Join Disney favourites for their latest ice show - The Solihull Observer

Join Disney favourites for their latest ice show

Solihull Editorial 6th Feb, 2014 Updated: 21st Oct, 2016   0

CHARACTERS from films Cars and Toy Story will join Mickey and Minnie Mouse in the latest Disney on Ice show at the LG Arena in Birmingham.

Audiences will be whisked away to four magical locations during eight performances over four days from March 13 to 16.

The on-ice excitement begins when Mickey Mouse embarks on an adventurous journey with Minnie Mouse to uncover each world of fantasy, but the plan goes awry when their cherry red roadster unexpectedly breaks down.

Although Donald Duck and Goofy try, it takes the assistance of the coolest Cars on the ice to get the pistons firing again.

Mickey and Minnie’s road trip continues by diving into Ariel’s fluorescent, coral-covered world in The Little Mermaid and into the colourful fantasy land of Disney’s Fairies for the Tinker Bell segment.

“From the contemporary feel of Cars and Toy Story 3 to the timeless quality of The Little Mermaid and Tinker Bell, audiences will see four completely different Disney worlds brought to life,” said producer Kenneth Feld.

“All of this provides a value that is truly unparallelled in the world of live family entertainment. More than ever before, there’s something for everyone.”

Tickets to see Disney On Ice’s World of Fantasy are priced from £16.60 from

The full tour schedule:

First Direct Arena, Leeds: March 5-9

LG Arena, Birmingham: March 13-16

Capital FM Arena, Nottingham: March 20-23

The SSE Hydro, Glasgow: March 27-30

Echo Arena, Liverpool: April 2-6

Wembley Arena, London: April 17-20

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff: April 23-27


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