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Frozen The Musical Is Giving Away Free Hot Chocolates And Cookies To Celebrate Winter

Nicole de Souza Nicole de Souza - Staff Writer

Frozen The Musical Is Giving Away Free Hot Chocolates And Cookies To Celebrate Winter

Thaw your frozen heart with some hot chocolate and cookies.

There is a term in Scandinavia known as “hygge”, a word that embodies a feeling of cosiness and effortless comfort. To foster a feeling of hygge, and to celebrate the magic of winter, Disney’s Frozen the Musical is giving away 1000 free hot chocolates and 1000 free Frozen-themed cookies.

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How can I get them?

On Friday July 2, head to Her Majesty’s Theatre at 219 Exhibition St in Melbourne to snag your free goodies. This event will take place from 8am to 11am. Not a bad way to start the morning!

On top of the free treats, if you take a picture of your hot chocolate and use the hashtag #FrozenAus, you’ll get a chance to win two free tickets to see the musical.

Photo by Lisa Tomasetti

See Arendelle like never before

If you loved the movie, you’ll be sure to fall in love with Frozen the Musical. Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions, the team responsible for The Lion King, Aladdin and Mary Poppins, Frozen is a visual spectacle of magic and storytelling.

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See the all-Australian cast perform their heart out. Jemma Rix (Elphaba in Wicked) shines as Elsa and Courtney Monsma (Katherine Howard in Six the Musical) is charming as Anna.  The supporting cast is no less spectacular, especially Matt Lee, who is hilarious as Olaf.

Photo by Lisa Tomasetti

On top of the songs you know and love from the film, there are twelve new songs to discover. These new tracks were written by Academy Award-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

Go back to the theatre for the First Time in Forever. See Frozen the Musical at Her Majesty’s Theatre this winter.

Looking for more Disney magic? See: A Huge Disney Exhibition Featuring 500+ Artworks Is Coming To Melbourne’s ACMI

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