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21 Things I Learned At Sing-Along-A-"Frozen"

Let it GOOOOOOOOOOO.

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1. This is Prince Charles Cinema in London, and it hosts a Sing-Along-a-Frozen.

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It hosted its first Sing-Along-a-Frozen on 17 May 2014, and now has screenings "once or twice a week, with the other sing-alongs alternating once a week too", the cinema's Richard Hayward tells BuzzFeed Life.

3. There are, as you would imagine, plenty of Elsas.

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(What is the group noun for Elsas? An icicle of Elsas?)

"I know literally everything about Frozen," shouts an 8-year-old. "I don't need the lyrics!" To prove this, she begins singing: "The snow blows..."

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5. And lots of grown-ups too.

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A small Elsa named Sophie is sat next to me. "Are you excited?" I ask. She nods. "A friend at work told me about this," her mum says, adding: "He brought his girlfriend!"

6. There is a real-life Elsa to warm us all up.

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She is very good at singing, and at being a princess.

7. And then it's time for a fancy-dress parade.

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A very regal selection of princesses (including a mum-and-daughter Elsa team) curtsy on the stage. We find out it's a princess named Erin's fifth birthday, so she is serenaded.

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12. "Let It Go" is terrific fun.

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(Turn the audio on for this)

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20. Naturally, everyone wants to go again.

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Ashley (Elsa) is 5 and from London, and says she had "a great time". Her sister (hiding behind the balloons) agrees.

21. Luckily, you can!

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Don't worry if you missed it this time round. Hayward tells BuzzFeed Life that Sing-Along-a-Frozen is currently so popular that it's "booked for multiple shows every weekend from now until the end of June 2015!"

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