge amounts of energy which was rewarded with a thunderous round of applause from the audience.  

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    Verdict

    A great show for the family and one I would thoroughly recommend.