Disney On Ice: Princess Wishes Reviews
Newest Review: ... show and you could hear the gasp from around the arena as hundreds of little girls (and a few parents!) saw their favourite fairy. The show was spectacular, with scenes from Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, the Little Mermaid - complete with an amazing Under the Sea 1st half finale, Sleeping Beauty , Cinderella, Snow White and Aladdin. There were a few parts that could be called scary if your child is of a nervous disposition, such as the dragon from sleeping beauty - but they only last a few minutes. Be warned that most little girls go dressed up as their favourite princess, the day I went it was like a Snow White convention! The skaters w... more
Customer Disney On Ice: Princess Wishes Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/04/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I took my 2 daughters aged 2 and 3 to see this last year. At the time they were vaguely aware of princesses and liked watching Disney's Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella, but didn't know much about the other ones. From the first minute they were absolutely entranced. Tinkerbell opens the show and you could hear the gasp from around the arena as hundreds of little girls (and a few parents!) saw their favourite fairy. The show was spectacular, with scenes from Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, the Little Mermaid - complete with an amazing Under the Sea 1st half finale, Sleeping Beauty , Cinderella, Snow White and Aladdin. There were a few parts that could be called ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/10 (Very useful, 295 readings)
Last Christmas time I took my three year old daughter to Disney Princesses on Ice, after recently coming back from Euro Disney and the beginning of my daughters obsession with Disney Princesses! We went to see this at Sheffield Arena in early December and thoroughly enjoyed it. The tickets were roughly £45 for the two of us to go, which I thought was pretty average for this kind of thing. On our arrival to the arena, it was clear to see that I had made the right decision by dressing her up in a snow white dress as roughly 90% of the children were dressed up. If you plan to go to something similar next year, I would advise to do this as they will feel left out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
This was the fourth Disney on ice show that I have been to - ive seen Toy Story 2 on Ice, Finding Nemo on Ice, Incredibles on ice and now Princess Wishes.... And each of them have been excellent!!! The ice shows tour the UK annually - usually starting around August and running through to about November. Tickets usually go on sale in about March and they sell out pretty quickly so keep your eyes peeled. Each tour is different - but I loved the Princess one - as would any little girl out there. Every princess was on hand - even Mulan who is generally quite ignored in the princess round up - and it touched upon each of ... Read the complete review
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