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Frozen the Musical

Frozen the Musical Tickets

  • Booking until: Sunday, 23 October 2022
  • Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes (one interval)
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About Frozen the Musical

Important Information

Although there will be no formal COVID certification system in place in relation to your particular performance, for the comfort and reassurance of all our guests we kindly request that all audience members over the age of 11 years take a COVID test within 48 hours of their visit to the theatre.

This request does not apply to guests who have chosen to obtain a Domestic COVID-PASS from the NHS App or website (or national and international equivalents) which demonstrates double vaccination plus 14 days, or a negative test taken within 48 hours, or natural immunity.  Please bring your negative test result or COVID-PASS to the theatre with you.

Performance Times
  • Booking until: Sunday, 23 October 2022
  • Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes (one interval)
Mon - -
Tue - -
Wed - 19:00
Thu 14:00 19:00
Fri - 19:00
Sat 14:00 19:00
Sun 13:00 17:30

Frozen the Musical description

Frozen The Musical – Disney’s gorgeous global classic

If your children adored the film, they’ll be enthralled by Frozen The Musical, the stage version of the legendary story that has gathered 37 coveted awards including two Academy Awards for best animated feature and best original song for Let It Go. If your kids only see one theatre show this year, make it Frozen. They’ll be totally enchanted, and they will never forget the experience.

What's the plot of Frozen The Musical?

Frozen the musical tells the same story as the wonderful film. You’ll meet Elsa and Anna, two sisters who live in the imaginary kingdom of Arendelle. Elsa runs away to escape her own magical powers. The story follows Anna as she tries to rescue her sister and convince her to return. You’ll meet a tough iceman, a reindeer, and a friendly snowman, all of whom enjoy the epic journey, sprinkled with icy magic. Can the sisters save their homeland from a winter that lasts forever?

Frozen The Musical features songs written by the husband and wife team, Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. It’s stacked with gorgeous original songs from the movie including Do You Want To Build a Snowman, The First Time in Forever, and of course the amazing Let it Go, plus a load more new songs written especially for the stage version. The director is Michael Grandage, and this is the first production to appear on stage at the renovated Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Who is Frozen The Musical for?

Frozen The Musical is recommended for people aged 6 plus.

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