Frozen the Musical
The Frozen Musical Tickets Will Be Out Soon!
Rejoice UK fans for you do not have to wait any longer. Frozen the Musical is officially returning for your eyes only! The visual spectacle that took over Broadway is now returning to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London. Spring 2021 can’t get any better! The venue following its enterprising £45 million renovation promises to offer a luxurious setting for the show. See the majestic universe of Arendelle brought to life along with your beloved characters, music, and story that inspired individuals and families all over the world. The West End is going to witness the story of the two sisters and their unshakable bond in a uniquely theatrical way. With your favourite songs come a fresh new score written by the Academy Award and Grammy Award-winning duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, who also wrote ‘Let It Go’. Fans who have been mesmerised by the production quality of Disney’s Aladdin and The Lion King will experience a groundbreaking musical production, one you will never forget. The Frozen musical tickets are already in high demand and are likely to sell out, so get yours soon!
More Remarkable Songs For Your Playlist
The show promises to make you fall in love again. The 2013 Disney film became a global phenomenon with its seven original songs like the popular ‘Let It Go’ and ‘Do You Want to Build a Snowman?’. While its stage adaptation remains close to its predecessor, the songwriting couple has a brand new track to offer. Robert Lopez has worked in Avenue Q and The Book of Mormon, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez is well-known for Winnie the Pooh, Up Here and Coco; they created 12 original songs for the musical. All their songs are related to the bond shared by the characters. Additionally, the music and arrangements used on Broadway also make up the show’s West End debut. These ensure that you have to race with time to book your Frozen musical tickets.
A Fantastic Cast And Ensemble
Fans of Frozen the Musical were eager to know about the London production’s original cast, and your questions have been answered. Samantha Barks is donning the role of Elsa with Stephanie McKeon as her younger sister, Anna. Alongside them will be a star-studded cast who will play some of your other favourite characters. Olaf will be played by Craig Gallivan, Bulda by Emily-Mae, King Agnarr by Gabriel Mokake, Queen Iduna by Jacqui Sanchez Bishop/Oaken by Jak Skelly, Pabbie by Joshua St. Clair, Kristoff by Obioma Ugoala, Hans by Oliver Ormson, and Weselton by Richard Frame. Ashley Birchall and Mikayla will alternate the role of Sven.
Confirmed ensemble members include Leisha Mollyneaux, Laura Emmitt, Jake Small, Jemma Revell, Emily Lane, Cameron Burt, Matt Gillett, Anna Woodside, Jason Leigh Winter, Monica Swayne, Justin-Lee Jones, Hannah Fairclough, Danielle Fiamanya, Jeremy Batt, Lauren Chia, Sarah O’Connor, Joe Griffiths-Brown, Jake Small, Jacob Maynard, and Isabel Snaas. The entire team of casts has boosted the anticipation of the fans. Stay updated for more information and book the Frozen musical tickets as long as they last.