This March holidays, we once again caught Disney On Ice in Singapore! Although we also caught Disney on Ice last year, this year’s show was very different.
Last year’s Disney on Ice revolved around four stories: The Little Mermaid, Tangled, Beauty and the Beast and Frozen. There was a lot of focus on the Disney Princesses and their Princes and couple skating.
Whereas this year’s Disney on Ice was more of a showcase of Disney classics across generations, from Walt Disney’s first animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, to the most recent Finding Dory.
So instead of four, we saw characters from seven animations appearing before us.
But with the increase in the number of animation films being brought the stage, there was less ‘depth’ to each film. So it was a bit of a touch and go for some of the films.
The show started with a roar as The Lion King took the stage.
This was followed by Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. I loved the part where Snow White teased the audience, asking us if she should eat the apple and all the kids screamed, “NOOOOOO!!!”
Next up was Aladdin, where you have to get your cameras ready for the moment the genie popped out from the magic lamp!
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This followed by The Little Mermaid. Which was much shorter than last year’s Little Mermaid segment and was missing the prince.
I think I came with too high expectations for The Little Mermaid because last year’s Little Mermaid segment really blew us away. And the lack of couple skating here (since there was no prince) was a bit of a let down.
And then we met Rapunzel. And one little girl, who turned out to be Ai Sakura‘s lil pumpkin, saw her dream come true as she raised the lantern with the cast.
And just before we took a break for the intermission, we saw a whole parade of Disney Princesses & Princes take the stage. I wasn’t expecting the appearance of so many of them!
And that was just half the show! I am going to stop here for now and leave you hanging. Disney on Ice is still performing at Singapore Indoor Stadium until 19 March 2017 (Sun). So it’s still not too late to get your tickets for the show!
Show Dates and Timings:
15 March 2017 (Wed): 6.30pm
16 March 2017 (Thur): 6.30pm
17 March 2017 (Fri): 2.30pm, 6.30pm
18 March 2017 (Sat): 10.30am, 2.30pm, 6.30pm
19 March 2017 (Sun): 10.30am, 2.30pm, 6.30pm
Tickets can be purchased from www.sportshubtix.sg, with family friendly tickets starting at $25 online.
Categories & Pricing
Magical Moment Package: $200
Cat 1: $65
Cat 2: $45
Cat 3: $25
Cat 4: $25
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