Dancing on Ice - Live in Glasgow

The fabulous Dancing on Ice Live UK Tour is skating back across the country this spring, starring the legendary Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. Experience sensational routines and breathtaking stunts in the spectacular live show, all performed on an enormous ice rink at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow.

Joining Torvill and Dean on tour will be a host of celebrities and professional skaters from the new Dancing on Ice TV series, which started on ITV in January. Jayne and Chris will host the tour once more and take up their new roles as Head Judges. The King and Queen of Ice will be on hand to give their expert critical feedback and their all-important scores to the celebrities and their skating partners. In addition to the scores from the Ice Panel Judges, arena audiences can text vote from their mobile phones for their favourite skating couple, with the winning couple taking to the ice to perform a magical finale!

Travel Options

Holiday Highlights

  • Return coach travel
  • 1 night bed and breakfast at our selected hotel in the Glasgow area
  • Ticket to Dancing on Ice Live at the SSE Hydro Arena (upper tier)
  • Free time in Glasgow

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Selected Hotel

We’ll stay at a well-appointed hotel in the Glasgow area. The comfortable rooms are en suite and other facilities include a bar and restaurant.

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Saturday: From a morning pickup in your local area we travel by coach to our hotel for check-in and a chance to freshen up before we continue into Glasgow and the SSE Hydro Arena. There’ll be free time for dinner at the arena before the show starts. The coach will take us back to the hotel after the show.

Sunday: After breakfast we travel into Glasgow for some free time before setting off for home in the early afternoon.

Accessibility: In most cases, event tickets will be for seats located in middle or upper tiers of the venue which may require the negotiation of steps/stairs and therefore may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. While most venues have lift access, these may not serve all seating areas. There may also be some walking involved from the coach drop-off point to the entrance of the venue.