Thousands of excited young adults and Disney fans flocked to the OVO Hydro to watch the Discover the Magic show tonight.
Professional figure skaters playing popular Disney characters have been entertaining audiences across the UK since February.
The first Glasgow show kicked off at 6.30pm, which featured spectacular ice skating, high-flying acrobatics, as well as impressive stunts.
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The talented skaters told many stories through their dancing, while classic songs from Disney movies were played.
The combination of amazing solo performances and exciting group performances thrilled the busy audience, who were encouraged to participate by applauding and ‘making waves’.
Characters featured included Mickey Mouse, Moana, Maui, Miguel, Woody, Jessie, Buzz Lightyear, Hamm, Ariel, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, Aladdin, Jasmine, Belle, Tinkerbell and many more.
Despite some bulky and bulky costumes, it didn’t stop them from sliding across the ice.
Sarah Nolan, from Ontario in Canada, who skates professionally for a living, portrayed Tinkerbell.
Ahead of the show, the 32-year-old said: “When I was young we lived across the street from an ice rink, and having already been skating with my dad on a backyard rink, it seemed natural to start the real thing.
“I live to perform and being in front of an audience is what I do best. Performing for my family in Canada is my biggest achievement in skating.
“I was fortunate to be close to home to the shows that were some of the highlights of my career.”
She went on to say: ‘I love Glasgow. It’s my third time here and I remember the people being very friendly.
“We have great fans and they are usually very noisy, which motivates us a lot. The city is beautiful and it is fun to walk around.”
The professional skater has appeared in previous Disney shows including Road Trip Adventures, Worlds of Enchantment and Worlds of Fantasy where she made “great memories and friends for life”.
Sarah, who works closely with the Disney on Ice Performance Director, revealed that the best part of the show was watching the reactions and interacting with as many audience members as possible.
She added, “I feel a huge responsibility to bring every member of the audience into the show and make them a part of it.”
Several other Disney On Ice, Discover the Magic shows will take place in town between March 24-26.
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