Frozen The Musical London West End tickets on sale now

Frozen West End tickets

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Tickets for Frozen The Musical in London’s West End in 2021 are on sale now.

The new London production will begin preview performances at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane on 27 August 2021 ahead of an official opening on 8 September.

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The standard performance schedule will be Wednesday-Saturday at 7PM with Thursday and Saturday matinees at 2:30PM. Sundays will see performances at 1PM and 5:30PM.

Best tickets are currently priced at £28 for midweek performances from mid-September.

Tickets are currently booking to June 2022.

The original West End cast of Frozen was previously confirmed with Samantha Barks taking up the leading role as ice queen Elsa while Stephanie McKeon will appear as sister princess Anna.

They’ll be joined by Obioma Ugoala as Kristoff, Oliver Ormson as Prince Hans, Richard Frame as Duke of Weselton, Craig Gallivan as Olaf with Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall sharing the role of Sven.

Completing the company are Jeremy Batt, Cameron Burt, Lauren Chia, Laura Emmitt, Emily-Mae (Bulda), Hannah Fairclough, Danielle Fiamanya, Chris Fung, Matt Gillett, Joe Griffiths-Brown, Emily Lane, Justin-Lee Jones, Jason Leigh Winter, Jacob Maynard, Leisha Mollyneaux, Gabriel Mokake (King Agnarr), Sarah O’Connor, Jemma Revell, Joshua St. Clair (Pabbie), Jacqui Sanchez (Queen Iduna), Jak Skelly (Oaken/Bishop), Jake Small, Kerry Spark, Isabel Snaas, Monica Swayne, and Anna Woodside.

Meanwhile, it’s been revealed the London version of the 2013 animated film’s stage adaption will feature a number of changes from the original Broadway production.

These include new song I Can’t Lose You performed by Elsa and Anna.

The duet was written by husband and wife team Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez who wrote both the original songs for the film and more than 10 new songs for the Broadway show.

Meanwhile, the musical’s book comes from Jennifer Lee, who wrote the film’s screenplay, with direction from Michael Grandage, choreography from Rob Ashford and musical supervision/arrangements by Stephen Oremus.

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