The Disney on Ice show allowed children to dress up as their favorite characters during the performances and tell their exciting stories, creating joyful moments for children by impersonating Mickey and a number of his friends.
Amidst the children’s interaction and enthusiasm for the show, their choices varied in wearing the costumes of their favorite characters. Some children wore the Buzz Lightyear costume and lived exceptional moments as the character entered the stage to present dances and various arts.
During the show, some children impersonated the character of Woody and interacted with his entry with cheers, before enjoying some entertaining shows. Another group of children wore the costume of the famous character Elsa, with whom the girls felt special pleasure during their simulation of her character in different dresses and performances.
With the show’s characters sharing the children’s interests, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse received the most attention because of the children’s love for these characters. Children chanted as soon as Mickey and Minnie appeared on the stage.
While watching the show, which is presented for the first time in the Kingdom, the children expressed their passion for Disney characters, their enthusiasm for wearing their costumes, and their great joy with the various stories of the show, which is one of the most famous international shows in its field.
The Disney on Ice show features a variety of stories and world favorite characters for children such as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy, in addition to a series of trips and adventures to discover the most enjoyable memories.
The show, which is held at the Boulevard Arena in the Boulevard Riyadh City (BLVD RUH CITY), includes exciting events and tricks in the winter world of Arendelle, the movie “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, the adventures of “Disney Princesses”, and many special entertainment scenes and acts.
The international show, “Mickey and Friends” from “Disney on Ice”, continues until tomorrow, Wednesday, and is shown twice a day, the first at 4 pm and the second at 8 pm.