Frozen announced as Merry Hill's next drive-in movie

Frozen fan: Bella Leach, aged four, from Kidderminster.

Frozen fan: Bella Leach, aged four, from Kidderminster.

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POPULAR Disney flick Frozen will make a return to the big screen at Merry Hill next month.

Film fans can get their fix at the Brierley Hill shopping centre's charity drive-in movie on Friday August 1.

The screening will be the singalong version, so little Elsas, Annas, Olafs and Kristoffs can belt out favourites including 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman?' and 'Let It Go'.

Kelly Reed, senior marketing manager at Merry Hill, said: “We’re so excited to welcome Frozen back to the centre this summer, and especially can’t wait to hear the audience belting out the tunes.

“We’re hugely proud to host the charity drive-ins and are thrilled with what they’ve achieved so far - we hope to raise even more over the rest of this year for what is a great local cause.

“Frozen is a brilliant family film and we expect to see lots of fans, young and old, turn up for the occasion.”

All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the centre's chosen charity, Help Harry Help Others.

Cinemagoers will receive free popcorn upon arrival, at the car park opposite Debenhams.

Gates will open at 7pm and the screening will start at 9:45pm and run until 11:30pm.

Tickets are available from the centre's concierge desk.

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