We’ve got great savings for our Club members on tickets to see the Imperial Ice Stars as they return to South Africa with their latest offering: Cinderella on Ice. Edgars Club members can get tickets from just R135. The show runs from 1 December 2017 to 7 January 2018 at the Teatro at Montecasino – a must-see over the holidays!
This fabulous show is choreographed by the award-winning team of Tony Mercer (regarded as the lead creator of theatre on ice globally) and Evgeni Platov (Olympic gold medallist and four-time World Champion skater).
“The Imperial Ice Stars are to skating what Cirque du Soleil is to circus – inspiring, original and great theatre.”
Sunday Telegraph, Sydney
This adrenaline-fuelled performance is accompanied by spectacular sets, costumes and amazing effects that are set to wow local audiences, and it’s performed on a specially-created frozen stage which is frozen at -15 degrees celsius.
Taking a new approach to the classic tale, these storytellers perform the story of Cinderella, where a humble chorus dancer is thrust into the spotlight, capturing the attention of the Lord Mayor’s handsome son, the most eligible bachelor in town. According to Mercer, “The ‘Cinderella’ story has been told in many different cultures over many centuries. I wanted to give our version a new setting while retaining the ingredients and emotions of this timeless story.”
I want to see Cinderella on Ice, how do I book?
Simply present your Edgars Club card at Computicket or quote your card number on the phone or when buying tickets online. You can buy tickets through:
- The Computicket Call Centre on 0861 915 8000 (charged at a flat rate of 65c per minute)
- All Computicket outlets including those at Shoprite and Checkers
- On presentation of valid Edgars Club card at outlets or card number on the ‘phone / on entering card number on web
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- The Imperial Ice Stars have performed to nearly three million people across five continents.
- Since the last time they were in South Africa, an average member of the company has travelled around 115,000 miles. In a Boeing 747 that would take 230 hours and is the equivalent of going around the earth nearly five times.
- The performers between them have won over 250 competition medals.
- 14 tonnes of ice are created in the production – the same weight as nearly three elephants.
- 2,500 litres of anti-freeze are used – enough to fill 100 car cooling systems.
- The ice reaches temperatures of minus 15 degrees C, three times colder than your household freezer.