Lovely skating & costumes & great finale but shame on you O2 for your ridiculous prices for refreshments. We took 15 Brownies to the show tonight. Most had £5 with them. With ice creams at £3.50 & bottles if water at £2.30 they could only have one or the other. Coloured ice was £9 and hot dogs £6. This was a family show - you should feel ashamed of ripping of children & parents in this way.....
Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream
Until Sun Jan 5
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Apr 30 2013
Dancing on Ice meets Eurodisney, and does it's best to borrow the general magic of Christmas, in the latest Swarovski-encrusted Disney on Ice extravaganza. This time characters otherwise entirely unrenowned for their skating prowess will include favourites from 'Snow White', 'Tangled' and 'The Princess and the Frog', with highlights including Cinderella's slipper and Rapunzel's bountiful barnet.