Tinkerbell and The Legend of The Neverbeast


Tinkerbell Legend of the Neverbeast

There’s a new Disney Tinkerbell film out on December 12th, Tinkerbell and the Legend of The Neverbeast and we were invited along by BritMums to watch a special gala screening in Leicester Square on Sunday.

We arrived with plenty of time as there was lots of activities in the foyer before the film started including decorating your wings, face painting and stroking a host of gorgeous animals including Pugs that look a bit like the Neverbeast. Plus we got to have our photo taken with Tinkerbell and Fawn.

Tinkerbell and Fawn twins

First things first, we all LOVED this film. Pure Disney magic with a strong powerful message – Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.

Tinkerbell Legend of the Neverbeast

Tinkerbell’s friend Fawn, the animal fairy, is the main character as her passion for looking after animals sometimes makes her heart rule her head. Queen Clarion is not too pleased to discover from her Scout fairies that Fawn has been looking after a baby hawk with a broken wing. Hawks eat fairies! The Queen tells Fawn

Let your heart guide you but listen to your head too.

On an investigation Fawn discovers a very special animal who is in a lot of pain with a thorn stuck in his foot. She wants to help him and listens to both her heart and her head to assist him in removing the thorn.

Tinkerbell Legend of the Neverbeast

The fairies at Pixie Hollow hear him roar with pain and everyone is scared as they’ve never heard such a fierce roar before. Whilst Fawn and Gruff, the Neverbeast, continue to spend lots of time together and become great friends the scout fairies investigate further and discover the old legend of the Neverbeast which says he will destroy Pixie Hollow.

Fawn has to protect her new animal friend from the scout fairies who believe he is a monster out to destroy them, Fawn listens to her heart and doesn’t believe Gruff would ever hurt them. She now has to convince her friends as she needs their help.


A lot of teamwork ensues and a lot of lessons are learnt too, the most important being, Never judge a book by it’s cover.

This film made us jump in our seats, it brought tears to our eyes and it made us rethink about how we judge people on appearance.

Tinkerbell Legend of the Neverbeast

I loved it. The girls loved it and even dad said he enjoyed the film. Out in cinemas from 12th December I’d thoroughly recommend it.


Disclosure: We were invited to attend the Gala Screening of TinkerBell and the Legend of the Neverbeast as guests of BritMums. All words, opinions and images are my own and may not be copied without my permission.

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