About the show
A favourite among little ones the world over, the movie Frozen won a glittering host of awards, including a BAFTA, a Golden Globe, two Academy Awards and two Grammy Awards. The tale introduces Anna and Elsa, sister princesses whose close bond is threatened when Elsa's peculiar powers force her to isolate herself from the world. Her magical ability to create ice and snow, once a treasured gift, now seems an ominous hazard and has trapped the kingdom in perpetual winter. Devoted Anna sets out to find her in order to end the winter and bring her long-lost sibling home. Along the way, she assembles a small but loyal band of allies.
The story was adapted into a musical show for Broadway, starring a mix of Broadway and West End performers alongside newer talent. Patti Murin played Anna while Caissie Levy took on the role of Elsa.
The new production boasts direction from Michael Grandage. Set and costume designs are the work of Christopher Oram, lighting design is by Natasha Katz and choreography comes from Rob Ashford. Sound design is by Peter Hylenski while video design is courtesy of Finn Ross. There is puppet design by Michael Curry, and musical supervision and arrangements from Stephen Oremus.
Frozen the Musical has a book by Jennifer Lee and features music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.
Casting for the West End season includes Samantha Barks as Elsa. Barks has previously appeared in Pretty Woman: The Musical on Broadway and Les Misérables on stage and screen. Further casting is yet to be announced.
This icy spectacle is certain to thaw even the hardest heart. With a strong message championing sisterly love and an epic storyline against the backdrop of wild snowy landscapes, Frozen the Musical is set to run away with its audience’s hearts just like the film before it.
Recommended forChildren will love seeing the beloved Disney film brought to life on stage, while adults won’t be able to resist the gorgeous tunes and universal themes. Frozen the Musical promises joyous family fun.
Age Recommendations: Recommended 6+. Children under 3 not permitted. Please be advised that children under the age of 16 may be refused entry if they are not sitting next to an accompanying adult.