The popular Disney musical Frozen is to continue performances at Theatre Royal Drury Lane until at least October 2023.
Frozen is based on the 2013 Academy Award-winning animated movie of the same name, and follows sisters Elsa and Anna in the kingdom of Arendelle as they attempt to control Elsa’s icy powers. The musical premiered in London in 2021 and has become a popular family favourite.
The role of Elsa is played by Samantha Barks in the production, with Emily Lane as her sister Anna. Other notable members of the cast include Craig Gallivan as Olaf, Djavan van de Fliert as Kristoff, Oliver Ormson as Hans, Richard Frame as the Duke of Weselton, Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall as Sven, Luke Fraser Yates, Rhianne Alleyne, Caitlin Tipping, Jeremy Batt, Marianne Bardgett, Rebecca Botterill, Jordan Livesey, Char Burnett, Jacqui Sanchez, Collette Coleman, Laura Emmitt, Kerry Spark, Davide Fienauri, Justin-Lee Jones, Jemal Felix, Jordan Fox, Ben Irish, Aoife Kenny, Molly Francis, Matt Gillett, Isabella Glanznig Santos, Joshua Robinson, Harriet Samuels, Jak Skelly, Rodney Vubya, and Anna Woodside.
Frozen features a book by Jennifer Lee music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez — including “For the First Time in Forever”, “Love is an Open Door,” and new songs “Hygge,” and “Monster.”
Booking & Theatre News For Frozen The Musical
Performances of Frozen The Musical are at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane which is a large West End venue with a capacity of 1993 seats. Different price bands are available throughout the theatre with a wide range of unobstructed views of the stage while also allowing patrons to exploit the cut-off points of the price bands to secure maximum value for money.
Due to the size of the theatre, some sections can feel a little distant from the stage, however, the stage itself is 22 metres deep, and the seats at the back in the Stalls allow you to take everything in. The centre seats in the Stalls offer an immersive experience without any restrictions and are considered Premium seats which are reflected in the price. Sitting in the front of the Royal Circle gives the best overall view of the stage from an elevated position and seats 12-24 are dead-centre and avoid any restrictions that sometimes feature in seats towards the ends of rows.
The seats in the Balcony section at this theatre are always the cheapest and offer good value for money although they are located very high up and possibly not suitable for those suffering from vertigo. Sitting near the front centre does provide an excellent and unobstructed view of the stage allowing you to absorb the atmosphere of this amazing and iconic theatre. These seats can also often have an equally good view and be better priced than those in the Grand Circle for patrons on a budget looking to secure cheap Frozen tickets or looking for lastminute shows in London.