Since Queen Elsa sang “Let it Go” from the popular Disney film, Frozen, (it’s the highest grossing animated film of all time!) it’s hard to ignore the buzz that has swept family households across the world since its release in 2013.
The craze is still strong, and now Disney have just announced that Frozen will be making its stage debut on Broadway in “Frozen—The Broadway Musical” in 2018. So now fans will be re-living all their favourite bits and belting out the soundtrack! But since we can’t all just hop onto a plane and see the show on Broadway, we’ll just have to hang tight and in the meantime keep the family busy with these other Easter School Holiday live shows:
1. Ice Age Live – A Mammoth Adventure
This story tells the adventures of an extraordinary herd of Ice Age animals, all living together as one unique big family. The decrease in grassland leads Sid, the sloth, Crash and Eddie, the possums, to venture onto the forbidden land where the grass is greener. Unbeknown to them, this territory is ruled by the evil bird Shadow who does not appreciate visitors. This arena ice spectacular will take you to the ultimate Ice Age adventure filled with fun, laughter, suspense and of course the humour you have come to love!
2. Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical
Of Dahl’s books, “Matilda” is one of the favourites. It’s full of magic, drama and fun, so it’s no surprise that it’s been adapted into film and now for the stage. Matilda the Musical is the captivating musical masterpiece from the Royal Shakespeare Company that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dares to change her destiny.
3. Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom – Live on Stage
“Somewhere, hidden amongst the thorny brambles is a little kingdom where everyone is very very small…” The Little Kingdom – where everyone is very, very small – is home to young fairy princess, Holly and her best friend, Ben, who is an elf. They live in the Little Kingdom, a tiny land where flowers and grass rise high above them and every day is an adventure. Join Ben and Holly as they help Gaston the Ladybird clean up his messy cave, go on a trip into The Big World with tooth-fairy Nanny Plum and plan a surprise birthday party for King Thistle. Oops, let’s hope there’s not another jelly flood.
4. Jurassic World: The Exhibition
If dinosaurs were still around would you want to meet them? Go back in time with Jurassic Word: The Exhibition, and see firsthand what these giant reptiles would have been like. Come face-to-face with a Pachyrhinosaurus; visit The Hammond Creation Lab; stare in wonder at a towering Brachiosaurus; get a rare up-close look at the most vicious dinosaur of them all, Tyrannosaurus rex; and learn all about top-secret projects currently in development. The exhibition immerses audiences of all ages in scenes inspired by the beloved film.
5. Disney Under the Stars
A spellbinding musical journey through the best-loved Disney songs of all time, bringing a little Disney magic to a series of outdoor shows in iconic Australian locations. Performed by the cream of Australia’s musical theatre and pop talent, DISNEY UNDER THE STARS will feature David Campbell, Harrison Craig, Lucy Durack, Ricki-Lee along with celebrated musical director Chong Lime, his band and orchestra.