Monday 1 September 2014

Disney On Ice 100 Years Of Magic

With Leo getting older there are so many things I look forward to doing with him. With Leo's age comes an innocence and magic that reflects on everything that we do. Places we visit, the people we meet all stimulate a special spark that makes the entire experience extra magical. 

That's exactly why I am hoping to take Leo along to a Disney On Ice performance in the not too distant future. Leo absolutely adores many different Disney features, from modern day classics such as Toy Story, to films I used to love as a child such as Peter Pan. They are movies that never lose that special sparkle, that you can watch again and again and never tire of. I began investing in Leo's Disney education while I was pregnant, purchasing the DVDs that we are only really now getting around to watching. 

You may be aware that 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 -

The tour starts on the 26th December 2014 and runs until the 4th January 2015. The Disney On Ice 100 Years tour promises a magical experience for the young and old a like. They invite us to sing along with our favourite songs and celebrate the Disney we all know and love. As you would expect from a Disney show no detail has been forgotten and it boasts spectacular choreography, sets and of course beautiful costumes.  

If you are planning on going along to one of the shows then the below event information may be worth knowing.


Ticket prices start from around £15.00 depending on which venue you choose to visit. Children aged over the age of 2 years old will also need a ticket. There is not a separate ticket price for kid's and is the same price as an adults ticket. Children under the age of 2 can come along and sit on the adults lap.


- Glasgow
- Newcastle
- Manchester
- Birmingham 
- Sheffield
- Belfast
- London


In all the excitement we almost forget to consider the most practical of  aspects. Disney On Ice is a busy day for kids and grown up’s a like, and then of course there are the travel timings. Sometimes it is just easier to find a hotel for the night, and worry about the journey back the next day after a good night’s sleep. Of course with the expense of a fun filled family day out you don’t want to break the bank, you want a family friendly hotel within close proximity to your chosen venue. If you are visiting Glasgow, the Holiday Inn at Glasgow Airport is a great location. The Crowne Plaza Manchester Airport is a realistic option when visiting Disney on Ice in Manchester. When visiting Birmingham, the Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC is a perfect base.

The most important thing is to go along with your little ones and have an enjoyable day.

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