Disney On Ice is a popular show that gives children, and adults, a chance to watch their favourite Disney characters perform.
Disney On Ice presents: Dream Big will give fans a magical experience of their favourite characters and stories coming to life.
This time the show will feature some of the biggest dreamers in the Disney universe.
From ice skating to beloved Disney songs, the show offers something for everyone to enjoy and sing-a-long too.
So, when will the show return to Newcastle?
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming tour.
When is Disney On Ice coming to Newcastle?
The show will perform its premier on Wednesday 7 December, with the show scheduled for 6:30pm.
If you can’t make the premier then fear not, Disney On Ice will be in Newcastle for another nine shows after that.
Disney on Ice performances at the Utilita Arena Newcastle are as follows:
- 6:30pm, 7 December
- 6:30pm, 8 December
- 4pm, 9 December
- 8pm, 9 December
- 10:30am, 10 December
- 2:30pm, 10 December
- 6:30pm, 10 December
- 10:30am, 11 December
- 2:30pm, 11 December
- 6:30pm, 11 December
Can I still get tickets?
Tickets are available now on Ticketmaster.
At the time of publishing ticket prices started at £23.95 and went up to £48.50.
What Disney Characters will be there?
The popular show is known for bringing our favourite characters to life.
The show will feature the main characters of the Disney universe, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, who feature heavily throughout the show.
As well as your favourite mice, fans will be pleased to know that the likes of Moana and Maui from Moana will be making an appearance alongside Miguel from Disney Pixar’s Coco.
Famous Disney princesses such as Rapunzel, Jasmine, Ariel, Aurora, Belle and Cinderella will also be featured in the show.
Where else in the UK is the Disney On Ice show going?
Disney On Ice will be touring the whole of the UK later in the year, playing multiple shows across seven cities.
You can catch a show in the following cities and dates:
- Manchester: AO Arena from 2 – 6 November 2022
- Aberdeen: P&J Live from 10 – 13 November 2022
- Belfast: The SSE Arena from 18– 20 November 2022
- Birmingham: Resorts World Arena from November 30 – December 4, 2022
- Newcastle: Utilita Arena from 7 – 11 December 2022
- Sheffield: Utilita Arena from 15 – 18 December 2022
- London: The O2 from 22 – 31 December
What is Disney On Ice?
Disney On Ice has run for over 40 years bringing your favourite Disney characters to life all over the world.
The show was first introduced on 14 July 1981, with a new production being launched almost every year to accommodate the new movies and beloved characters.
The show is usually hosted by Mickey Mouse and assisted by his friends, and fan favourites, such as Minnie Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck.
In recent years the shows have also featured Disney Princesses, Frozen, The Lion King and Moana. As well as some Disney Pixar favourites like Coco.
The touring ice shows are produced by Feld Entertainment’s Ice Follies and Holiday on Ice, Inc under agreement with The Walt Disney Company.