Disney On Ice Presents Passport To Adventure

Many many years ago I went to watch Disney On Ice, I was around 6 years old and I can still remember the magic I felt watching it. We were lucky enough to be chosen to go and ride on a cart on the ice and it was amazing! Fast forward 30 years to last night and I finally got to take Cody to see Disney On Ice. We were invited to go and watch Passport to adventure and also go to the meet and greet before the show started.
The boys were astounded to meet Mickey, little Brody managed to photobomb someone else's picture, as soon as he saw Mickey he bolted over to him! The boys had a fab time at the meet and greet, they were treated to some yummy food & drinks. We left to head to our seats and the boys were given a fab goody bag containing a cuddly toy Mickey, a show programme and a colouring book, they thought all their Christmas's had come at once.
Excited boys showing off their goody bag products
We were sat just 6 rows from the ice so we had an amazing view, as soon as the warm-up skaters came onto the ice for fit to dance the boys were transfixed and apart from the singing along we lost them to the magic of Disney.
We were taken on a journey through some of Disney classics, introduced by Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Daisy & Donald. We even got to see some of the Zootropolis, they set the scene for what we were about to see.
After the overture, we started our journey with Its A Small world, which was stunning. The costumes and sequins were spectacular and although the boys weren't familiar with Its a small world they were still transfixed by it.
Next up was some familiar territory for the boys as they sang along to all the songs. The atmosphere in the arena was electric as everyone joined in old and young, you really get caught up in the excitement.
Peter Pan is one of my all-time favourite Disney films and seeing it on the ice was so good. It was so elegant and it was amazing to see the characters fly around the arena.
After a short interval, we were taken to the next step of our journey, under the sea with the little mermaid. The boys sang their little hearts out to under the sea. Cody was quick to spot on of the performers was the same person, so I explained that the cast plays lots of different parts. He was impressed that they remember all the different songs and choreography. I have to agree with him, the cast as amazing.
Passport to adventure certainly saved the best till last with Frozen. The atmosphere in the arena was immense, hearing all the little ones belting out the songs. The boys loved the snow showering down from the sky onto the ice rink, you could feel a chill in the air and it really made you feel like you were there with them. 
The finale saw the whole cast rejoin the ice for the final song, the boys loved seeing Mickey and crew closing the show. it really shows you how big the cast is. It was a truly magical show and we enjoyed every minute of it.
Disney On Ice Passport To Adventure runs for 2 more days at the Manchester Arena and there are tickets still available, with prices starting from £30. After that you can catch the show at the following venues:
Arena Birmingham 18-29 October
SSE Arena, Belfast 3-5 November
Citywest Hotel, Dublin 10-12 November
FlyDSA Arena, formerly Sheffield Arena 15-19 November
The O2, London 20-30 December
You can find out show times and book tickets directly from the Disney On Ice Passport To Adventure Website.
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