Theatre Royal Drury Lane



From 13 May 2023 - Thursday - Friday 7pm, Wednesday & Thursday 2pm and Saturday 2.30pm & 7pm & Sunday 1pm & 5.30pm


Two hours and 30 minutes, including one interval


Six years old and over. Children under four years old won't be admitted in the theatre


Please contact venue


Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Catherine Street
0871 7331000
Public transport:
Tube: Covent Garden or Holborn


Fall under the spell of Frozen at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in Covent Garden. The beloved Disney film has now come to life on the London West End in a spectacular musical production.  

What is Frozen about?

The actress playing Elsa on the musical Frozen is wearing a red cape and seems to have arrived at a ball where couples wearing gowns and three-piece suits are dancing around her.

The multi-award winning production, directed by Michael Grandage, Frozen the Musical brings the beloved characters of Elsa and Anna to life onstage as they embark on a thrilling journey of self-discovery. Travel to the majestic kingdom of Arendelle, complete with ice palaces and snow-covered forests. The show's magical transformation of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane into a winter wonderland creates an immersive experience that transports you into the heart of the story.

Set in the kingdom of Arendelle, Frozen follows the fates of sisters Anna and Elsa whose bond is tested when Elsa’s secret magical powers accidentally plunge the kingdom into endless winter. Expect spectacular staging, amazing special effects and beautiful costumes as the magical world of Frozen comes to the West End.

The live adaptation of the hit Disney movie from 2013 showcases well-known tunes from the film, such as the powerful Let It Go, which is a standout moment by itself, and Do You Wanna Build a Snowman? Also, the show features new, catchy songs created specifically for the stage production by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. Elsa's metamorphosis into the Snow Queen is a visually stunning experience that is not to be missed.

Go on an adventure with all your film favourites, including Kristoff, Sven and Olaf the snowman.

Who’s in the cast?

The cast of Frozen includes Samantha Barks (Elsa), Emily Lane (Anna), Craig Gallivan (Olaf), Djavan van de Fliert (Kristoff), Ashley Birchall (Sven), Oliver Ormson (Hans) and Richard Frame (Weselton).

The actors playing Kristoff and Anna are standing on an ice bridge smiling at each other.

How do I get tickets for Frozen?

You can purchase Frozen London tickets with us via the book now button on this screen. When you book, you'll be able to select your desired seats and view ticket prices for the musical.

The musical is currently running until March 2024.

How long is Frozen the Musical?

Frozen lasts approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes, with a 20-minute interval.

What time is the evening show?

Evening performances usually take place Wednesday to Saturday at 7pm and Sundays at 5.30pm.

On which days are there matinee performances?

Frozen matinees are usually on Thursdays at 2pm, Saturdays at 2:30pm and Sundays at 1pm. Make sure to check your ticket in advance.

Where is Frozen the Musical playing in London?

Frozen is playing at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Catherine Street in Covent Garden. 

With its grand staircases and soaring ornate ceilings the Theatre Royal Drury Lane is certainly one of London's most captivating. Arrive early for a pre-show drink on to The Terrace to enjoy views of the bustling Covent Garden below.

How to get there:

  • Underground - Covent Garden is the closest tube station on the Piccadilly line, located a short four-minutes walk away to the theatre.
  • Bus You can catch the following buses which stop nearby at the Old Vic bus stop, just a four-minute walk away from the Theatre Royal Drury Lane: 1, 68, 168 and 188.
  • Car- The nearest car park is Urban Parking off Shelton street, a 5 minutes walk away from the theatre. Don't forget where you park with what3words: ///backup.laptop.trio

What age is the show appropriate for?

Frozen is recommended for anyone aged 6 and over.

What other shows can I see in London?

Follow the heartwarming tale of Simba with The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre or be spellbound by the story of Elphaba in the award winning musical Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.