A dancing Simba on the skate or Elsa from Frost as skøjteprinsesse.
'Disney On Ice' is every family's wet dream if the winter holidays have seen a little too many boring sudokuer or the same episode of Peppa Pig for 12. time.
The show has gotten fantastic reviews, but it can quickly become an expensive pleasure.
the local paper Aarhus visited on Wednesday evening the Ceres Arena, where the show for the first time to visit Jutland's largest city. And here the conclusion was clear. The show was good, but the aftertaste was a bit creepy.
- Hold. En. Shut up. So is the popcorn also paid, huh, asked a frustrated father rhetorical, since he had to pay 100 dollars for a big bag of lukewarm popcorn, while an English speaking seller in the stall just replicerede with a 'Sorry?' and processed the kapitulerende father, who without further objections, nevertheless, allowed themselves to be tear out.
'And no, there was nothing special about the popcorn, except that they were wrapped in Disney-plastic', it sounds in the notification with the heading 'A little creepy money-making'.
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at the same time, it is described how a half-liter of soda cost 60 crowns, a cotton candy with kingdoms cost 120 crowns, and a pair of Mini Mouse ears of the plastic stood for 200 dollars.
Subsequently more paying visitors to the show responded to the high prices.
'It was absolutely insanely expensive! Mega humbug! Practice otherwise the show was good!', writes Marie Borup Neitskov in a comment to the notification on Facebook.
'140 kroner for a cup of slush... With a picture of Anna and Elsa on the cup, writes Lene Schødt and backed-up by Anna-Grethe Dahl.
'I totally agree! Money-making of the worst kind. I had invited my grandson who got popcorn for 100 crowns. Do not delete the prices ordinary families can cope. There was also not sold out. I can well understand, then, when the ticket at 470 dollars also to be paid', she writes on Facebook.
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Ekstra Bladet has spoken with the Danish organizer of the event, the central separation unit Island Entertainment, who say they have nothing to do with sales to do.
- We can arrange just a fantastic show, as many people are happy to see. Disney operates as an independent business, where they are allowed to stand up and sell their goods. We have nothing to do with, says the director of the central separation unit Island Entertainment, Carsten Svoldgaard to Ekstra Bladet.
the Extra Leaf has therefore written to Disney both in Denmark and in the Uk, but we still have not gotten answers as to why things should be so expensive.
'Disney On Ice' had its last show in Aarhus on Thursday night, but already on Saturday 16. February and Sunday 17. February you can experience the show in the Sparekassen Fyn Arena in Odense, just as it comes to Forum Copenhagen 21.-23. February.