With your Frozen tickets, you’re cordially invited to the coronation day for Elsa, the new Queen of Arendelle. The reception should be warm, the company welcoming, and the future of Arendelle should be bright. But Elsa’s hiding an icy secret from her people that would send a cold shiver down anyone’s spine. Since childhood, Elsa’s had the ability to turn anything she touches into ice, freezing them in time forevermore. Luckily, Elsa’s powers haven’t affected her life too much, but when she storms away at her public coronation and accidentally freezes Arendelle over, she finds herself isolated. Can this snow queen “Let It Go” and open up her heart to realise she’s not a “Monster” after all? Since the 2013 Disney film was released, Frozen has become somewhat of a cultural phenomenon. The Academy Award-winning movie is one of the highest-grossing animated films of all time, with its message of sisterhood and acceptance celebrated by audiences of all ages. Now, the Frozen musical arrives in London, playing at a newly renovated Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Children under the age of 4 (including babes in arms) will not be admitted to the theatre. Frozen is recommended for children aged 6 and up.