Sing-a-long Moana (2016)

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You’re invited to warm up your vocal chords at the Opera House for a sing-a-long screening of Moana with on screen lyrics.

For one morning only on Sunday 12 February, come and sing all your favourite songs from the Moana soundtrack whilst watching the stunning film on our big screen.

3000 years ago, the boldest sailors would embark on frequent voyages around the South Pacific Seas, in the hope of discovering new islands. However, the voyages suddenly came to a grinding halt for another thousand years – and nobody seems to understand why.

A fearless princess named Moana decides to get to the bottom of the age-old mystery, and sets sail on an adventure to finish what her ancestors started. When she chances upon Maui – her fallen demi-god hero – the two become friends and join forces to face the perilous ocean and a host of enemies.

From the catchy You’re Welcome to the empowering How Far I’ll Go, we know your little ones will love this unique experience as they watch their favourite sea-voyaging adventurer as she takes to the ocean alongside Maui in search for the heart of Te Fiti.

Book now for this special sing-a-long screening of Moana and relive the beautiful tale of Polynesian mythology, family bonds and the call of the ocean. 

Tickets Adults £5, Children under 14yrs go free. (Each paying adult can bring up to 2 children free). 

All Children under 14yrs must be accompanied by an adult.

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