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Based on the Oscar-winning 2013 animation, Disney’s Frozen: The West End Musical will celebrate the extraordinary story that melted hearts across the world earning over $1.3 billion at the global box office in the process.
Co-directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck and featuring songs written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the film has already generated two spin-off short films and a hit sequel released in December 2020, but now its time to go back to where it all began.
Are you ready to ‘Let It Go’ once again?
How to get tickets for Frozen
Priority booking for the Frozen already took place in January, but the bulk of the tickets will go on general sale on Friday, 6 March. Tickets cost £20 per person.
Which theatre is Frozen at and when does it start?
Previews for Frozen will run at Theatre Royal Drury Lane from Friday, 30 October to Tuesday, 10 November. The theatre is currently closed for a full refurbishment and will reopen as The Lane.
What is the performance schedule for Frozen?
Performances from 12 November will run:
Wednesday - Saturday: 7pm
Thursday & Saturday: 2.30pm
Sunday: 1pm & 5.30pm
What is the Frozen musical about?
The Frozen musical tells largely the same story as the movie, but with a few key differences. There are new songs, it’s a bit darker and more grown up than the film version, and Kristoff’s beloved trolls have been cut completely from the story.
Otherwise it’s about Elsa and Anna, the princesses of the fictional Scandinavian kingdom of Arendelle. Elsa, the older sister, has magical ice powers that she must keep hidden from her sister and her people, however her powers are let loose at her coronation forcing her into hiding.
Who is in the cast for Frozen?
The cast for Frozen has yet to be announced, following open auditions in summer 2019 to fill the key roles of Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, Hans and the Duke of Weselton. The Broadway version opted for colourblind casting with Jelani Alladin playing the role of Kristoff.
The production team included Michael Grandage as director, Rob Ashford as choreographer, Christopher Oram on scenic and costume design, Neil Ashton on lighting design, Peter Hylenski on sound design, Finn Ross on video design, Michael Curry on puppet design, David Brian Brown on hair design, Anne Ford-Coates on makeup design, Jeremy Chernik on special effects design, Stephen Oremus on music supervision and arrangements, and Dave Metzger on orchestrations.