Frozen (West End)
Ends Sep 2024 2h 15m
Frozen (West End)

Frozen (West End) London Reviews and Tickets

(1548 Ratings)
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Enchanting, Entertaining, Delightful, Great singing, Clever

About the Show

Disney's magical stage adaptation of the hit 2013 animated movie.

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52 Reviews | 5 Followers
Emotional, Clever, Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining

See it if I’m a 60 year old guy and when I saw this show I was in tears by the end. The music was out of this world and the performances amazing

Don't see it if You don’t like musicals

184 Reviews | 30 Followers
Riveting, Great staging, Great singing, Entertaining, Absorbing

See it if you love Disney

Don't see it if you wanna be around loads of kids dressed up for hours

53 Reviews | 3 Followers
Banal, Enchanting, Great staging, Entertaining

See it if you liked the film and a musical doesn't always have to last 3 hours for you.

Don't see it if you become aggressive when you only see little children in a theatre, because you won't be happy then Read more

55 Reviews | 5 Followers
Entertaining, Relevant, Great singing

See it if you the film

Don't see it if you dont like Disney

59 Reviews | 1 Follower
Must see, Great staging, Enchanting, Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if You're a Disney fan, want a nice day out with the family, appreciate fantastic set and costume design, and/or love the Disney magic!

Don't see it if You're not a Disney fan or don't like attending shows with lots of small children in the audience.

61 Reviews | 1 Follower
Riveting, Great singing, Great staging, Enchanting

See it if Memorable songs, uplifting story, great for kids and adults with inner kids

Don't see it if You can’t stand kid’s shows, sentimentality and inspirational messages Read more

58 Reviews | 5 Followers
Indulgent, Great singing, Entertaining, Enchanting, Absorbing

See it if You love Sam Barks and Disney.

Don't see it if You hate Disney.

86 Reviews | 16 Followers
Great staging, Great singing, Great acting

See it if You like the movie

Don't see it if You don't like the movie

Critic Reviews (6)

Time Out London
September 8th, 2021

This isn’t ‘Frozen’ for adults, a dark new take on ‘Frozen’, or a radical reinvention by spectacle like ‘The Lion King’. But it’s a thoughtful, attractive and human spin that manages to balance a Drury Lane-size spectacle. If the film is a pre-school classic, the musical is maybe a couple of years more grown-up.
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The Guardian (UK)
September 8th, 2021

The production takes a few scenes to come into its own. Gradually, however, it grows to become its own magical thing. Barks’s performance ... is a far more emotionally expressive princess than in the film. The Oscar-winning power ballad Let It Go grows in strength here, saturated with emotional drama.
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The Arts Desk
September 9th, 2021

This isn’t a radical revamp, nor does the core Frozen audience want one. But, even if it plays it safe, Michael Grandage’s handsomely mounted show is still an impressive, twinkling spectacle with a sincere drama at its heart.
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The Telegraph (UK)
November 16th, 2023

“Michael Grandage’s ‘Frozen the Musical’ production is also fuelled by theatrical magic. It’s the old-school tricks that most thrill the audience: the wonderful puppetry that brings Olaf and Sven to life, and the costume quick-change in Let It Go, which draws gasps, cheers and frantic applause.”
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Shy Strange Manic
March 11th, 2023

Frozen the Musical is a great example of how to make an all-ages show a success and bring the magic to life. Sure it’s primarily aimed at the young kids who adored the film but there’s something for everything to enjoy in this musical hit
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The Independent (UK)
September 9th, 2021

The script ... is serviceable, if not overly adventurous – it ... does little to deepen the characters. The same goes for the new music ... for the most part, it’s filler. Stephanie McKeon’s Anna is delightfully gutsy ... and Samantha Barks as Elsa is both ethereal and commanding.
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