Disney the Sound of Magic is a cinematic journey – for the first time in the UK - celebrating Disney’s 100-year anniversary.


As part of the official centennial celebrations, the musical extravaganza promises to celebrate Disney’s timeless and inimitable storytelling – as well as the studio’s much-loved characters – and it certainly delivers what it promises. 


Under the direction of an acclaimed creative team, including Creative Director Amy Tinkham, Music Director Giles Martin and Arranger and Orchestrator Ben Foster, the concert is a ride through the most memorable songs from Walt Disney Animation Studios over the years, including scores from: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Moana, Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, The Jungle Book, Frozen, The Lion King, Fantasia, Encanto, Beauty and the Beast and many more.

It is a truly sumptuous multimedia experience: iconic film scenes throughout the decades are projected on a giant screen, whilst the magical musical moments are brought to life by the Novello Symphony Orchestra.

Around me, people of all ages were wowed and smiling from start to finish with plenty of magic and childhood nostalgia.


Disney is known for its exceptional storytelling and it’s for everyone, young or old. They create immersive experiences for their guests by transporting them to a different world. Whether it's through movies, theme parks or merchandise, Disney tells a story that resonates with its audience. And the Disney 100 concert was a true reflection of that.

More info: here.