Frozen coming to London

London theatre news: Wednesday 20 March 2019

London West End - Musicals - Shows

Disney's Frozen will reopen the Theatre Royal Drury Lane after its £45 million renovation and restoration programme, in the Autumn of 2020.
Frozen coming to London

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The historic Theatre Royal Drury Lane is currently undergoing a massive £45 million renovation and restoration programme.

But the big news is that Disney's Frozen will reopen the theatre after its redevelopment is completed.

Frozen is the uplifting story of love and sisterhood beautifully retold for the stage in a spectacular new musical, bringing together the two sisters who melted hearts across the world and who will probably cast a whole new spell over London's West End.

Here's the teaser trailer ...

Frozen is brought to the stage by a multi-award-winning creative team, led by Tony® and Olivier Award-winning director Michael Grandage, with book from Academy® and BAFTA Award-winning Jennifer Lee, featuring the cherished songs from the original film, alongside a brand-new score from Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, the Grammy® and Academy Award®-winning songwriters behind the global phenomenon "Let it Go".

Further details about Frozen's run at Drury Lane are, as yet, in short supply with no firm dates announced - but we'll keep you posted as we get more news.

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