Disney Live! in Bahrain

Mickey Mouse and his Disney chums are on stage in Bahrain this month

Disney Live! in Bahrain

Amusical mash-up of mega proportions is arriving in Bahrain this month, as the renowned Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival makes its island debut.

The show is set to be the biggest family-friendly entertainment performance the country has seen so far, and forms part of the exciting calendar of events planned for Manama Gulf Capital of Tourism 2016.

Expect to hear top hits from some of the world’s biggest family blockbusters, such as Aladdin, The Little Mermaid and Toy Story, performed by an all-star line-up of more than 25 much-loved Disney characters.

The experience begins with video projections, followed by music beats, heart-stopping acrobatics and even, we hear, flying carpets (courtesy of Aladdin, Jasmine and co). You’ll then be plunged into the depths of the “ocean” where Ariel, Sebastien and their nautical pals groove to some reggae. Then stomp to the rodeo-style tunes of Woody and Buzz, as the characters start to dance in the aisles.

“One song can touch millions of people around the world,” says Kenneth Feld, producer and CEO of Feld Entertainment, the company responsible for bringing the show to our shores. “We’ve created an environment where audience members will be able to connect with the Disney stars. Within each concert moment are elements of personal interaction and the audience will be harmonising, dancing, laughing and having an outrageously good time.”

Whether you’ve got a family of Disney loving little ones (two and above), or you’re just a big kid, this is a show not to be missed.
BD10-85. March 15-19, various times. Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, www.tickets.virginmegastore.me.

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