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Disney on Ice brings Frozen to SSE Arena, Belfast - Elsa and Anna hottest tickets in town

Elsa, Anna and Olaf skate into Belfast to bring animated hit to life

Published 20/05/2016

The Disney mega-hit Frozen is coming to Belfast - and it's on ice. The brand new production opens at the SSE Arena on Friday, November 4 and runs until November 6. Tickets go on sale on Thursday, May 26 at 7am.

Frozen became the highest-grossing animated film of all time after its release in 2013, taking $400million at the worldwide box office.

The film won two Oscars for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for Let It Go.

Production is already underway on a sequel to the film - expected for 2017.

John Lasseter, the chief executive of Walt Disney Animation Studios, made the announcement at the company's annual shareholders meeting in San Francisco, California.

It follows a short film Frozen Fever last year which was aired before the cinema screenings of the Cinderella remake.

It featured Anna throwing her sister a birthday party but things don't go to plan as she comes down with a cold on the day - and of course came complete with a new catchy song.

Frozen stars Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad reunited for the short film.

Elsa and Ana are back for another adventure: Copyright Disney
Elsa and Ana are back for another adventure: Copyright Disney
Frozen Fever: Copyright Disney
Frozen fever stills: Elsa and the gang are back. Copyright: Disney
Frozen fever stills: Family favourite Olaf: Copyright Disney

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