Blackpool Pleasure Beach has a whole host of shows ready for families to enjoy this summer. From stunning ice performances, to magical illusion shows and even a combination of fine dining and the best in live entertainment, there is something for everyone.
Hot Ice – the world’s longest-running ice show – opened on Monday 19th July and runs until Saturday 11th September, featuring skating from some of the best performers from across the world. This year’s show, Euphoria, is choreographed to mesmerising music with a state-of-the-art lighting system. This ice cool show is not to be missed.
TV sensation and winner of America’s Got Talent 2015, Paul Zerdin, is also returning to the park this season with his latest, fun-filled show. Running on selected dates until Saturday 28th August, the comedy ventriloquist promises master puppeteering, hilarious audience participation and amazing wizardry that’s not to be missed.
Paul isn’t the only ‘Got Talent’ superstar making an appearance this summer either, as Elizabeth from the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals will be performing with magician, Craig Christian in the Evolution of Magic. The dazzling duo usually performs all over the world, but the show will be in Blackpool until Saturday 30th October.
If you would prefer to wine and dine whilst being entertained, The Gatsby Summer Dinner Show is the perfect evening of glitz and glam. Running every Thursday, Friday and Saturday in August in the Paradise Room. Guests can enjoy a stunning variety of acts with stylish costumes, spellbinding music and delicious food.
Speaking on the summer ahead and the programme of shows, Managing Director of Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Amanda Thompson OBE said: “Have we got a line up for you this summer! After months of lockdowns and restrictions, our shows really are a fantastic opportunity to get out with the family. Our performers are so talented and there is something for everyone, from magic and illusions to stunning singing and dance routines from some of the world’s best. We can’t wait for the season ahead and to welcome guests, old and new.”