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Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure is coming to The Metro Radio Arena this October and we can not wait to go. Like most kids I loved Disney when I was little. I played my tape of The Little Mermaid over and over until the film came off and I honestly thought that if I used a fork to comb my hair that it made me more mermaid-like.
Now I've got kids of my own I have rekindled my love for all things Disney. Whilst we'll use general kids tv for background noise whilst we are playing or I'm making the tea, if we have a sofa day it's always a Disney film we pick up. I love Disney films as I'll sit down with my two and properly watch it with them. We'll all take it in, laughing at the same time. I mean boasting that I'm more of a present mam when we are watching a film compared to Paw Patrol isn't exactly going to win me any parenting award, but I do love that Disney films have got something for all of us. I was genuinely shocked when I found out Prince Hans was just using Anna for money - it's usually Love Island that I get those kind of thrills from. And the songs, oh the songs. Is there anything more heartwarming then pretending you are on Strictly and dancing around the living room with a toddler. My 3 year old loves all the songs from Frozen. We play them loud enough in the car on the way to nursery to mask where he's made a wild and usually inaccurate guess at what the words are, to drown out the fact that despite my warbling I'm not such a great singer. Often 10 minutes after dropping them off and being totally childfree on the way to work, I'll realise that I'm still doing a pretty dramatic rendition of 'Love is an Open Door'.
My sister and 5 year old niece are coming to Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure with me and my Big Toddler. I so can't wait to see their happy, canny little faces when we get there. Big shows like Passport to Adventure, that are great for younger kids, don't come to Newcastle very often. It'll be the first time either of them will have been to the Arena and I know they'll be so excited to see the show. My niece is Disney princess mad. We are forever having to take on the role of Ariel, Anna or Elsa and play with her Disney dolls with her. She has pretty much every Disney outfit and she is going to adore seeing the Disney lasses not only in their finest garb, but skating around the ice with them, dancing, singing and from the promo pics a bit of flying! Whilst I think my Big Toddler will be just taken with all of the lights, sounds and smells of his big night out, I think my niece will really savour all of the special Disney touches.
Celebrate the most memorable Disney tales with all your favourite characters in Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure. Join Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy and Daisy on a journey to the timeless worlds of Disney’s The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and Disney’s Frozen.
You and your family will explore the African Pride Lands with Simba and friends, voyage to Ariel’s underwater kingdom and fly from London to Neverland with Peter Pan and Wendy to meet up with Tinker Bell. You’ll also travel to Arendelle for an extraordinary adventure with sisters Anna and Elsa, mountain man Kristoff and the huggable snowman Olaf. What’s more, don’t miss the pre-show party! Enjoy every second of this sensational show – starting with the chance to warm up at the fabulously fun Fit to Dance pre-show featuring Zootropolis! Upbeat music, lovable characters and unforgettable moments make Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure an experience your family will cherish forever!
Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure is at The Metro Radio Arena for 10 performances between Tuesday 3rd - Sunday 8th October 2017. Ticket prices vary but start at £19.80. Tickets are available via The Metro Radio Arena booking page
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