The Princess and the Frog (U)

Princess and the Frog

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From the archive

This film was last shown on 14 October 2017

Tiana and a frog prince who desperately wants to be human again share a fateful kiss that leads them on quite an adventure.

Set in 1920s New Orleans, Louisiana, the film tells the story of a hardworking waitress named Tiana who dreams of owning her own restaurant. After kissing a prince who has been turned into a frog by an evil witch doctor, Tiana becomes a frog herself, and must find a way to turn back into a human before it is too late. With the help of a trumpet-playing alligator, a Cajun firefly, and an old blind lady who lives in a boat in a tree, Naveen and Tiana must race to break the spell and fulfil their dreams.

This is a modern retelling of the story of The Frog Prince. With classic hand drawn Disney animation alongside modern humour, this is a great family film about love in the most unlikely of places.

Alongside the film, we will be hosting a Hair Workshop in partnership with Our Mel/Melanin Festival. The activity runs from 12 - 1, and is free with your cinema ticket!

This session is for children to discuss and listen to each other about their own hair journey. Explore their likes and dislikes and how to manage their gorgeous curls no matter what texture. Whilst not forgetting supporting parents as the information will be supportive to both parent and child in their daily hair regime. We will have two guest speakers talking about their own day to day hair care.

Our aim is to build confidence and self love and we believe that understanding your hair from a young age is a positive way of embracing who you are, your heritage and background. What better way to do it than before going to see Princess Tiana, a black Disney Princess.


Ron Clements and John Musker
97 mins
Anika Noni Rose, Jenifer Lewis, Jim Cummings, John Goodman, Keith David


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