Holiday on Ice
THE ORIGINAL – SPECTACULAR, VISIONARY, PASSIONATE
More than 330 million fascinated visitors have not only made HOLIDAY ON ICE the most successful format of live entertainment of all times, but first and foremost an unforgettable experience for the whole family.
Unlike any other show in the world, our popular revue combines the enchanting art of ice skating and ice dance with breathtaking acrobatics with daring jumps and aerial acts, embedded in ever-changing themes and worlds of adventure, dazzling audiences with great music and scintillating costumes.
This winter, the beautiful production TIME will take you on a journey to experience the most memorable moments in life: a first kiss, a long-lost love, an unforgettable holiday, a party under the stars with friends and loved ones. Embrace the magic, the spectacular atmosphere and the stunning performances of a world-class cast.
Frequently Asked Questions
A HOLIDAY ON ICE show lasts around two hours and 15 minutes, including a 20-minute intermission.
Yes. Please call the official HOLIDAY ON ICE ticket hotline +44 (0)844 847 1538 (Lines open 24hrs; 7p/min + providers’ access charge) to buy tickets.
HOLIDAY ON ICE shows take place in modern event locations, so that there are generally very good public transport links and plenty of on-site parking. However, please always check specifics with the event venue in Brighton.
For all performances in the UK you can buy your tickets online or via our ticket hotline on +44 (0)844 847 1538 (Lines open 24hrs; 7p/min + providers’ access charge).
The ice skaters in HOLIDAY ON ICE are representatives of the international ice-skating elite and come from all over the world.
You can find out more about the cast and creative team of TIME on our show page.
Admission to the hall generally begins around an hour before the event starts.
As the HOLIDAY ON ICE shows take place in a modern event hall, the temperature is around 20 degrees Celsius.
As HOLIDAY ON ICE shows are put on in modern event halls, the ice rink is only set up and dismantled for the respective tour dates. Depending on the existing structures on-site, the hall floor is covered with a plastic sheet and a layer of polystyrene around three centimetres thick. On this, we lay aluminium plates that are cooled so intensely using sophisticated technology that water freezes on them.
After the last show, the lighting, video and sound equipment are taken apart and then the ice rink is dismantled. The ice is loaded into disposal containers and disposed of appropriately at each venue.