FROZEN the Musical Will Be Coming To London In 2020

Good news for all the “Frozen” fans in London, the hit Broadway musical will be coming to the West End in fall 2020 in your city.

The Disney Theatrical Productions stage show has had a marvelously successful 1 year on Broadway now. The musical is directed by Michael Grandage and now will be re-opening Andrew Lloyd Webber’s renovated Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez will be entertaining us with their wonderful music and lyrics featuring some of the audience’s favorite numbers from the 2013 movie like “Let It Go,” & “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” along with some of new numbers you will surely like.

The pair during an interview stated they thoroughly enjoyed expanding the original story. Their statement about going deeper and discovering some song moments that will further add to the story’s richness introducing new emotions is all the more promising.

Expect to be amazed by the set and costume designs by Christopher Oram, lighting design by Natasha Katz, and choreography by Rob Ashford in London.

The West End Production of the musical was announced soon after Disney released a trailer for the upcoming sequel to the all-time favorite movie. ‘Frozen’ is highest-grossing animated film ever with more than 36 million views. The second sequel movie will be opening to U.S. and U.K audience in November. Cheap Frozen the Musical tickets are on sale now at Tickets4Musical.com. You can get them before they sold out.

The director of the recent production of the Disney show Grandage said “Bringing ‘Frozen’ to the stage has been a gloriously happy journey,” he also added that he is looking forward to working together again with the whole creative team to make out the London version of the production and bring ‘Frozen’ to the West End.

Other than this production in London, ‘Frozen’ the musical also has a North American tour planned for the falls and a production in Australia as well. The production will open in Hamburg and Germany in 2021.

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