Disney on Ice Review – Passport to Adventure
We love Disney on Ice in our house and we were very lucky to go and see Disney on Ice last year so when we were asked if we wanted to go and see Disney on Ice – Passport to Adventure this year we jumped at the chance.
It was a great ending to our year, and a great little Christmas Treat for us all.
Baba was so excited as this year not only had Minnie and Mickey and all of their friends going off on their holiday adventure who he still loves and watches regularly.
But it also had some of his favourite characters, Lilo and Stitch. I think we all know the words off by heart to Lilo and Stitch and Baba is a little obsessed with the fact that Stitch is an experiment. So the fact that the Lilo and Stitch part of Disney on Ice was about catching Stitch really impressed him. He loved seeing all the aliens and watching them trying to catch Stitch.
He also loves the Little Mermaid and loves watching all of the fish and Sebastian the Crab doing his singing and dancing. We were really near the front this year and being able to see all the fish costumes up close was amazing. It meant that Baba could wave to all the dancers and he loved being able to see the different fish, Flounder, and Sebastian all up close.
We thought the first half was amazing, with these and the Lion King, all of them were fantastic shows. However the second half all devoted to Peter Pan was truly amazing. The pirates and Captain Hook did a fantastic dance that Baba was in hysterics at he loved it. There was lots of flying, and dancing and it finished with the biggest crocodile in the world coming to eat Captain Hook. Which all the children not just Baba were commenting on and having a great time seeing.
All in all the whole show was fantastic and we had such a good time. It started promptly, and really was a very good organised event.
When we asked Baba what he liked the best his reply was “all of it” which I think sums it totally up to be honest. We would totally recommend Disney on Ice – Passport to Adventure to everyone, you don’t just have to be a child Mr L and I loved it just as much as Baba but it also does cater for a massive age range. There certainly were big age ranges watching it this year, from grandparents right down to small babies, a total family day out. There is still time to get tickets as well Disney on Ice – Passport to Adventure is still showing at Wembley Arena until 6 January 2013, you can go to the site and find out more information here.