Rating: 4 out of 5

THERE was a buzz about the SSE Hydro as Disney rolled into town.

Everywhere you looked there were youngsters dressed up as princesses and others wearing Mickey Mouse ears.

To ensure my five-year-old daughter could sleep this week I didn’t dare tell her until the morning of the Disney On Ice show that we were attending.

The smile on her face was enough for me to realise that the Disney magic would be alive and well in my house for years to come.

The show started off with the crowd being encouraged to learn an energetic dance before Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck and Goofy revealed they were setting out on a quest.

This led to the arrival of some of Disney most favourite characters from the last 100 years.

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Ahead of the new Lion King movie in July, Simba and co delighted the crowd with some spectacular moves on the ice and classic songs.

Following up the Lion King was never going to be easy, but the sight of the seven dwarves and Snow White proved a winner, with Whistle While You Work delivered expertly on the ice.

This was just for starters for the Glasgow audience, with Aladdin and Little Mermaid among the other favourites wowing the young crowd.

A highlight for all the little princesses dancing at the side of the rink was the sight of Cinderella and an array of other princesses elegantly dancing together with their prince charming.

After the interval, Jessie, Woody and Buzz then delivered an upbeat display along with the toy soldiers, ahead of their latest outing to the big screen in June for Toy Story 4.

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The familiar voices of Nemo and Dory followed with a colourful performance on the ice and plenty of waves to the crowd.

My five-year-old had to wait until the very end for her favourite, with Frozen taking to ice.

Elsa and Anna ensured the young spectators left happy - and the sight of snowman Olaf received the biggest cheer as he entertained the packed-out Hydro.

With a busy year of new movies, there are no signs of the magic of Disney stopping anytime soon.

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