Shows to watch

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  1. eeyorefanuk

    eeyorefanuk DIS Veteran

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    I believe there is a :-

    Nemo show
    Lion King show
    Beauty and Beast show ????

    Am I correct?

    If so which parks are they in?

    Is there a list of shows you can see.

    Would like personal favourite shows they have seen in the disney parks please
     
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  3. scotlass

    scotlass <b><font color=red>Proud Redhead</b><br><font colo

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    Nemo and Lion King are both AK.

    Beauty and The Beast is MGM ( yes I know its now DHS but it will always be MGM to me )

    They are all great shows but my favorite is Indiana Jones......because Ive been picked to take part the last 3 trips !!
     
  4. gemmybear83

    gemmybear83 <font color=royalblue>I would blame it all on Bob<

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    Our favourites last time were Fantasmic, Beauty and the Beast and Indiana Jones.

    We didnt have time for the Lion King on the last trip but hoping to fit it in this year :goodvibes
     
  5. howlongtillsummer?

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    We love the shows around the World Showcase at Epcot - too many to list here but you can pick up a times guide from the park. There is everything from candy making to gymnastics to bagpipe rock music. You could spend a day at these shows alone!! I think the times are listed online somewhere but I can't seem to find it -- hopefully someone else here will have the link for the two of us?!!
     
  6. eeyorefanuk

    eeyorefanuk DIS Veteran

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    I can just about remember Indiana Jones from when we went 20 years ago :scared1: My memory is so bad that is might as well be my first time (cannot remember much at all) :rotfl2:
     
  7. eeyorefanuk

    eeyorefanuk DIS Veteran

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    Hello,

    What is fantasmic please? I thought that was the name of the firework show :lmao:
     
  8. Pegasus928

    Pegasus928 DIS Veteran

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    It is - but it is more of a show, with characters and a story, than the other firework dispays around WDW
     
  9. Pooh's-Honey-Pot

    Pooh's-Honey-Pot Disney Bride June 19th 2006

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    All three are brilliant shows - I couldnt pick a favourite! Make sure yous chedule time to see them all!

    Our absolute favourite show (if you can call it one as it has no "live" performers), is Mickeys Philharmagic in MK Fantasy Land. I could watch that show every hour for the full two weeks!!!
     
  10. eeyorefanuk

    eeyorefanuk DIS Veteran

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    So do you have to be stood in a certain place to watch it ???

    I think I ready a fantasmic dining package? Does anyone know what that is and if allowed on free dining??? Told you I was stressed with it all :lmao:
     
  11. GarryK

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    No, Fantasmic plays in a large outdoor amphitheatre with seats (altho there are some standing areas at the rear. The entrance is on your right just before ToT in Hollywood Studios.

    It's always chockers and people can queue for upto 2 hours to reserve a seat. The dining package allows you to eat at one of 3 restaurants in the park and gives you access to reserved seating for Fantasmic although you still need to be seated at least 30 mins before the show. You book as a standard advanced reservation stating you want the dining package - but there's limited availability for the package and you have to leave cc details (well, we did the last time we used in 2005).


    Don't about using DDP but as the cost of the dining package is the same as eating at the restaurant (the reservations are 'free'), I don't see why you wouldn't be allowed to use.

    Garry
     
  12. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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    It is a purpose built area. Entrance near Tower of Terror and yes you can do the dining package on free DDP.

    Our fave show in whole of WDW is Lion King, also one of our fave movies as it was released the year DS was born. We have seen the AK Lion King show about 10 times now and will continue to watch every time we are there, well worth seeing.

    Also Lights Motors Action at MGM, not characters but a very good show.
     
  13. tinks_1989

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    the cars stunt show is in HS as well thats very good
     

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