The Frozen musical follows the same story as the Disney Frozen film. Set in the fictional kingdom of Arendelle, audiences meet sisters Elsa and Anna before Elsa’s coronation day. Elsa possesses an ability to make anything she touches turn to ice and freeze, and she’s managed to hide this. Now she’s crowned queen, Elsa is fearful of her own magic powers. Concerned with her abilities, Elsa runs away from the kingdom, resulting in Anna setting off to find Elsa in her newly-built castle. Along the way, Anna meets Kristoff and his reindeer Sven, as well as Olaf, a lovable snowman.
Frozen was first released in cinemas in winter 2013, and has become a global phenomenon. Frozen is the highest-grossing animated film of all time. The Frozen film won 37 awards, including two Academy Awards for best animated feature and best original song for Elsa’s show-stealing number “Let It Go”.
The Frozen musical features songs written by husband and wife duo Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. Frozen in London features original songs made famous in the film, including “Do You Want To Build a Snowman?”, “The First Time in Forever” and “Let it Go”. But there’s also new songs written for Frozen on stage, including “Hygge” and “Colder By the Minute”.
Frozen is directed by Michael Grandage. Frozen is the first production to open at the newly-renovated Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The Frozen West End cast is led by Samantha Barks as Elsa and Stephanie McKeon as Anna.
Please be advised that smoke, haze and strobe lights are used during the performance. Age recommendation 6+. Children under the age of 4 (including babes in arms) will not be admitted to the theatre. Frozen is recommended for children aged 6 and up.
Relaxed Performance will take place on 19 December at 12:30pm.
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Frozen the Musical Synopsis
Frozen the musical is the live retelling of the world-famous original film. Frozen tells the story of Elsa and Anna, two sisters in the fictional kingdom of Arendelle. Running away from the kingdom, the musical follows Anna as she sets off to rescue her sister and convince her to return, joined by a rugged iceman, a reindeer and a lovable snowman. They face an epic journey with magic at every turn. Will they save the kingdom from perpetual winter?
Come and experience these beloved characters live on stage along with your favourite songs including Let It Go, For the First Time in Forever, Do You Want to Build a Snowman? as well as a whole host of additional new songs.
Elsa must feel at home in London, where the weather can turn faster than you can say “let it go.” After a blustery and blue summer (Elsa, is that you?), the sun emerged for the first 30-degree day in months on the press night for Frozen, a winning sign for a bright new Disney musical in the West End.
The legendary ice queen likely feels at home in the completely redone Theatre Royal Drury Lane, which feels positively palatial with vaulted ceilings, detailed frescos, and...
The cold will never bother Frozen! Frozen will play an extended booking period at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, with performances to October 2022. Frozen tickets for the new booking period will be on sale soon.
Based on the 2013 Academy Award-winning Disney film, Frozen follows sisters Elsa and Anna in Arendelle as they try to control Elsa’s icy powers. After many postponements, Frozen officially opened at Theatre Royal Drury Lane last summer. In a five-star Frozen...
Thomas Schumacher, the longtime president of Disney Theatrical Group, isn’t scared of making big changes – whether its adding a song to a time-tested musical, testing a show in a new international city, or reopening multiple productions around the world in the wake of a global pandemic.
“There are real things in life to be afraid of in musical theatre isn't one of them,” Schumacher says.
His latest venture in London: opening Frozen in the West End at the Theatre...
The Disney song “Let It Go” is arguably one of the best-known songs of all time. Elsa's anthem helped to popularised Frozen as a 21st century cultural phenomenon, so much so that it’s hard to believe that Frozen hasn’t even been around for a decade yet. Frozen is not only one of the best-selling films of all time though. It’s also an epic Disney musical which is set to transform the West End into an icy haven.
Frozen is a musical that brings...
Frozen will open at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London from 27 August, the first musical at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane since refurbishment began in 2019. As well as Frozen beginning performances this summer, photos have also been released showing the cast in costume.
Based on the 2013 Academy Award-winning Disney film, Frozen tells of sisters Elsa and Anna, as Elsa runs away from a kingdom to curb her icy powers. The film won two Academy Awards including best...
In January, the West End premiere of Frozen was pushed back at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, but new dates have been confirmed. The Disney musical Frozen will now begin performances from 27 August 2021, with Frozen tickets on sale now.
In a tweet from the production, Frozen will open at a newly refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lane this August. “Company is overdue and we look forward to coming together again to share music, magic, joy, and laughter later this year...
Further casting has been revealed for the upcoming West End production of Frozen, following the news earlier this year that Samantha Barks has been cast in the role of Elsa.
Directed by Michael Grandage, the Disney musical is set for its London premiere in October, when it reopens the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Joining Barks will be Stephanie McKeon, who is set to take on the role of Anna, who embarks on an epic journey with the help of a mountaineer, his reindeer and a...
Samantha Barks is set to take on the lead role in the upcoming West End premiere of Frozen the Musical.
Barks, known for her roles in the film version of Les Miserables and lead role in Pretty Woman: The Musical on Broadway, will play Elsa in Michael Grandage’s production when it opens in London at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in October 2020.
Barks appeared in the West End production of Les Mis prior to appearing in the film, and her other stage credits include City...