Snow Queen in Globe
Ethereal and magical, the Snow Queen in her snow globe enchants and mesmerizes as she mingles with guests of all ages. Gliding gracefully through events, she creates her special brand of magic and with it, lasting memories.
Ethereal and magical, the Snow Queen in her snow globe enchants and mesmerizes as she mingles with guests of all ages. Gliding gracefully through events, she creates her special brand of magic and with it, lasting memories. She encourages all those who gaze upon her to interact with her, be it a glance and a smile, a simple wave or an intimate touch of her ivory hand through her beautiful globe. A simple press of the big, beckoning red button by any curious spectator, fills her world with a spectacular blizzard of snow.
Beautiful music fills her space, lights illuminate her and snow rains down on the mystical Snow Queen, while she smiles and reaches into the hearts of onlookers, leaving an indelible mark on those who get lost in her vision. All normal activities halt around her and oohs and ahhs resound through the spaces she courses through.
Children and adults alike, gaze in amazement upon the Snow Queen as she passes by in her snow globe. Reaching out to touch hands with her, as if to try to understand what she is and where she came from, her shimmering, flowy gown and otherworldly appearance mesmerizes and captivates.
Get lost in her vision as she glides through the crowds that quickly draw around her, making her way betwixt and between spectators in order to leave no soul untouched by their own ideas of wonderment and charm.
Most of all, when you are in the presence of the Snow Queen and open your imagination to another world, something in you lifts and shifts, bringing the childish enchantment of our distant memories.
The Living Snow Globe can perform up to 3 x 30 minute sets or 2 x 45 minute sets.
“We would definitely recommend working with this act. It was the first time we organised the event and it was evident that it was a huge success as footfall was most certainly up on Rose Street. It was so cute to see the kids running up and putting their hands up to touch the globe, they looked in awe of it!”
Louisa Andersen, Essential Edinburgh Central Business Improvement District