Frozen the Musical is coming to London! A bit later than originally planned, but tickets have now gone on sale for Frozen the Musical in London 2021.
Like a lot of families, the Disney blockbuster exploded into our lives when the first film came out and has never really left. Endless fancy dress, soundtracks on repeat and a lot of blue toys! So, when I heard about the musical version on Broadway and now London, I was keen to get tickets. We were lucky enough to go to visit New York, so we saw the show on Broadway and it really was amazing.
As the show has now come to England and is opening on 27th August 2021 at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane London, I thought I’d share what we thought of the show and all the details for how you can get tickets.
What Age is the Frozen Musical Suitable for?
First up, the recommended age was 8+ on Broadway and with a running time of over 2 hours, I was a little hesitant about taking my daughter. However, she sat mesmerised throughout and had only recently turned five at the time, yet there were plenty others around her age. I have just checked the age advice for the London show and they have adjusted it. “FROZEN is recommended for a general audience aged 6 and up. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted into the theatre.”
Is Frozen The Musical Different To The Film?
The story starts with Anna and Elsa as little girls and immediately you realise that although you know the characters, one of the great things about the show is that it doesn’t just mirror of
When is Frozen The Musical Coming to London?
The show opens on August 27th 2021 and you can book tickets on the official Frozen Musical Website. As you can imagine the tickets are going to be popular with mini Elsa’s and Anna’s everywhere and won’t hang around.
There’s also an app you can download that gives you access to exclusive content and news about the show called ‘Close to Frozen’
Finding a show that appeals to all the family can be tricky! We recently watched the School of Rock in the West End and for us it was the perfect option for a six & eight year old. If you are after a show that both boys and girls will love you can read our full review here
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