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Weir to star in ice spectacular

30 Nov 2010

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Strap your skates on and bring your best “ho ho ho” to the Medibank Icehouse at Waterfront City this December!

Visiting Melbourne for the first time, Olympian and three-time US figure skating champion, Johnny Weir, will join an all-star cast in a spectacular set to transform the Icehouse into a magical north pole.

Weir will headline a cast of international figure skaters starring in Harbour Town Christmas on Ice, a stunning on-ice production heralding the start of a month-long festival of Christmas entertainment at the Icehouse.

Throughout December, the Icehouse will transform into the North Pole of Melbourne, showcasing Santa’s Village, the spectacular Harbour Town Christmas on Ice Show and a glittering skating experience reminiscent of a northern hemisphere Christmas.

With matinee and evening performances from Thursday, December 2 until Christmas eve, Harbour Town Christmas on Ice will be a dazzling icescapade.

Featuring the superstar talents of Johnny Weir, for a limited four-performance season (December 2-4), and specialist set and lighting design by Show Works Australia (Jersey Boys, Wicked, The Nutcracker) and Trafficlight (Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Arts Centre), Harbour Town Christmas on Ice promises to be Melbourne’s most stunning Christmas production.

The Icehouse’s transformation into a North Pole Christmas will run from Wednesday, December 1 to Christmas eve.

Please refer to http://www.icehouse.com.au for detailed session times and ticket pricing.

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