The production Disney Live Mickey’s Magic Show features excellent illusions that are well presented, As one would expect. There are dancers, musical numbers, excellent lighting and great props to complement the massive sets. Mickey’s Live Magic show is a professional, high-level production that lives up to the standards of Disney and the art of magic.
The show has been clearly tailored to suit younger children with short attention spans. Brad and Benny are a great double act and fantastic Magicians with zany, wacky and over-the-top personas of Saturday morning television hosts.
Personally, I would only recomend this show for most children under the age of 10 any older and they may not enjoy the experience as much.
Disney Mickey’s Magic Show live kicked off in the morning and the crowd was filled with excited young children all waving Disney Magic wands or wearing Mickey hats, it really was a great sight to see.
The illusions are well designed and executed perfectly. The Magic show features all of your favourite cast of Disney characters including the following:
- Mickey Mouse
- Minnie Mouse
- Donald Duck
- Alice in Wonderland
- Belle and Snow White
A running theme of Mickey’s Magic show is Benny’s attempt to learn and perform magic. As Minnie says to Benny, “Never give up…everyone has magic inside of them.” And as you would expect Benny does rise to the task and Never Gives Up trying which is a great lesson for any child to learn.
The first half of the show features Disney set pieces and songs and creative adaptations of classic illusions, while the second half, after the intermission, features more sequences where the illusionists competently perform stage magic such as linking rings, sawing people in half and metamorphosis.
Mickey’s Magic show keeps you entertained with comedy, singing, dancing, magic, beautiful costumes and set designs.
For my Nephew this was the first time he had seen Disney characters up close and he was glued to his seat for the whole show. This is some feat as he often doesn’t managed to stay seated for very long at all. During the interval the children excitedly made their way to the lavish stalls set up in the lobby.
There were some fantastic Disney goodies for sale, but I must point out rather highly priced especially if you have more than one child to buy for. For example Popcorn was on sale for £7.00, Snow Cones were £8.00 and it’s hard to say no to children sometimes, so take plenty of extra cash or avoid the stalls if you don’t want to spend too much money. You could also buy Light up toys which were hugely popular but again quite heavily priced between £12.00 and £14.00.