Make sure you aren’t Frozen out

Olaf’s new ad­ven­ture film is in cin­e­mas for one week­end only

The Chronicle - - Family Time -

FANS of Frozen are be­ing given a fab­u­lous fes­tive treat – but they’d bet­ter get their skates on!

There’s a brand-new in­stal­ment of the story be­ing screened in cin­e­mas be­fore the orig­i­nal movie for one week­end only this month – and tick­ets are on sale now.

Fea­tur­ing four new orig­i­nal songs, Olaf’s Frozen Ad­venure is a 21-minute mini movie which wel­comes the orig­i­nal cast and char­ac­ters back to the big screen.

Team­ing up with Sven, Olaf (Josh Gad) is on a mis­sion to har­ness the best fes­tive tra­di­tions for Anna (Kris­ten Bell), Elsa (Id­ina Men­zel) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff).

It’s the first fes­tive sea­son since the gates re-opened and Anna and Elsa host a cel­e­bra­tion for all of Aren­delle.

When the towns­peo­ple un­ex­pect­edly leave early to en­joy their own fes­tive cus­toms, the sis­ters re­alise they have no fam­ily tra­di­tions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best of them and save this first Christ­mas for his friends.

Di­rected by Emmy-win­ning film­mak­ers Kevin Deters and Ste­vie Wer­m­ers-Skel­ton and pro­duced by Os­car win­ner Roy Conli with orig­i­nal songs by Elyssa Sam­sel and Kate An­der­son, Olaf’s Frozen Ad­ven­ture will only be in cin­e­mas on Satur­day and Sun­day, Novem­ber 25 and 26. Cin­e­mas tak­ing part in­clude Cineworld, Odeon, Vue, Show­case, Every­man, Pic­ture­house, Cur­zon, and Em­pire.

For de­tails of times visit the web­site of your near­est par­tic­i­pat­ing cinema.

Olaf and Sven head off in search of Christ­mas

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