Once Upon A Princess bring popular storybook fairytales to life, hosting magical events for children featuring their favourite character Princess.
Ballet With A Princess to be held at the iconic and regal Piccadilly Cinemas in North Adelaide, is a stylish art deco heritage listed building that's maintained its nostalgic charm - one fit for royalty for every little Princess. Step back in time and experience fairytales and nostalgia together for a magical morning with the Royal Princesses.
The cinema styled with luxurious and plush chaises on all levels, stately royal red and gold carpet, art deco architecture and furnishings - also features baroque mirrors, antique lamps, and stunning flowers throughout. You can even touch up hair and make up at the old fashioned powder bars decorated with flowers, and even the bathrooms are fit for royalty - fitted out with curtains and arm chairs.
The grand staircase leading up to the auditorium
As you walk up the striking grand staircase decorated with flower garlands leading to the elegant regal ceiling chandelier, the golden chevron stained glass windows that reflect sunlight, will feel as if you're in a real fairytale castle!
Plush chaises are scattered throughout every floor of the cinema. Photo: Ken Rowe
In the grand auditorium the Royal Princesses will teach a ballet lesson through a fairytale story followed by a meet and greet photo opportunity before screening of the movie Ballerina - a beautiful and inspiring film which follows a poor orphan girl who dreams of becoming a ballerina and gets a chance to audition for the celebrated school of the Paris Opera Ballet.
Once Upon A Princess on the grand staircase at Piccadilly Cinemas
Tickets to Ballet With A Princess include a ballet lesson with the Royal Princesses (Cinderella, the Snow Sisters, Rapunzel, Dancing Beauty and other favourites) and a movie ticket with two combo items popcorn, drink or choc top. Each little Princess will also receive an exquisite Ballerina pendant as a keepsake - a reminder to follow her dreams as a ballerina.
Little ballerinas are encouraged to wear their tutus, ballet attire, or favourite Princess dress. Little Princes are welcome to attend, as the movie is also suitable for boys.
The Royal Princesses in the foyer of the Piccadilly Cinemas with little Princesses