New Immersive Disney show coming to Kellogg Lane

Another immersive exhibit is coming to Kellogg Lane and this one features princesses, wild animals, and bubbles.

Immersive Disney Animation will move into a 25,000-square-foot space inside the entertainment venue in Old East Village on June 3. London is only the second Canadian city to host the new animated experience – the show made its world premiere in Toronto last December.

Similar to Imagine Van Gogh and Imagine Monet, which both had successful runs at Kellogg Lane, Immersive Disney surrounds viewers with wall-to-wall artistry and music.

“Just imagine journeying through Zootopia with Judy Hopps, diving to the ocean floor with Ariel, flying on a magic carpet with Aladdin, and stepping into Casita with Mirabel and the family Madrigal. This is where the Immersive Disney Animation takes you,” said Corey Ross, producer and founder, Lighthouse Immersive Studios, which teamed up with Walt Disney Animation Studios to create the exhibit.

Ross noted the popularity with Toronto audiences made the decision to open a venue in a second Canadian city an easy one.

“While we expected a positive reception, we have really been blown away by just how incredibly excited audiences are with this experience, a testament to the timeless legacy of Disney Animation’s worlds, stories and characters,” said Ross. “We’re elated to bring this production to London just in time for summer holidays.”

The immersive exhibit includes scenes from Disney classics such as The Lion King, Peter Pan, and Pinocchio, as well as new favourites such as Encanto, Zootopia and Frozen. The aim is to make audiences feel like they have entered the worlds of their beloved Disney characters. The show also includes exciting interactive features like a responsive floor projection design that moves with the audience, custom light-up bracelets synced with the projections, and special effects to fill the space with actual bubbles.

“Like so many of us, I have a life-long love of Disney films,” said Ross. “And it has been quite a nostalgic rush seeing those films come to life in our venues across North America. I’ve grown up with these characters and worlds since childhood and so has my family. The work lends itself brilliantly to the immersive experience. Our team has created something truly special here.”

Tickets for the new immersive experience start at $34.99. They go on sale May 4 at

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