➤ 16 top ice skaters.
➤ International circus stars.
➤ 1 hour 30min show for the whole family at affordable prices.
➤ Seats from only £9.99 at every show.
➤ 600sq feet of shimmering REAL ICE.
You will be "Walking in the air" and you will "Wish it could be Christmas every day" as we take you on a nostalgic journey through the highlights of the festive season. The dynamic skills of our team of international ice skaters sit alongside the breath-taking aerial acrobatics of our circus Superstars. Comedy compliments the classical. Amazing special effects will have you on the edge of your seat as we create thrilling O.M.G. moments.
No Christmas ice show would be complete without an appearance from the big man himself Mr Claus as he appears in our spectacular finale to the UK’s biggest Family festive Ice Show ...SNOWSTORM.
At The Trafford Centre this Winter, whatever the weather, the only venue in town you and your family are guaranteed a "White Christmas"!
Our show is opening in line with all Covid and Social Distancing measure and has been awarded a "Good to Go!" Mark from Visit England.
Oddly Moving present Atlas
Produced by Turtle Key Arts
Atlas was punished by the Gods to hold the weight of the cosmos for a long time -
perhaps an eternity. He’s not sure if he is a man or a mountain or a giant. His back
hurts. He wonders what would happen if he just let go.
Oddly Moving’s new show explores the Greek myth of Atlas interwoven with
personal stories about the metaphorical weight we each bear or let go of. Addressing
themes of choice, responsibility and the individual worlds that define us.
Directed by Charlotte Mooney of Ockham’s Razor and with Oddly Moving’s unique
blend of physical theatre, autobiographical storytelling and circus skills (with a
rudimentary understanding of physics) Atlas looks at how we each bear the weight of
our personal burdens, our what-ifs, joys, regrets and choices and asks what happens
if we let go?
“You have to see Grania in action: she is a highly skilled circus performer, storyteller
and connector, lighting up the entire stage.” LucyLovesCircus
Age Guidance: 12+