Synthetic Ice Skating Shows & Galas
Ice Glitz are a British company specialising in Synthetic Ice Skating Shows & Galas.
They provide “Glamorous Entertainment On Ice” – worldwide.
All year round and in any location. Indoor, outdoor, on roof terraces.
Some availability in November & early December for Christmas bookings.
Ice Glitz Christmas Themed Show UK packages are as follows:
Synthetic Ice Skating Show with 4 skaters & 1 crew.
3 x 10 minute shows (each 10 minutes is a different show – Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3) (or 2x 15 min shows if preferred).
Up to 40 minutes of “Meet & Greet” On Ice in costume at the entrance of the event for photo opportunities for the guests.
Up to 20 minutes of “Mix & Mingle” with the guests after the show in full feather showgirl costumes for photo opportunities.
Quotes will includes the hire of ice & travel costs.
Have you thought about Ice Glitz – by the beach – the location possibilities are endless!
Definitely consider Ice Glitz – Christmas Parties, New Years Eve Parties, Valentine Events Easter Events & Corporate Events anywhere.
“What could be more perfect for Corporate Events and Easter Parties than a Glamorous Synthetic Ice Skating Show!! “Ice Glitz” at Spot On Entertainment!!!”
An ice rink (or ice skating rink) is a frozen body of water and/or hardened chemicals where people can ice skate or play winter sports. Besides recreational ice skating, some of its uses include ice hockey, figure skating and curling as well as exhibitions, contests and ice shows.
There are two types of rinks in prevalent use today: natural, where freezing occurs from cold ambient temperatures, and artificial (or mechanically-frozen), where a coolant produces cold temperatures in the surface below the water, causing the water to freeze.
There are also synthetic ice rinks where skating surfaces are made out of plastics.
In any climate, an arena ice surface can be installed in a properly built space. This consists of a bed of sand or occasionally a slab of concrete, through (or on top of) which pipes run.
The pipes carry a chilled fluid (usually either a salt brine or water with antifreeze, or in the case of smaller rinks, refrigerant) which can lower the temperature of the slab so that water placed atop will freeze. Such rinks were developed in the late nineteenth century, the first being the Glaciarium in London.
This methodology is known as ‘artificial ice’ to differentiate from ice rinks made by simply freezing water in a cold climate, indoors or outdoors, although both types are of frozen water. A more proper technical term is ‘mechanically frozen’ ice.
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