Reasons To See 'Frozen The Musical' At The Theatre Royal Drury Lane

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What's Disney's Frozen he Musical All About And Why Should You Go and See It? 

The song “Let It Go” from Disney's hugely popular movie and now subsequent stage show, Frozen is instantly recognisable. Elsa's catchy anthem helped to elevate Frozen into a 21st century 'must see' phenomenon and onto becoming one of the most successful movies of all time. Now the movie has been brilliantly transformed into a spectacular stage show experience that has transformed the West End into a magical icy haven and firmly established itself as a family favourite.

Frozen The Musical brings the lovable Disney characters Anna and snowman Olaf to life as the attempt to save Arendelle from spending her lifetime plunged into ice. The musical features an exciting musical score by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and some incredible costume changes that sometimes defy belief. 

But why should you go and see Frozen at Theatre Royal Drury Lane and what is the fuss all about? 

What is the plot of Frozen about?

The story of Frozen takes its inspiration from Hans Christian Andersen’s famous 19th-century fairytale, The Snow Queen which has been re-energised with a bit of Disney magic and a twist.

Elsa and Anna are two princesses who live in a castle where life should be packed full of frivolity and fun. Elsa discovers that she has developed powers that mean that anything she touches can turn into ice. Elsa attempts to conceal her icy powers but as time goes on it becomes increasingly difficult to do so.  On her coronation day, which should be a day of immense joy and celebration, she is passed a sceptre. Unsure of how to deal with this without exposing her 'abilities', Elsa runs away to her own ice castle, which leaves Arendelle plundered to its very own ice age.

Her younger sister Anna immediately sets out to rescue her Elsa, and save the kingdom, but she can’t do it alone, and is joined by the lovable trio of Olaf the snowman, iceman Kristoff, and Sven the reindeer to battle their way through the snowstorm to reunite Elsa and Anna.  Will they succeed, or will their world be forever frozen?

Is the Frozen musical the same as the Disney movie Frozen?

Both the Frozen The Musical and the Frozen movie follow the same plot, so if you are familiar with the movie version you will know what to expect from the musical although several new songs have been added into the musical to keep it fresh.

When was the premiere of Frozen?

Frozen received its world premiere at the Buell Theatre in Denver, Colorado, and ran from 17th August - 1st Oct. 2017, before transferring onto Broadway at the St. James Theatre on 22nd February. 2018, where it had an an official opening on 22nd March 2018 and ran until 11th March 2020 before it was forced to shut down performances due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Who wrote the musical Frozen?

Frozen has a book written by Jennifer Lee, who also wrote the stories for both the Frozen and Frozen II movies. The music and lyrics in the show are from married couple Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez who have also collaborated on projects including the Frozen movies, Coco, and the original music used in WandaVision. 

What theatre does Frozen play at in London?

Frozen is currently playing at the iconic Theatre Royal Drury Lane which went through a two year renovation prior to Frozen’s West End opening. The Theatre Royal Drury Lane is one of the grandest and oldest West End theatres and has been packing in audiences since the 17th century. Recent previous productions to feature at the venue include '42nd Street', 'Lord Of The Rings',  and 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'.

What songs are featured in the musical Frozen?

Unless you have been living in a cave, you will definitely be familiar with some of the songs that are featured in Frozen. The biggest hits from the movie all feature in the show, including “Love is an Open Door,"  and “For The First Time in Forever” but there are also new songs included in the stage show.  Here are all the songs featured in Frozen The Musical:

Act 1

"Vuelie" 
"Let the Sun Shine On" 
"A Little Bit of You" 
"Hidden Folk" 
"Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" 
"For the First Time in Forever" 
"Hans of the Southern Isles" 
"Dangerous to Dream" 
"Love Is an Open Door" 
"Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People" 
“What Do You Know About Love?" 
"In Summer" 
"Hans of the Southern Isles" 
"Let It Go" 

Act 2

"Hygge" 
"I Can't Lose You"
"Fixer Upper" 
"Kristoff Lullaby" 
"Monster" 
"Hans of the Southern Isles" 
"True Love" 
"Colder by the Minute" 
"Finale: Let It Go" (reprise) 

How do I book tickets for Frozen The Musical in London?

Performances of Frozen The Musical are currently playing at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London and tickets can be bought securely online through Theatretickets-London.co.uk or directly from the box office.

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