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Disney by Hand at the Barbican
Disney by Hand at the Barbican

Disney by Hand at the Barbican

Dates: 6th-27th February | Location: Barbican, London

The Barbican is screening some of the best Disney classics over February. They are also offering a kids go free deal to any Disney by Hand screening with a booking of Disney’s latest release The Princess and The Frog.

Celebrating the greatest hand-drawn animations in the history of Disney with the studio’s latest feature The Princess and the Frog and a programme of the best classic titles, from its very first animated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and including Oscar-nominated Beauty and the Beast and one of the most popular Disney hits, The Lion King.

For further details, visit Barbican.

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