Holiday on Ice 2017 'Believe'
Holiday on Ice returns to Brighton with new show BELIEVE
Directed and choreographed by Olympic and four-time world champion, Christopher Dean
The Brighton Centre is delighted to announce that the world-renowned show, Holiday on Ice, which has been running for over 72 years, will be returning to Brighton in January 2017 with new spectacular show, BELIEVE.
Directed and choreographed by none other than Olympic and four-time world champion, Christopher Dean, BELIEVE will open at The Brighton Centre on Wednesday 4th January and run until Sunday 8th January 2017.
The show is an incredibly exciting and fast paced production that tells the modern day story of the traditional Shakespeare classic, Romeo and Juliet about desire, jealously and true love. With Olympic level choreographies combined with the best live music, beautiful décor, glamourous costumes and hi-tech special effects, BELIEVE is destined to become a show that will truly conquer hearts.
BELIEVE is the first show that Christopher Dean and Holiday On Ice’s producers Stage Entertainment have worked on together; a new milestone in the great tradition of collaborations between Holiday on Ice and Olympic champions. As director and choreographer Dean shall, using his expertise of the icy stage, be responsible for translating the show’s substantive themes to the most beautiful choreographies. He will orchestrate a creative team of highly acclaimed professionals such as Stephen Emmer (Music Director), Nicolas Vaudelet (Costume Designer) and Bart Doerfler (Artistic Director Holiday on Ice).
Commenting on the partnership Christopher Dean said:
"I've been on the ice for 47 years, performing in shows, training and choreographing others but now I look forward to creating a new Holiday on Ice show with the best skaters in the world."
Holiday on Ice has become the most famous brand of entertainment on ice for over seven decades with a record number of 328 hundred million visitors. The well-established production guarantees quality performances from Olympic skaters.
Map & Directions
Follow A23 to Brighton Pier and turn right onto the seafront. Brighton Centre along on the right just after the traffic lights.
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