Dancing on Ice - Live in Birmingham
Get your sequins and skates on, because Dancing on Ice – The Live Tour is back in 2018.
Hosted once again by Olympic legends and new head judges, Torvill & Dean, see the best contestants from the 2018 series, which include Great British Bake-off winner Candice Brown, Love Island 2017 winner Kem Cetinay and Coronation Street stars Brooke Vincent and Antony Cotton, perform their sensational routines and dangerous lifts in this dazzling extravaganza.
Look What's Included
• Coach travel throughout
• Reserved seating throughout your break
• One night dinner, bed & breakfast at our select hotel
• Visit to Stratford upon Avon
• Matinee admission to Dancing on Ice at Arena Birmingham.
Get your skates on - tickets are going to sell fast.
After a four year break, Dancing on Ice is slipping back onto our television screens in the New Year, before skating to the NIA Arena Birmingham.
Since hitting our screens in 2006, Dancing on Ice has been one of the most successful reality television shows ever, with millions tuning in every week.It’s easy to see why. Whenever you throw celebrities out of their comfort zone, drama is always guaranteed.
This year’s revamped show promises to be one of the best ever with celebrities hoping to impress judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo from Diversity with their newly learnt skills including 2016 Great British Bake-off winner, Candice Brown, former England Test cricketer Monty Panesar, Coronation Street stars Brooke Vincent and Antony Cotton, former Bucks Fizz member Cheryl Baker and former X Factor and I’m A Celebrity contestant Jake Quickenden.
Judge the performances for yourself and vote for your favourite couple using your mobile phone!
This coach break with National Holidays also provides an unmissable opportunity to see the professionals showcase their talent and ice skating royalty Torvill & Dean perform new routines and, fingers crossed, their gold medal winning Balero.
Book today with National Holidays to avoid disappointment.