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Frozen closed on 05 May 2018.

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Starring Doctor Foster actress Suranne Jones, the Bryony Lavery play Frozen will be revived at Theatre Royal Haymarket for a limited 12-week run from February 2018.

Frozen tells the story of the search for missing 10-year-old girl Rhona, and follows her mother (played by Jones) and kidnapper, who will be played by Jason Watkins.

The play premiered at the Birmingham Repetory Theatre in 1998, and was revived at the National Theatre’s Cottesloe Theatre in 2002, and also received a run on Broadway in 2004, when it was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Play.

Suranne Jones is probably best known for playing the titular character in the BBC series Doctor Foster, alongside Bertie Carvel, and an earlier stint in Coronation Street in the early noughties. Her stage career began at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in 2005 when she played Joanne Galloway in A Few Good Men, and she went on to appear in Terms of Endearment (York Theatre Royal), Beautiful Thing (Arts Theatre) and Orlando (Manchester Royal Exchange).

Jason Watkins is an Olivier-nominated actor best-known for appearing in the TV series W1A, Being Human and Trollied. His theatre work includes A Servant For Two Masters (Young Vic), Rafts and Dreams (Royal Court), Philistines and Landscape with Weapon (National Theatre).

Director Jonathan Munby is set to direct Ian McKellen in a production of King Lear at Chichester Festival Theatre, and his previous work includes The Merchant of Venice, Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare’s Globe), and Twelfth Night (Sheffield Theatres).

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About Frozen:

One sunny evening a young girl walks to visit her Grandma, she never arrives….

A play about retribution, remorse and redemption, Frozen explores the interwoven lives of three strangers as they try to make sense of the unimaginable.

Frozen Child Policy:
Suitable for age 15+. The play contains very strong language and content that some may find disturbing.
Bryony Lavery
Jonathan Munby
Cast list:
Suranne Jones, Jason Watkins
Frozen Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
Friday, 9 February, 2018
Opening date: 
Wednesday, 21 February, 2018
Saturday, 5 May, 2018

Theatre Royal Haymarket

8 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4HT
Nearest tube:
Piccadilly Circus
Seating Plan:

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Our Frozen Review

By an interesting coincidence, there's a musical called Frozen beginning performances on Broadway on Thursday (22nd February), but two days ahead of it a play sharing the exact same title opened at the West End's Theatre Royal Haymarket. But no, you won't hear “Let It Go” sung at the latter.  You will, however, hear the identical phrase spoken: a mother whose ten-year-old daughter Rhona went... Read more

Latest Frozen News & Features

Production photos of Suranne Jones and Jason Watkins in Frozen released
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Images of Suranne Jones and the cast of Frozen at the Theatre Royal Haymarket have been released. Bryony Lavery’s play is about the search for missing 10-year-old girl Rhona, and follows her mother and kidnapper. Suranne Jones, who is best-known for playing the title character in Mike Bartlett’s Doctor Foster series, plays Rhona’s mother. The cast also includes Jason Watkins (Being Human and Trollied) and Nina Sosanya (W1A). The production is directed by Jontathan Munby, whose credits include King Lear starring Ian McKellen, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe).

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