Frozen sing-along at the Royston Picture Palace this weekend as part of South Cambs Pre-School fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 17:20 06 April 2017

There is a frozen sing-along in Royston this weekend. Picture: Disney

There is a frozen sing-along in Royston this weekend. Picture: Disney


Warm up your vocal chords, there is a Frozen sing-along coming to the Royston Picture Palace this weekend in aid of a South Cambs pre-school charity.

The fun starts at the town hall on Saturday at 11am with a children’s table-top sale to raise funds for play equipment for the Mother Goose Pre-School in Wimpole. Good condition baby and children’s clothes, shoes, books, toys, equipment and more will be on sale and teas, coffees and cakes will be available.

At 1pm Elsa from the smash-hit Disney film will be dropping in for some photos before a special sing-along of the film at the picture palace upstairs at 2.30pm.

Seats are £2 each with proceeds going to the Pre -chool.

For more on the Royston Picture Palace see and for more on Mother Goose Pre-School check out


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