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5 Reasons Why Ice Age Live! Is The Most Mammoth Show You’ll See

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The creators of Ice Age Live! mean it when they say that the upcoming spectacular is a “mammoth adventure”—mammoths included. They have pulled out all stops and we can’t wait for this live show to land in Australia these School Holidays!

1. Larger than life characters

Think really big—mammoths Manni and Ellie alone are 3.6m high, 2.5m wide and 4.2 metres in length. In other words, Manni and Ellie stand at about half the height of an average giraffe (6 metres). Tall much? The production is also large enough to fill 15 shipping containers and a touring cast and crew of 72 people.

2. Globe trotters

Have you travelled to London? Or Egypt? Asides from Australia, these are just two of the stops that Ice Age Live! plans to tour. In the next 5 years, the show hopes to visit over 30 countries on 5 continents. Talk about a worldwide tour!

3. New Ice Age friends

Ice Age isn’t the same without our favourite trio Sid, Manni and Diego, but there’s always room for new friends to join. Ice Age Live! will star characters such as a swashbuckling-one eyed weasel, Buck, and a dangerous white prehistoric bird, Shadow… you know, just to mix things up a bit.

4. It’s all on ice

Because a show on ice is just cooler—pun intended. Plus you can’t really beat a live arena spectacular combining ice-skating, aerial acrobatics, pyrotechnics, puppetry, stage animatronics, and storytelling.

5. It’s the closest you’ll get to the Ice Age era

Unless we somehow become immortal it’s unlikely we’ll live to see another Ice Age era, especially considering the last one happened about 11,000 years ago. But Ice Age Live! takes you back to that  time of woolly mammoths, sabre-tooth tigers, negative degree temperatures and adventures of survival.

Don’t miss out on this live mammoth adventure for the whole family touring – Australia this March and April. Tickets on sale now at 


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