YOU simply cannot underestimate the power of Disney.

Millions of families around the world are deeply connected to the children’s entertainment giant’s stories.

From the first Mickey Mouse adventures 90 years ago to recent hits like Frozen, that magical hold that Disney has over us all remains strong – and Worlds of Enchantment is more proof of that.

The word magical is often overused for kids’ shows but it fits the bill for the latest Disney on Ice production at Liverpool Arena.

Our four-year-old was spellbound throughout and thought of Mickey Mouse as no less than a celebrity.

The Feld Entertainment spectacular sees Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck and Goofy taking you on a guided tour of four Disney classics.

First up was Toy Story with a whistle-stop version of the third film in the series with some really imaginative set pieces.

The first time you see the likes of piggy bank Hamm and Slinky Dog on the ice is quite something and there was even a great, lively routine involving the green army men.

Then we went ‘under the sea’ for the older classic The Little Mermaid.

What was nice about that was my son had not seen the film so I was able to point at the likes of Ariel, Flounder and Sebastian and share that in-built Disney knowledge that we all seem to have.

The third adventure saw Lightning McQueen, Mater and the motor vehicles of Cars take to the ice and I’m still trying to work out how they slid and manoeuvred without crashing into one another.

Frozen was saved for the finale and, as you might expect, it is perfect for the ice.

We were swept away to snowy Arendelle – complete with snow machines and spectacular costumes – and, like Toy Story, you are treated to a quick version of the film.

That, of course, included the hit soundtrack and as a 35-year-old rock music fan I’m happy to admit I was bowled over by the songs.

In all four parts of Worlds of Enchantment, credit must go to all the performers who dazzled throughout.

Ice-skating while acting and dancing is no mean feat and no one slipped, fell over or broke the Disney spell.

Well apart from Goofy of course…

Worlds of Enchantment is at Liverpool Arena until Sunday.

There are three shows a day on Saturday and Sunday at 10.30am, 2.30pm and 6.30pm.