Frozen the Musical tickets and hotel

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Exceptional 98%. (75 audience reviews)

"Amazing show from start to finish great set"

"As above"


"Fantastic Show"

"One of the best shows we have seen - the special effects were amazing. I can`t believe the show is coming to an end in September. Would recommend to anyone if they can still get tickets!"...



"Absolutely one of the best shows I`ve seen & I have seen many!. My daughter`s first west end experience and her face throughout the whole performance brought me to tears. Best ever"...


"Amazing 129321;"

"This is my new favourite west end show! This is an amazing performance for all the family, and is performed to perfection x"...


"Amazon show - highly recommend for all ages"

"Only issue was our seats - we were in the balcony which was very high and far away. Row in front had a handrail & the people in the row leaned forward so obstructed our view of stage. Disappointed with the seats!"...



"2nd time we`ve seen it, as the effects are spectacular. Best musical we`ve seen in a long time!"...


"Frozen is truly magical"


"Excellent show from start to finish"...


Getting there

Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Catherine Street

5 min walk from Covent Garden Tube Station. Head southeast on James Street, left towards Russell Street, right onto Catherine Street and the theatre will be on the left.


Covent Garden station is 3 minute walk (255 metres)




Special notes

Running time: 2hr 15min. Incl. interval.

Booking from: 24 Jul 2024

Booking until: 08 Sep 2024

About the show

The Show
Princess Elsa is set to become Queen of Arendelle, her sister Anna is overjoyed, and the party is planned, but Elsa has a secret, one she is terrified of her sister and the people of Arendelle discovering. It all seems to be going according to plan, until Anna drops a bombshell, she is getting married, to a man she just met. Coupled with the constant questions from Anna and having been locked away for so long, Elsa unleashes her powers by accident, covering the Arendelle in eternal winter. Deciding she is better alone Elsa runs and crafts her own castle of ice to keep everyone out, but Anna is persistent and is determined to bring Elsa back and prove she is not the monster everyone thinks she is. Can a true act of love save the day?

History of Frozen
2013 saw the rise of the popular Disney movie Frozen, which took inspiration from The Snow Queen written in 1844 by Hans Christian Anderson. Whilst in the Snow Queen the character was the villain of the story, Disney took a different route and made Elsa a warm hearted and caring sister, scared of her own power. The movie captured audiences' hearts with songs such as "Let it Go" and "Do you Want to build a Snowman". In 2014 the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, announced that a stage musical was in production but would take time, as they demanded excellence not speed. Eventually in March 2018 Frozen the Musical hit Broadway, and after playing 825 shows the show closed its doors in March 2020. However, the West End was quick to snap up the show and the show opened in London at Theatre Royal Drury Lane on September 8 th , 2021, and is still going strong.

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Awards and what the Critics say
WHATSONSTAGE award for Best Choreography
WHATSONSTAGE award for Best Direction
WHATSONSTAGE award for Best Costume Design
"The musical version of 'Frozen' is an awesome spectacle with more heart, depth, and darkness than the film" Time Out
"Stunning musical extravaganza creates its own magic" The Guardian

Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Catherine Street

Covent Garden station is 3 minute walk (255 metres)

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