Disney’s Frozen – The Musical

Disney’s Frozen at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Disney's Frozen - The Musical London Theatre BreaksWhat ever you are celebrating, or if you are not celebrating anything at all and just need cheering up, I thoroughly recommend making sure you see Disney’s  Frozen at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Frozen and hotel packages are now booking to September 2024

Disney's Frozen - The Musical London Theatre Breaks
Disney_s Frozen – Sven and Obio… Photo by Johan Persson © Disney.jpg

Disney’s Frozen was my family’s first show back after lock down. And as we sat out on the balcony of the Theatre Royal Drury lane, at the interval, eating our ice creams, looking out over Catherine Street it was almost possible to think that the previous year had been a dream!

Now Theatreland is in full swing and Disney’s Frozen has proved itself to be an established part of the West End’s show list and is currently booking to September 2024.

So make sure that you prepare to fall in love with Disney’s FROZEN all over again, as this brand-new theatrical experience entertains audiences this year at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Incredible special effects, stunning costumes and jaw-dropping scenery bring Elsa and Anna’s journey to life in a whole new way. And with all the beloved songs from the movie – as well as a few surprises from the writers behind Let it Go – you’ll be transported to Arendelle from the moment the curtain rises.

FROZEN is brought to the stage by an award-winning creative team, with direction by Tony® and Olivier Award winner Michael Grandage and a book by Academy® and BAFTA Award winner Jennifer Lee. The show features the cherished songs from the original film alongside new songs by Grammy® and Academy Award-winning writers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

Theatre and Hotel packages to see Frozen are currently booking to September 2024.

Performing Wednesday to Saturday evening with matinees on Thursday, Saturday and two on Sunday

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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