Get Your Skates On For Disney On Ice - Princess Wishes Tickets!!

Posted: 17th March 2009

The enchanting and successful Disney On Ice - Princess Wishes tour has been announced for this coming Autumn. It may feel as though Spring has hardly started but you will need to be quick to obtain tickets for this spectacular event that promises to delight young and old alike. Many famous characters will be skating their way through tales such as Snow White in love and Mulan, Tinkerbell and many more living their dreams on ice.

The tour begins in Manchester at the M.E.N. arena on the 30th September with prices starting at £9.50 for second choice seating, up to £33.50 for front row tickets. The run in Manchester continues until, and including, Sunday 4th October with plenty of daytime performances to choose from on the Saturday and Sunday although tickets do increase in price at these peak times. The tour continues to Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena for another week (6th - 11th Oct) before stopping off at the Birmingham National Indoor Arena for 12 days (14th - 25th Oct) where there will be a special school's show on Wednesday 21st October at 1.45pm at a special price of £10.50 a head. The celebrated O2 Arena is the venue for the London leg where prices start at £15.50 for certain evening performances and rising to £41 for front row action. The fun in the capital starts on the 28th Oct right through to 8th Nov inclusive before heading Northwards once more for shows in Nottingham Indoor Arena (11th - 15th Nov), Sheffield (17th - 22nd Nov and finally Liverpool's Echo Arena for the concluding set of performances running from 25th - 29th November.

This promises to be a spectacular event and in much demand due to the recent Dancing On Ice TV programme and the ever- growing fascination with all things Disney.

Just to keep you on your (twinkle) toes, tickets for only two of the regional shows are currently on sale: Manchester's Evening Arena and Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena. The rest go on general sale on Tuesday 14th April at midday.

Paul Pledger