10 things you need to know about Disney on Ice Passport to Adventure

The children sat, mesmerised by Captain Hook and his pirate ship gliding across the ice. Jolly pirates danced a jig to a well-known song and Tinkerbell flew through the air overhead. After last year’s Frozen show, they weren’t expecting such a vast array of colourful characters. Here’s what we learnt from watching the wonderful Disney On Ice Passport to Adventure. 1. Arrive early The atmosphere was electric outside the arena. Crowds of people milled around, looking for their entry gate. Excited children stood by posters of the cast to have their photograph taken, whilst adults queued to buy sparkly props.…

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Woody Wild Shows at Bluestone: Review

We were lucky enough to be invited to see two Woody Wild shows free of charge at Bluestone, for the purpose of this review. Lola’s Day in the Sun The first show we saw was Lola’s Day in the Sun. The shows take the format of the host reading from a magic book. Because of the book’s magical powers, whenever somebody reads it, the story comes true. So when the short story ended, the children helped the host to call Lola onto the stage. After a few attempts and some help from the grown-ups, Lola arrived to take the children on…

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