Frozen is located at Theatre Royal Drury Lane which was closed for renovation specifically to get ready for this musical. It is the oldest theatre in the West End from London. You can find tickets here.
“Let It Go” by Disney is one of the most well-known songs of all time. Elsa’s song helped promote Frozen as a global phenomenon, so much so that it’s difficult to think he’s only approximately 10 years old.
The musical Frozen stars Disney princesses Anna and the endearing snowman Olaf as they attempt to save Arendelle from a life of ice.
Frozen is based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale The Snow Queen. As is customary with Disney, certain adjustments have been made to the plot. Elsa and Anna are two young princesses who dwell in a palace; their lives are pleasant until Elsa realises she possesses magical powers that allow her to turn whatever she touches into ice. Understandably, hiding this weird talent becomes impossible, and she finally flees after turning practically everything into ice.
Anna goes out to defend the kingdom and her sister. She can’t do it alone, so she teams up with Kristoff, the reindeer Sven, and the snowman Olaf to battle the snowfall. The narrative of the musical is the same as that of the film, however there are some new songs.