UV Paint Party Experience Set to Illuminate the National Ice Centre

The National Ice Centre will transform into a neon wonderland of vibrant colours and singalong hits on Friday 2 February as it welcomes visitors to its UV paint skating party, which is back by popular demand. 

As the streets of Nottingham are filled with a kaleidoscope of colour for Light Night, the Carnival UV Paint Party at the National Ice Centre promises an unforgettable experience, with an explosion of UV paint, dazzling lights, and chart-topping music, all while gliding across the ice in skates.

Ryan Rathbone, Operations Manager at the National Ice Centre, said: “This is such a fun event for anyone who is planning to be out for Nottingham Light Night. Expect gallons of paint, UV paint blasters, UV lights, and singalong hits; it’s going to be a night to remember. Our skating parties are always very popular and the last time we held a UV paint party it was a sell-out, so we’d encourage pre-booking your tickets online to avoid disappointment.”

The fluorescent paint is water-based and non-toxic. While the paint is water soluble, it may stain some fabrics so attendees are advised to wear items of clothing that they don’t mind getting dirty.

The Carnival UV Paint Party is part of a series of events and activities planned to take place at the National Ice Centre, with disco sessions, themed parent and tots skating, junior ice hockey clinic, and more already in the events calendar.

Learn to skate sessions, covering figure skating, ice hockey, and speed skating, are also available at the National Ice Centre, suitable for all ages and skill levels and delivered by experienced and passionate instructors. 

The Carnival UV Paint Party takes place at the National Ice Centre on Friday 2 February 2024, 7pm – 9pm. Find out more about events and activities, and book tickets online at www.national-ice-centre.com 

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