COMPETITION: Win family tickets to see Cinderella on Ice at the Regent

The Evening Star has teamed up with the Ipswich Regent and Wild Rose to give away family tickets to see Cinderella on Ice.

The world-renowned Russian Ice Stars bring their acclaimed production to the theatre from December 27-31.

Delivering a dazzling take on the popular fairytale, the mix of high-speed skating and jaw-dropping aerial feats will take your breath away.

A real ice rink will be built on the stage of the theatre, enabling some of the world’s finest skaters to glide and swirl their way through this much-loved story.

Wild Rose producer Vee Deplidge pioneered the concept of theatre on ice, creating full-length productions designed to give audiences an excellent view of the performers’ moves.

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Unlike ice arena shows you’re so close to the action you can almost feel the ice kicked up by the skaters on your face.

Throw in superb sets and colourful costumes and you get a two-hour spectacle fit for lovers of magical music, ice dance, ballet and amazing acrobatics that will leave all ages spellbound.

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“Following on from the success of Peter Pan on Ice last year, we are really pleased Wild Rose will be staging Cinderella on Ice at the Ipswich Regent this Christmas,” said the theatre’s general manager David Mansfield when the news was announced earlier this year.

“Audience feedback from last year’s performances was really positive, people were fascinated how a real ice rink could be created inside the theatre and the spectacular skating really captivated the audiences. This will be a magical performance and a great special treat for all the family this Christmas.”

Cinderella On Ice has a limited run of just one week this Christmas and tickets are in high demand.

This competition has now closed.

Read entertainment writer Wayne Savage’s preview of the show this Thursday, including an interview with the Prince, played by Valdis Mintals.

Born in Tallinn in 1979 and skating since he was four, Valdis was a hugely successful competitive skater, winning national and world championships before he retired and joined The Russian Ice Stars company in 2002.

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