Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Catherine Street, West End, London WC2B 5JFVenue information
FROZEN THE MUSICAL, the Broadway smash‐hit, is coming to London’s West End
Prepare for a show that’ll give you chills! FROZEN THE MUSICAL is arriving at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane this October.
What’s more, you’ll get to hear the most cherished songs from the film, including your favourite Idina Menzel hit – plus new tunes by the masterminds behind that very track: Grammy® and Academy Award‐winning writers Kristen Anderson‐Lopez and Robert Lopez.
This is your opportunity to enjoy your favourite Disney tale as you’ve never experienced it before. So, don’t Let it Go! Sign up today and we’ll let you know as soon as tickets are available.
The magical world of Arendelle comes to life with all of your favourite characters and songs to tell a story of love, hope and knowing yourself. It hit our screens back in 2013 and has been melting our hearts ever since. Now, the global phenomenon that brought us iconic characters like Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Sven and Prince Hans – and, of course, the incredibly catchy song Let it Go – is making its way from Arendelle to the West End, via Broadway!
Get ready for the story of Disney’s FROZEN THE MUSICAL to come alive on stage. With groundbreaking sets, stunning special effects, exquisite costumes and magical touches, the performance will delight and amaze children and big kids alike.
Frozen the Musical is recommended for a general audience. As an advisory to adults who might bring young people, Frozen the Musical is recommend for ages 6 and up. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted into the theatre. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age must have a ticket.
2 hours and 30 minutes, including an interval.
The principle cast will be Samantha Barks and Stephanie McKeon as the much-loved Elsa and Anna respectively. Barks recently took the titular role in Pretty Woman in Chicago and on Broadway, and McKeon starred in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical in the West End. Olaf will be played by Craig Gallivan, who was in School of Rock at the Gillian Lynne Theatre. Oliver Ormson takes the part of Hans, after starring in the premiere of Back To The Future: The Musical in Manchester, and after featuring in the original London cast of Hamilton, Obioma Ugoala plays Kristoff.
The rest of the cast is as follows:
Emily-Mae as Bulda, Gabriel Mokake as King Agnarr, Jacqui Sanchez as Queen Iduna, Jak Skelly as Oaken/Bishop, Joshua St. Clair as Pabbie, Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall alternating the role of Sven, and Richard Frame as Weselton. They are joined by ensemble members Anna Woodside, Cameron Burt, Danielle Fiamanya, Emily Lane, Hannah Fairclough, Isabel Snaas, Jacob Maynard, Jake Small, Jason Leigh Winter, Jemma Revell, Jeremy Batt, Joe Griffiths-Brown, Justin-Lee Jones, Laura Emmitt, Lauren Chia, Leisha Mollyneaux, Matt Gillett, Monica Swayne, and Sarah O’Connor.
Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez (Music & Lyrics), Jennifer Lee (Book), Michael Grandage (Director), Rob Ashford (Choreographer), Christopher Oram (Scenic & Costume Design), Natasha Katz (Lighting Design), Peter Hylenski (Sound Design), Finn Ross (Video Design), Michael Curry (Puppet Design), David Brian Brown (Hair Design), Anne Ford-Coates (Makeup Design), Jeremy Chernick (Special Effects Design), Stephen Oremus (Music Supervision and Arrangements), Dave Metzger (Orchestrations)
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