'Frozen: The Musical' Is Coming To The UK And Tickets Go On Sale This Week
As of this week (Friday 6th March to be exact) fans will be able to snap up tickets to the highly-anticipated show, which will hit London in October 2020.
It comes after the musical arrived on broadway in New York two years ago. Now, Brits are finally getting in on the action.
Previews will run at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (which is currently closed for refurbishment and will reopen under new name 'The Lane') from Friday 30th October to Tuesday 10th November.
Following the £45 million refurb, the theatre will transform into a winter wonderland set to dazzle Frozen fans and we can't wait to step into Arendelle.
From Thursday 12th November, performances of the musical will begin at 7pm Wednesday - Saturday. There will also be a matinee performance at 2.30pm on a Thursday and a Saturday.
On Sunday, performances will run at 1pm and 5.30pm.
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While the musical will follow the same storyline as the movie, there will be a handful of extra songs written especially for the on stage adaptation.
The cast for the UK version of the musical has not yet been announced, but if it's anything like New York's - it will be filled with a bunch of mega talented all dancing, all signing stars.
A whole new British cast will be chosen for the West End version so watch this space. Olaf the snowman and Sven the reindeer, however, will be portrayed through the use of puppets.
Ticket prices range from £20 to £89.50 for standard tickets, while premium tickets - which offer the best seats in the house and the clearest view of the stage - are also available. Prices for these start at £99.50.
Guys, it's time to set an alarm for Friday.
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