Disney On Ice Returns to the North East this December

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Disney On Ice Returns to the North East this December

Disney On Ice presents Dream Big will visit Newcastle's Utilita Arena from 7-11 December 2022. Tickets will go on pre-sale at 9am on Friday 6 May and general sale at 9am on Friday 13 May. 

Sign up for pre-sale using this link. Priority customers will get the best choice of seats and money saving offers. 

Disney On Ice Returns to the North East this December

This glorious ice spectacle features favourite Disney friends such as Mickey, Minnie, Miguel, Moana, Elsa, Belle, Genie and more. 

The show will highlight the magic and advenutre of Disney's tales through world-class figure skating. 

Highlights will include: 

  • Be swept away with the fearless Moana and the greatest demigod that ever lived, Maui, on an action-packed voyage to restore the stolen heart of Te-Fiti.

  • Explore the Land of the Dead as Miguel from Disney Pixar’s Coco brings the festivities of Dia de los Meurtos to the ice.

  • Get tangled up in Rapunzel’s hair-raising quest to see the floating lights.

  • Travel to the kingdom of Arendelle with Anna, Elsa and Olaf in a dramatic retelling of the sisterly love that saved a kingdom.

  • And discover the strength, bravery and kindness that continues to inspire generation after generation with Jasmine, Ariel, Aurora, Belle and Cinderella.

I am so excited to read that one of my favourite characters, Princess Aurora, will be making an appearance. 

Show times are as follows: 
  • Wednesday 7 December 6:30pm 
  • Thursday 8 December 6:30pm 
  • Friday 9 December 4pm & 8pm 
  • Saturday 10 December 10:30am, 2:30pm & 6:30pm 
  • Sunday 11 December 10:30am, 2:30pm & 6:30pm 
I am so pleased that Disney On Ice is returning to Newcastle in December again. It was such a nice winter/pre-Christmas / non-Santa event last year and felt even more magical at this time of year. 

You can read our 2021 review and tips here (but please note, things will be different this year, especially regarding Covid policies). 

Tickets are available from £18. Children under the age of 2 (0-23 months) do not need a ticket and can sit on your lap. 

Disney On Ice FAQs 

What age would you recommend Disney On Ice for? 

I think Disney On Ice is brilliant for all ages. Toddlers may not understand everything about the show but will be trasfixed by the music, lighting and magic of it all and obviously it depends on the person by Dee who is now 13 still genuinely enjoys Disney On Ice and still likes to watch.

The shows really are for the whole family and it's difficult not to get swept away in the magic of it all. I usually end up crying at some point, not because I'm sad but just because the emotion and excitement of it all can be overwhelming. Especially when you see little ones looking so happy when they spot their heroes on the ice and they give a little wave / sing along at the top of their voices.  

How long is the show? 

The show lasts for 2 hours 15 minutes with an interval. Doors open 1 hour before the show. 

I would recommend catching a morning / afternoon performance if visiting with very young children.  

How do I sign up for priority tickets? 

You can sign up for priority tickets here. Make sure you complete all of the stages. 

Where are the best seats? 

Disney On Ice uses the whole of the arena floor - there is no 'front' or main stage. I have sat in all locations to watch the show over the years and can genuinely say that we've never had a bad seat and you can take it all in and enjoy the show from every seat. If I had to pick, I would go for the longer sides of the arena about mid-way up (yes I actually prefer these to rinkside). 

Is it cold? What should I wear? 

It is generally a couple of degrees cooler than outside but doesn't feel freezing. A winter coat will be fine. Lots of children enjoy getting dressed up as their favourite Disney character with their coats over the top which is always cute to see. Please note, it is official policy that anyone over the age of 14 cannot dress up due to the confusion it may cause to children.

What are the rules regarding Covid? 
How much are tickets? 

Tickets are available from £18 per person. 

Does my baby need a ticket? 

Babies aged 0-23 months do not require a ticket. They will not be provided with their own seat and will need to sit on your lap. 

Tickets will go on general sale from 9am on Friday the 13 May via Disneyonice.com and Utilitaarena.co.uk



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