The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice Review #adgifted

The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice is probably my favourite show to date. We were invited along for the opening night in the First Direct Arena in Leeds last week. The show was every bit as magical as I had hoped for!

The Lion King Disney on Ice

There is no age limited to a love of Disney, and I am no exception. I have to admit that I even cried during the Lion King segment. Mufasa's death gets me every time, no matter what medium I watch it in. I thought the staging was particularly impressive for this segment of the show.


I also really loved Aladdin, the songs are brilliant and get totally into your head. I've been singing them since I left the arena and keep getting told off by my son for it! He's ten now, and it's great that he still enjoys Disney on Ice. Although this year he said there was 'way too much love' in it!

The Little Mermaid Disney on Ice
Queen Elsa Diseny on Ice

It's an action-packed show, with so many Disney characters, I'm not even sure how they managed to fit them all into one show. The only part that I found mildly tedious is the Frozen segment, as it's never not been in a Disney on Ice show that we've seen. It still goes down well with the younger children though and Olaf is a great character to watch.

The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice

Resorts World Arena - Birmingham - 03.04.2019 - 07.04.2019
The SSE Hydro - Glasgow - 11.04.2019 - 14.04.2019
M&S Bank Arena - Liverpool - 17.04.2019 - 21.04.2019
Motorpoint Arena - Cardiff - 24.04.2019 - 28.04.2019
SSE Arena - Belfast - 03.05.2019 - 05.05.2019
City West Hotel - Dublin - 10.05.2019 - 12.05.2019

Tickets are still available, and you can buy them here.

Snow White and Queen

Disclosure: We are being provided with a family ticket for the purpose of  a preview and review post. All opinion is my own.