Dora the Explorer saves the Crystal Kingdom | Hoyts Jnr


Nick Jr. presents Dora the Explorer saves the Crystal Kingdom. In this feature length adventure, Dora and Boots travel into a storybook to help their new friend Allie save the Crystal Kingdom. And they need your help! A Greedy King has taken all of the crystals that make the kingdom colourful.

After you have helped Dora and Boots, get ready to rock with the Bubble Guppies. In this BONUS episode, the Bubble Guppies are taking the stage with their guitars, drums and keyboards. Get ready to crank it up to 10 and learn about everything rock and roll.

Dora the Explorer saves the Crystal Kingdom will be showing for a limited time from 30 November 2013 at selected Hoyts cinemas.

Sessions are generally screened on Saturday, Sunday and/or weekday mornings around 10am, but check with your local Hoyts cinema to confirm.

Tickets are $8 each (plus booking fee for online bookings).

What:  Dora the Explorer saves the Crystal Kingdom

When:  From 30 November 2013

Where:   Selected Hoyts Cinemas – Norwood, Salisbury & Tea Tree Plaza

Who:   Rated G | Running Time 60 minutes.

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Hoyts Jnr is a dedicated cinema program for families with pre-schoolers. It is a unique cinema experience for children 3-6 years of age, presenting great preschool content on the big screen on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Hoyts Jnr offers exceptional value for families with a flat ticket price for all. Hoyts Jnr understand that pre-schoolers may not be able to sit still during an entire film, so it’s a great way to introduce young children to the cinema experience. Therefore, most of the films that screen as part of Hoyts Jnr run from 50 mins to approximately 1 hour. If they need to stand up and stretch their legs, or leave the cinema during the movie, nobody is going to mind a disruption.

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

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