Fabulous life: Cape Town to host Madam Zingara and Disney on Ice

On this week’s Fabulous Life feature we focus on the brand new production from Madame Zingara which opens tonight; called 'The Celebration' as well as everything you need to know about Disney on Ice, which kicks off its new season at Grand West tomorrow.

CapeTalk’s Pippa Hudson speaks to the Marketing Director of The Celebration; Nicky-Anne de Beer who says she is looking forward to tonight’s opening.

According to De beer they’ve been working on this production for 14 months and the show is bigger, better and will grant the audience a chance to step into the fantasy world.

Booking is via 0861 623 263 or boxoffice@madamezingara.com. Advance bookings highly recommended. Please note the age restriction: 16+

Tickets range from R650 to R1250 per person

Disney on Ice @ Grand West Arena

The production’s original storyline carries the audiences to exciting events with their favourite Disney characters, including a Valentine’s Day Royal Ball with Disney Princesses, including Tiana, Cinderella and Ariel; a Very Merry UnBirthday Party with Alice and the Mad Hatter and others.

To tell us more about Disney on Ice opening we speak to the Director of Showtime Management, Tony Feldman:

This year’s show is called 'Let’s Celebrate' which is a whole bunch of world-wide holidays with the Disney characters, whether is celebrating Halloween with the Disney Villains, or a Valentine’s day. It revolutionises itself every year and its fun

Tony Feldman, Director of Showtime Management

Tickets range from R100 to R300 each, available at Computicket

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