A central London park was covered in real snow today by Disney On Ice to announce its next ice spectacular; Disney On Ice presents Frozen.
To celebrate the first-ever LIVE performance of the entire Frozen story coming to the UK, Cavendish Square in London’s West-End was transformed into a magical wintery scene with an enormous blanket of real snow, 41 years to the day since London last saw snow on 2nd June 1975.
Television personality, mum of two and a life-long Disney On Ice fan Michelle Heaton attended the event with her four-year-old daughter Faith.
They were joined by a group of 20 children from Variety the Children’s Charity, who all relished in the rare sight of snow in summer by making snow angels, building snowmen and meeting some very special guests.
Disney On Ice presents Frozen will transport audiences to the magical Kingdom of Arendelle, visiting ten cities across the UK from 13th October to 30th December. Due to tremendous public response, new performances have now been added and tickets for the new performances are on sale at 9am on Friday 3rd June at seetickets.com!
Check out some pictures from the event below: