Disney On Ice Presents Frozen

Disney On Ice

Last year we thoroughly enjoyed seeing Disney On Ice Worlds of Enchantment at Christmas.

This year we were invited back to the O2 to see the new instalment – Disney On Ice Frozen and it did not disappoint.

The heartwarming Academy Award®-winning tale you love is now a full length production live on ice. It started with the stars of the show coming out in their sports gear to teach us how to do the Olaf dance, before welcoming Mickey and Minnie on stage, who then introduced some of their favourite Disney characters from Nemo to Cinderella, Snow White and Ariel and more.

Disney On Ice

We were then magically whisked away to wintry Arendelle, where we met a young Sven and Kristoff finding ice before meeting the young Anna and Elsa who introduced us to the story with “Do you want to build a Snowman”.

The story followed Frozen perfectly, with dazzling special effects and astonishing skating as we all sang and danced along to our favourite songs including “Let It Go”, “In Summer” and “Fixer Upper”.

Disney On Ice Frozen

I did wonder how Olaf, Kristoff, Sven and Anna would do the abdominal Snowman scene but a huge, imposing inflatable character came out puffing smoke and following them around the ice.

Disney On Ice Frozen

Now, I love Olaf and his “In Summer” performance but the show stealers for me were the Trolls who helped us discover that true love is the most magical power of all!

Disney On Ice Frozen

This show is an unforgettable celebration of love and friendship left us singing and smiling all the way home.

Disney on Ice Frozen

If you are planning a visit to see Disney On Ice at the O2, there are some things worth noting. We were not allowed to take food and drink inside and had to throw it away at the gates. You are also not permitted to take bags larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm so if you have a baby and a changing bag, it would be wise to only take wipes and a couple of nappies.

The merchandise is also very pricey – we paid £22 for Eliza’s wand and there are merchandise stands everywhere you look, so be prepared for the “I want’s”.

That said, we had a wonderful time and cannot wait for the 100 Years of magic show in the Spring.

Disclaimer: We were invited along to see the show for the purpose of a review. All opinions are our own.

 

13 thoughts on “Disney On Ice Presents Frozen

  1. Susan Mann says:

    I loved this and your pictures are fab. I think it does cost a lot for extras, but being Disney I expected it. You got some great photos xx
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  2. I’ve always loved watching dancers – I love how the glide on ice and those are great tips at the end about negotiating the O2 with a baby!
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  3. Adele says:

    That sounds brilliant, my girls would love that!

  4. Kerry Norris says:

    My daughter would’ve loved to have seen this. Annoyingly it wasn’t on in Cardiff x
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  5. Alina says:

    It’s always annoying about extra costs you didn’t expect. I bet it’s awesome indeed and would love to take niece one day 🙂

  6. We have never been butbit looks amazing so maybe next year!

  7. Aaaw we used to love the Disney on Ice events but the added costs are ridiculous sometimes at this and other kids events. We take our 11 yr old to WWE but the costs there are getting higher everytime we go x
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  8. Oh I am super jealous, I would have loved to take the girls to see this but missed out on tickets! It looks amazing and I will definitely be getting tickets for the next tour! xx
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  9. Sophie says:

    This looks like a wonderful day out! I’d love to see it (if only my 7 year old boy was keen!)
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  10. We tried to get tickets for this in Glasgow but it was sold out. It looks amazing. I don’t like all the added extra costs. I don’t mind buying a drink for the kids and some sweets but a friend of mines was charged £11 a drink for her kids as they came in Disney cups!
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  11. It looks amazing. I would love to take the kids, we are complete Disney nuts in my house.
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  12. Jen says:

    I can imagine it was utterly amazing. How lovely. Shame about the extra costs though; that always annoys me, especially for a child’s event.

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