Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) Skating characters will be returning to Birmingham rather sooner than what was expected. The entertainment giant announced that they intend to return to Birmingham for Disney On Ice, during April 2017.
This is despite the fact, that Disney only just recently left Birmingham, however, it is official – and tickets will go on sale, on November 11. The show will be called, 100 Years Of Magic and will take place at Genting Arena at Birmingham NEC.
Disney On Ice will feature a host of well-known and loved Disney skating characters. The likes of which, include Toy Story, Beauty And The Beat, Pinocchio, The Lion King, Frozen, Donald Duck And Goofy, and of course, Mickey And Minnie Mouse.
What theme to anticipate for Disney skating characters throughout Disney on ice
The producer responsible for Disney On Ice in Birmingham stated, “This particular production, is by far the largest Disney On Ice show we currently have touring, bringing together everyone’s favorite characters from Snow White and Mickey Mouse to Elsa and Anna.”
In addition to this, in order to ensure that the audience is maximizing their enjoyment of the show, Disney has included 30 of their most popular theme songs throughout the play. This is sure to get the children, and adults alike singing along.
Some of the songs that will be included in the show will include Hakuna Matata, You’ve Got A Friend In Me, Let It Go, and lastly, A Whole New World.
Further details on the Disney on ice show
Although, tickets are not yet available, therefore the price cannot be ordained, there has been an announcement that the show will go on between April 12, 2017 – April 16, 2017. It was also announced on top of famous Disney skating characters, there will be a pre-show, Fit To Dance, which is aimed to get families active.
Disney stock closed at $92.39, witnessing a decline of $0.30 or 0.32%.
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