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For the first time in forever, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane reopens its doors, bringing Elsa and Anna’s story to the stage in this heart-melting theatrical production.Book online now using your Theatre Tokens: officiallondontheatre.com/show/disneys-frozen-tickets-111426809
Please be advised that smoke, haze and strobe lights are used during the performance.6+. We aren’t able to admit any children under the age of 4 and every customer must have their own ticket. To help us make sure everyone enjoys the show, your little ones need to be able to sit in their own seat without any assistance.
Covent Garden and Holborn
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Bar is open before performances
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: www.reallyusefultheatres.co.uk/our-theatres/about/theatre-royal/6
Theatre Royal Drury Lane is a Grade I listed building that is immersed in the history of London’s West End. The first theatre on the site was built in 1660, meaning that this location has played an active role in London theatre for a span of over 350 years. It is now a large West End venue that has played host to a number of notable musicals.The current theatre was originally renowned for its remarkable Victorian melodramas and popular pantomimes but Theatre Royal Drury Lane has also been host to record-breaking runs of My Fair Lady, before Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Miss Saigon became the current record holder, at ten years. Since then, the theatre’s programme has included the family spectaculars of Shrek The Musical and Roald Dahl’s Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, the latter of which was directed by Sam Mendes.Directed by Michael Grandage, Frozen will run in London as the first production to open at the newly-renovated Theatre Royal Drury Lane, currently closed for renovation works. Frozen will open in the West End in autumn 2020, with tickets on sale from the theatre's box office from 6th March 2020.
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