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Time to pull out those glass slippers. 

August 24, 2017

A real-life Disney-themed bar crawl is coming to the U.K. this fall, inviting fans to live out their childhood dreams as they spend the night as one of their favorite characters. 

The Character Crawl, which is organized by Hullabaloo Productions, will be returning for fans this September after a popular run earlier this spring, bringing together Disney fans to don their glass slippers and sparkling tiaras for a night out on the town.

Participants are invited to dress up as their favorite Disney character, whether that’s a princess, a hero, or a villain, before embarking on a magical adventure in locations that include Glasgow, Birmingham, and Bristol.

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They'll then be taken into secret bars and venues that will have their own themed touches to add, from Disney classics playing on T.V. screens to cardboard character cutouts and themed drinks like the “Under the Sea” and the “Hakuna Matata.”

Each participant gets a tiny bottle of fairy dust (glitter) when they arrive, before splitting into groups to embark on the pub crawl, where they'll play beer pong, sing along to Disney films, and attempt to win best-dressed prizes that include gift cards to Disney stores.

The company was inspired to create the bar crawl after the success of a Pokémon Go-themed crawl they launched last year.

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“My girlfriend is obsessed with Disney, and we thought this would be a good way to make people laugh and have them dress up as characters they really enjoy while being able to drink at the same time,” JJ Gardner, one of the company’s founders, told Travel + Leisure

Tickets, which cost £5 (roughly $6.50), include a wristband that gets you into each of the venues, discounted drink offers in each, a dedicated crawl rep to take you through the adventure, and a variety of games throughout the evening.

The events will take place on September 15 in Glasgow, and on September 22 in Bristol and Birmingham

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