Frozen 2 will be brought to life on the big screen in a magical and unique way at Cineworld Cheltenham, with the chance for families to enjoy Frozen 2 in fun 4DX screenings, from Friday 22 November 2019.
Described as giving cinemagoers ‘stimulating effects like water, wind, scent and strobe lighting that thrill you in your moving seat’, we’re imagining the cool blasts of Arendelle, snowfall, amazing smells of chocolate and bumpy sleigh rides all delighting Cheltenham cinemagoers as Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven embark on another icy adventure.
As well as 4DX Frozen 2 screenings, Cineworld Cheltenham will be showing the Disney blockbuster in regular 2D screenings, IMAX 2D screenings and VIP screenings, which include complimentary dining and luxury seats, throughout November and December 2019 – for a magical Christmas day out for the whole family.
An autistic-friendly screening of Frozen 2 is also being held at Cineworld Cheltenham on Friday 1 December 2019, with audio-description also available.
Tickets to see Frozen 2 at Cineworld Cheltenham cost from £10.80 for adults and £8.30 for children for regular 2D screenings, while 4DX Frozen 2 tickets cost from £17 for adults and £14.50 for children.
So, ‘Let it Go’, escape the cold and winter air with a trip the Brewery Quarter cinema for the ‘First Time in Forever’, for the most hotly-anticipated movie of 2019 – or do you ‘Want to Build a Snowman?’, instead?
For more information, call Cineworld Cheltenham on 0330 333 4444.
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