Three magical frozen adventures for the family

Icy escapades to enjoy this winter from the comfort of your local Vue.

By Kate Lucey.

As the days draw shorter and the weather gets colder, it’s the perfect time for marveling at magical wintry landscapes on the big screen, inside the screen – so here’s how to have a winter adventure with the whole family that’s both enchanting AND cosy.

Coming up: Olaf’s Frozen Adventure

Disney haven conjured up a Christmas special starring Elsa, Anna, Olaf (of course) and our favourites from the original Frozen film for a 22 minute jaunt around Arendelle. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure follows everyone’s favourite snowman on a mission to discover the Christmas traditions of every family in the kingdom. We’re showing the brand new featurette for one weekend only (on 25 and 26 November) along with the original Frozen from just £4.99 – but you’ll have to be quick because tickets are selling fast.

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Olf in Olaf's Frozen Adventure

Book ahead: The Nutcracker

What could possibly be more Christmassy than watching Christmas toys come to life under a Christmas tree one Christmas Eve? How about a sleigh ride through a snowy forest to a magical land of sweets with a sashaying Sugar Plum Fairy? This glittering ballet spectacle will be broadcast live to Vue from the Royal Opera House for one night only – and it’s the perfect way to introduce little ones to the beautiful art of dance.

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Leap into the Christmas season with these ballet performances at Vue.

Coming soon: The Man Who Invented Christmas

Long before J.K. Rowling, people in the 1800s had to make do with Charles ruddy Dickens. Luckily, he was actually quite a genius and penned our favourite festive story, A Christmas Carol. However, it didn’t come to him easily, as we see in The Man Who Invented Christmas, out 1 December, the Dickens biopic starring Dan Stevens that shows us how he came up with the story (lots of frantic pacing, it seems.) So unbelievably Christmassy it’ll be sure to get even the scroogiest among us in the mood for a mince pie.

Bah humbugs, be gone! Tickets for The Man Who Invented Christmas, out 1 December, available soon.
Scene from The Man who Invented Christmas