We wished upon a star and our dream came true, because a live Disney concert is heading for London this winter.


As part of the ongoing Disney100 celebrations, which also include a Disney on Ice tour of the UK and the largest-ever Disney exhibition, the London Coliseum will be hosting a concert celebrating a century of the Walt Disney Company – that’s definitely not a passing craze!

Taking place this November, Disney: The Sound of Magic will bring your favourite characters and movie moments to life like never before.

During the concert, you’ll see clips and songs from the Disney catalogue played on the big screen, while the Novello Symphony Orchestra performs the soundtrack live on stage.

In the press release, we’ve been promised songs from Snow White, Moana, Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, The Jungle Book, Frozen, The Lion King, Fantasia, Encanto, Beauty and the Beast, and so much more.

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So, if you want to bop along to Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo or sway to the sounds of Can You Feel the Love Tonight, here’s how you can get tickets to this special concert.

Buy Disney: The Sound of Magic tickets at Ticketmaster

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What is the Disney Sound of Magic concert?

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Disney: The Sound of Magic is a live-to-film concert that pairs clips from your favourite Disney movies with the music of a real-life orchestra. While your eyes take in the best and brightest moments from Disney’s animated and live-action films, your ears will be treated to the sounds of an orchestra that will be playing on stage.

In the synopsis, the concert has been described as “symphonic celebration of Disney music, animation and memories,” and that’s the gospel truth!

What is the UK date and venue for Disney: The Sound of Magic?

Disney: The Sound of Magic will be coming to London for one night only this November. Here’s the date and venue:

We know how far you’ll go to see this concert, but thankfully you won’t have to, because the London Coliseum is a cinch to get to. The theatre is just a short walk from Charing Cross station, so all you have to do is hop on the Northern Line, or take a trip on Southeastern Rail.

How much do tickets cost for Disney: The Sound of Magic?

Tickets to see Disney in concert cost £29.50 plus a booking fee.

How to get tickets for Disney: The Sound of Magic

Tickets are on sale now, having gone live at 10am today (Friday, 18th August).

If you want to be one jump ahead, read our tips on how to beat the Ticketmaster queue.

Buy Disney: The Sound of Magic tickets at Ticketmaster


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