Giveaway! Disney on Ice presents Princesses & Heroes

Long time readers would know by now that I am a big sucker for all things Disney. I love the stories, the movies, the productions, the memorabilia. I have even been known to have a tear in my eye on occasion at the start of a live production…sad but true!

My house is full of Disney movies and books and all sorts of cool stuff. I love that my kids have the same affection for all things Disney that I have – it’s wonderful to share with them some of the stories that I grew up with and enjoy together the sheer magic of the truly wonderful world of Disney.

So you will understand my excitement at having the chance to offer two of my readers (that means YOU) the chance to win four tickets for your family to attend Disney on Ice presents Princesses & Heroes at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre on Friday June 21 at 7pm.


This production will feature eight Disney princesses and their princes and promises breathtaking skating, daring acrobatics, high flying jumps and, of course, all your Disney favourites as well. Disney on Ice presents Princesses & Heroes will be touring all around Australia during June and July and will be at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre from 20 to 23 June 2013.

Here is a taste of what you can look forward to at this year’s show:

Aladdin a whole new world

Cinderella wishes

Disney Princesses

For your chance to win, make sure you like My Home Truths on Facebook and leave a comment telling me who the prince or princess is in your family, and why. In my family, Delilah is undeniably our princess, prancing around in a tutu, treating us like her royal subjects and even wearing a tiara on occasion!

The competition will run until 6pm AEST Friday 17/5/2013 and the two winners will be judged on the originality of their answers. So get to it for your chance to win.

And remember even if you don’t win you can always book your own tickets through Ticketek by phoning 4921 2121 or by going to

Joining in with Grace’s flog, Miss Cinder’s link party and Kelly’s giveaway linkup.




Disclaimer – I have not been offered monetary compensation to run this promotion and giveaway however I have been offered complimentary tickets to one of the Newcastle shows. 

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16 Responses

  1. No entering but just wanted to say enjoy the show – I’ll have to get tix in Syd, so thanks for the reminder. It’s only list of things to do.
    Lydia C. Lee recently posted..What I learnt from Die Hard.

  2. How exciting – great giveaway! I’ve thought about buying some tickets in Brisbane, but haven’t done it yet. I’m sure the Big Sister would love it though! 🙂
    Amanda @ Cooker and a Looker recently posted..jam roly poly. it’s no match for fairy bread.

  3. Lisa Wood says:

    Kyle is our Prince in our family (he is seven) and walks around all day playing games! He calls me “Your Majesty” and wears hats as if is a prince.
    He also has the most amazing imagination.

  4. My Husband is the princess in our house. He fusses over his hands when he does the dishes, rubbing moisteriser in afterwards, and anxiously asks me if the fading at his temples looks like gray. Princess.
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  5. Facebooked like already!! Oh my oh my I would be doing my Miss H the biggest parental fail if I didn’t enter this one!! She is absolutely the princess in our family – she rules the house!! “I am the princess mummy” she tell me, “and you are the Queen – because Queens are old”. Oh thanks darling!!! She is always wearing a princess dress of some kind – tonight she was sleeping Beauty (oh if only I could be her!!) and she twirled around the rugby pitch while Master J was training refusing point blank to wear a jumper (and it was freezing) “because then nobody will be able to see my dress mummy!!”
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  6. ann says:

    I would love to take my kids to this next year, this year is out for us as I will not be leaving the house thanks to being heavily pregnant around that time!! I wish I was the princess or queen of our house but this house is definately run by the kids!!
    ann recently posted..Things I know- 4/5/2013

  7. Oh wow! Way cool! I’ve never been to anything like that. I always wondered if they were as good as the teevee made out they were!

    The Princess of my house it TEM10, she’s bared the nickname since she was a newborn, and lived up to it since!

    Living in the sticks it’s an unusual scene watching her fluff around the home paddock dressed up in all her Princess glory – and boots – with her doggy in a carry bag, singing and talking to everything – including the trees – and having full on conversations with them, singing and dancing about.

    She is a true little Princess.

    We have a whole collection of Disney too, the kids have all loved Disney. I think the two littlies are the luckiest ones out of all of them though, they inherited all the movies from the older kids, so their collection is huge compared to what the big kids had!

    MC x
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  8. Trish says:

    I have two little Princes , they used to take my hand to kiss the back of it .Now they fight to be the first to open the car door for me …if it is the front door they fight to beat me and each through it.
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  9. Samantha Y says:

    I have a little princess who’s favorite colour is LELLOW,
    She prances round in dresses INSISTING they’re not yellow.
    Miss princes thinks she’s Belle in her LELLOW princess dress,
    Twirling round the house, sorry ballroom (yes she knows what’s best).
    Be it shopping for the day or even garden choirs,
    “Mummy I need my makeup” before she steps out the door.
    A princess for a day, a week. A princess for a year
    Let her have her princess dreams before the princess phase disappear,
    Watching her grow up right in front of me.
    I cherish LELLOW princess moments before that’s the end of thee. 🙁

  10. Kristina S says:

    I have 2 daughters, both very much girly girls, who love pretend play and dressing up… Forever my 2 Princesses & my happily ever after.

  11. Karen Edwards says:

    We have a brand new little Princess is our lives our 9 week old baby girl Mia, The room lights up when she gives us a big smile 🙂

  12. Shannon ONeill says:

    Ha Ha, Well I have a daughter, but I have to say the biggest princess in our family is my husband 🙂 you should see the way he carries on if he shes a spider!

  13. Melinda says:

    Just recently I returned from a five day, child free holiday. Bringing home with me some wonderful swimwear for Miss four.
    Miss four decided she wanted to parade the swimwear I had bought. So out she comes with swimmers on, plastic high heels, a necklace, a towel over her shoulder and a handbag! All this to music too. Now that’s a princess!

  14. Wendy S says:

    In our house it’s Miss18 who’s the Princess, she always manages to get everyone to do things for her. Miss16 isn’t impressed!
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  15. Meagan Laimanovski says:

    My little Miss 3 is totally a princess but she is not just a princess she is a rock star princess so she will dress up like a princess with dress, tiara, bag and shoes and then put on her brothers sunnies, grab her hair brush and start singing…

  16. Angie Boylan says:

    I have two boys one definitely a proud prince but the other is my drama queen – everything has to go his way or else there is a meltdown and watch out to everyone else!

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