Disney Theatrical Productions has announced their critically acclaimed production of Frozen is extending until March 2023 thanks to dramatic public demand. We have a 24 hour exclusive sale on tickets for Frozen at 10am on 23rd June 2022 for the new booking period to 26th March 2023. And there’s an exclusive ‘No Booking Fee’ deal on performances into November 2022 when you book by 17th July.
Who’s involved in Frozen?
There’s something special about this show that keeps the people coming. It’s already a legend in its own lifetime. The production opened at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in August 2021 and has been playing to full-capacity houses ever since. And it has won 7 WhatsOnStage Awards – the most of any production – plus 4 Olivier Award nominations, including Best New Musical.
- Joining the company are Emily Lane as Anna and Djavan van de Fliert as Kristoff, who from 28 September will play alongside Samantha Barks (Elsa), Craig Gallivan (Olaf), Oliver Ormson (Hans), Richard Frame (Duke of Weselton)
- Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall alternate the role of Sven
- Continuing as part of the ensemble are Jeremy Batt, Laura Emmitt, Matt Gillett, Justin-Lee Jones, Jacqui Sanchez (Queen Iduna), Jak Skelly (Oaken/Bishop), Kerry Spark (King Agnarr), Anna Woodside, and Luke Fraser Yates
- They’re joined by Rhianne Alleyne, Danny Becker, Marianne Bardgett, Rebecca Botterill, Char Burnett (Bulda), Collette Coleman, Davide Fienauri, Jemal Felix, Jordan Fox, Molly Francis, Harriet Samuels, Isabella Glanznig Santos, Ben Irish (Pabbie), Aoife Kenny, Jordan Livesey, Joshua Robinson, Caitlin Tipping, and Rodney Vubya
- The show has music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopezand Robert Lopez
- The book is by Jennifer Lee
- Frozen is directed by Michael Grandage
Buy Frozen Tickets
Buy cheap Frozen tickets online with us and enjoy fantastic service. Pick the seats you love best using our Theatre Royal Drury Lane seating plan. Then show your etickets at the door on the day to enter the venue. Don’t forget to take advantage of our special Frozen tickets offers!
About the Theatre Royal Drury Lane Theatre
The Theatre Royal Drury Lane was once known as London’s leading theatre. It’s the most recent in a line of four theatres built on the site, the first dating back to 1663. Built in 1812, renovated in 1922 and again in 2013, it’s the oldest theatre site in London still in use, affectionately nicknamed ‘The Drury’. Past shows at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane include Anything Goes in 2003, The Producers in 2004, The Lord of the Rings in 2007 and numerous high profile concerts.