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Tuesday, 18 October 2016

A Magical Night at Disney On Ice presents Frozen, Newcastle | A Review


Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena

I'm sure I'm not the only 30+ year old that cried when I first watched Frozen. There is something about both Ana and Elsa that I just really identify with! There was just no way we were going to miss Disney On Ice presents Frozen when the worldwide tour stopped by Newcastle. We reserved our tickets months ago (perhaps it was even over a year ago) and as the days counted down, the excitement started to build. 

Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena
Credit and Copyright | Tony Hall Photography

We found our seats and before we knew it and there was no holding the crowd back as characters from Disney's greatest love stories appeared on the ice before us. I won't spoil it for you but both Heidi's and Jack's favourite characters appeared. With Disney On Ice in the past, there are usually four separate sets of characters and performances but during the introduction to this year's show, the characters just kept on coming.......it was an AMAZING introduction and the crowd couldn't get enough.

Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena
Credit and Copyright | Tony Hall Photography

Disney On Ice presents Frozen brings the well-loved story to life in front of your eyes. The performance includes skillful skating, comedy sketches, a touch of magic plus all of your favourite songs and characters with Olaf and Sven being real favourites.

Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena
Credit and Copyright | Tony Hall Photography

I wondered if Disney On Ice presents Frozen might have been deemed too 'girly' for our boys but it was far from it. Jack loved the wolves, the rather scary snow monster (if you have sensitive children - look out for him around 10 minutes into the second half) and was killing himself laughing at the Duke of 'Weasel Town' and his OTT comedy sketches.

Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena
Credit and Copyright | Tony Hall Photography

As for Heidi, she was absolutely in her element. Singing along, standing up and dancing in her seat and we swear Princess Elsa waved at us. Plus, as we had been invited along as VIPs, we managed to meet the REAL Elsa and Ana! Excited much!

Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena - meet and greet Elsa and Ana

As for me, I said to my friend that I would have happily enjoyed the show even if I didn't have any kids with me. I sang my heart out and there is something special about singing 'Let it go' with an arena full of people. Plus, there is a special Disney On Ice Snapchat filter available if you are attending the show. Swoon!!

Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena - Frozen Snapchat Filter
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Disney On Ice presents Frozen brought us snow (on more than one occasion), laughter and lots of happy memories. We left with lots of happy children who were all proclaiming tonight to be the best night ever. My children are already asking if we can return tomorrow,

If you don't already have tickets, there are still some available if you're quick. Disney On Ice presents Frozen continues at Newcastle Metro Radio Arena until 23rd October. Tickets are available here. 

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Disney On Ice presents Frozen - A spoiler free review from opening night at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena



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9 comments

  1. i didnt realise they're doing a frozen version. this would be good to watch

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  2. It was amazing! I nearly cried when all the characters came out....The excitement was just too much! I have a sore throat now from singing along. lol It is such a good show. x

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  3. Oh wow, this looks absolutely spectacular. It looks like you had the time of your life there! My girlies would love it!

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  4. Doesn't the show look wonderful. It looks like you had a lovely time there.

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  5. Wow I love musicals this is something I would love to go see with my nieces because my hubby would die before I dragged him to go see frozen lol... men's lol...

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  6. You've just made me super excited for tonight now! We can't wait. I can't believe how fast you've got this out. You are a blogging machine!

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  7. I caught this when they were in Singapore and I loved it!

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  8. I am so gutted to not have gone to this, Zoe is still a little bit little and I couldn't justify it just for me. lol

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  9. I am still a big kid and love Disney. I would happily go and watch this on my own. I am glad that all your family enjoyed it x

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