Frozen musical London tickets: How to get tickets as Frozen comes to the West End

Frozen: West End musical trailer from Disney

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Frozen was first released by Disney in 2013 and fans could not get enough of it. The main song, Let It Go, quickly went viral and the film spawned a sequel, Frozen 2, in 2019. Now Anna and Elsa are coming to the London stage and Express.co.uk breaks down how fans can get tickets ahead of the show.

When will tickets to Frozen the Musical be released?

Tickets for Frozen have very recently gone on sale, and are available to buy at the show’s official website.

The show will run from August 2021 to April 2022, with tickets already selling fast.

Previews are available from August 27 with press night being held on September 8.

According to the show’s website, the earliest availability for tickets is for mid-week evening performances from mid-September.

These shows begin at 7pm and it looks as though Wednesdays and Thursdays have most of the available slots still left.

When it comes to weekend-viewing, fans should consider booking for Sunday afternoon performances where there is most availability from November.

These performances start at 5.30pm and while November is your best bet, there are still some tickets for shows in late September.

There are also Saturday matinees from 2pm and Sunday matinees from 1pm, though fans may have to wait until January 2022 for these, as most tickets before this time have already sold out.

Savers can also look to buy £20 seats, which have the best availability on Wednesdays and Thursdays from mid-September.

Accessibility is also high on the priorities for this show, and there are both shows with captioning, audio description and a ‘relaxed performance’ for those with additional needs.

The relaxed performances are adapted for children on the autism spectrum or with additional sensory needs, and the theatre is equipped with specially-trained staff and dedicated quiet areas in the auditorium.

The Theatre Royal Drury Lane has just undergone a huge refurbishment project, which took two years to complete.

The refurbishment, which has cost an approximate £60million, includes specially commissioned artwork and a historic restoration of some of the theatre’s 19th-century adornments.

As well as retaining and restoring much of the period features already in the building, new bars, restaurants and an afternoon tea will open.

The final show of 42nd Street, the theatre’s last show, took place in January 2019 and the theatre has remained closed since.

According to the theatre’s owner, Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber, a previous owner playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan went bankrupt over the restoration of the theatre after it burned down in 1809.

Lord Andrew joked: “Sheridan went bankrupt, and I’m not convinced I won’t.”

He added in a separate interview: “The improvements planned for Theatre Royal Drury Lane will reinforce that this building is truly one of the greatest musical houses in the world.”

Frozen the Musical stars Samantha Barks and Stephanie McKeon as Elsa and Anna; Obioma Ugoala as Kristoff; Craig Gallivan as the snowman Olaf; Oliver Ormson as Hans; Richard Frame as Weselton; and Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall alternating in the role of Sven the reindeer.

The musical will also feature all of the original songs from Kristin Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez.

Frozen the Musical begins previews at Theatre Royal Drury Lane on August 27

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