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Frozen the Musical Tickets

Date of last version: April 2024

  1. How Much are Frozen Tickets?
  2. When Should I Book Tickets for Frozen?
  3. How Do I Get Last Minute Frozen Tickets?
  4. Where Should I Sit at Frozen?
  5. How To Get Cheap Frozen Matinee Tickets
  6. Where Can I Buy Discounted Frozen Tickets?
  7. Where to Buy Group Tickets for Frozen 
  8. Frozen Tickets and Hotel Packages 
  9. About Frozen Venue

1. How Much are Frozen Tickets?

The heart-warming musical adaptation of Disney’s Frozen has been wowing audiences in the West End since 2021 and has become a fan favourite, with it being many little ones' first taste of theatre. The hugely popular musical has announced that it will be closing its curtains on 8 September 2024, so be sure to grab your tickets soon. Due to the popularity of the show, tickets start as low as £20 and reach highs of over £250. 

There are a few ways to grab cheap tickets to Frozen, including promotions such as London Theatre Week, Kids Week and New Year's Sales. Disney Tickets also has a weekly Magical Monday ticket release, where you can grab tickets for £29.50. Frozen isn’t always included in discounts, especially if you’re looking at booking during a peak time such as weekends, bank and school holidays, but it’s always worth a check! 

Can’t find a discount for Frozen? Don’t worry, we have you covered. We’ve put together a guide to making the most of your budget and getting affordable tickets below. 

2. When Should I Book Tickets for Frozen

Frozen typically has good availability around a month before, however, it’s good to keep in mind that cheaper-priced tickets will sell out earlier. As the production is for children aged 6 and above, it makes for a great introduction to theatre for kids. With this in mind, the show’s most popular periods are weekends, bank holidays and school holidays. If you’re hoping to see the musical during one of its peak times, we recommend booking a few months in advance to avoid disappointment. 

Booking an off-peak performance on a Wednesday or Thursday is the best way to save money on tickets. Mid-week performances can be up to 20% cheaper than those on the weekend, which is a big saving if you’re flexible with when you can visit. 

It might not be possible to always find offers for Frozen, but it is sometimes included in seasonal promotions, such as London Theatre Week, New Year’s Sales and Kids Week. 

3. How Do I Get Last Minute Frozen Tickets?

If you’re on the hunt for last-minute tickets to Frozen there’s a range of ways you can find them. If you’re already in London, why not head directly to the theatre’s box office or visit the TKTS booth in Leicester Square. If you’re not in London you can also check their listings online for same-day ticket discounts. 

Disney Day Seats are a great way to grab cheaper tickets for that week’s performances. You’ll need a Disney account to access the booking link, which goes live every Monday at noon. Once you’re logged in, you’ll be in with the chance to grab tickets for £29.50. The tickets are first-come first-serve and can sell out quickly, so we recommend being online at 12 on the dot. You can find out more about Magical Mondays here

The theatre sometimes discounts unsold tickets on the day of a performance and it can be worth taking a look online or heading down to the box office to see if you can grab cheaper tickets. 

It’s best to keep in mind that this isn’t always the case, especially during weekends, bank and school holidays. So, if you’re thinking of visiting during one of these popular times, we do recommend booking ahead to avoid disappointment on the day. 

4. Where Should I Sit at Frozen?

The musical is packed full of special effects and surprises, making the view from your seat more important than ever at Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Some of the best seats are towards the front of the Stalls, which can come with an expensive price tag of over £100 per ticket. 

Insider Tip: Check SeatPlan’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane seating plan when you book. Theatregoers have added their photos of the stage and ratings for seats across the auditorium to help you book. 

If you can’t afford the premium seats at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, why not consider some of these seats under £60 that have been rated 4 or 5 stars by SeatPlan users.  

  1. Royal Circle A6 (from £57.50) is on the second tier of the theatre and offers a great side view, with a slight restriction to the back of stage left
View from seat Royal Circle A6 at Theatre Royal Drury lane for Frozen the Musical

  1. Grand Circle G35 (from £47) is on the third tier of the theatre and offers a great view of all of the action on stage
View from seat Grand Circle G35 at Theatre Royal Drury lane for Frozen the Musical

  1. Balcony B19 (from £47) is on the top tier of the theatre in the second row, with a great rake - so no one's head in the first row gets in the way. This seat offers a great view! 
View from seat Balcony B19 at Theatre Royal Drury lane for Frozen the Musical

  1. Royal Circle H26 (from £57.50) offers a great view of the stage with no restrictions
View from seat Royal Circle H26 at Theatre Royal Drury lane for Frozen the Musical

  1. Stalls A20 (from £58.90) is the front row of the Stalls. The stage isn’t too high, although you may need to look up a little. Catch all the action as it unfolds right in front of this seat! 
View from seat Stalls A20 at Theatre Royal Drury lane for Frozen the Musical

5. How To Get Cheap Frozen Matinee Tickets

Frozen has four matinees per week on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, all starting at 2.30pm, excluding Sundays when the matinee starts at 1pm. 

We recommend booking tickets to a Wednesday or Thursday matinee as these can be cheaper than a Saturday or Sunday afternoon performance. It’s also good to note that a Saturday matinee can be up to 28% more expensive than a Saturday evening show starting at 7pm, so we recommend comparing show times if you are flexible with when you can visit. 

At the time of writing, Stalls L30 is £89.50 on a Wednesday matinee performance, with the same seat only a few days later at the Saturday matinee costing £112.50. This is a huge saving of over 20%!

Tickets to Frozen the Musical at Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Wednesday 15th May 2024 at 2:30pm in seats Stalls L30 priced at £89.50

Tickets to Frozen the Musical at Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Saturday 18th May 2024 at 2:30pm in seats Stalls L30 priced at £112.50

6. Where Can I Buy Discounted Frozen Tickets?

We’ve mentioned how to find discounted Frozen tickets above, however, there may be a few other options available, which we have listed below. 

Frozen Access Discounts

The musical has audio-described, signed, captioned, relaxed and chilled performances planned throughout 2024. You can find the dates and more information on these performances here

If you want to purchase access tickets for Frozen you’ll need to contact access@lwttheatres.co.uk or call the box office directly on 020 3925 2998. Discounted tickets may be available to purchase for select seats and companion tickets.

Other Frozen Discount Tickets

It’s a good idea to bookmark sites such as Love Theatre and lastminute.com, as they sometimes have some great Frozen discounts. The sites often have savings that aren’t available at the box office. Or, if you want to get alerts on the latest discounts straight to your inbox, you can sign up to our mailing list

2 for 1 Frozen Tickets

There aren’t currently any 2-for-1 deals on tickets to the musical, but if you follow our other tips, you should be able to save money on your trip to the theatre. 

7. Where to Buy Group Tickets for Frozen 

Various discounts are available for group bookings including:

  • Groups of 9-19 save up to £34.50 per ticket
  • Groups of 20+ save up to £39.50 per ticket

All ticket prices mentioned above are subject to availability and exclusions also apply. Find out more information on how to book group tickets to Frozen here.

8. Frozen Tickets and Hotel Packages 

With the musical being extremely popular with families, tourists and more, there is an array of hotel and show packages available. 

Holiday Extras Frozen Tickets and Hotel

TheatreBreaks Frozen Tickets and Hotel

As the theatre is in central London, there are plenty of hotels in the surrounding area. Take a look at websites such as Booking.com to find a hotel close by that’s within your budget.

9. About the Frozen Venue

Frozen is currently playing at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, which is only a short walk from Covent Garden tube station and a 10-minute walk from Leicester Square tube station, making it accessible from most places in the city. 

Nearby, there is a range of restaurants and shops from high-end dining to fast food chains - there’s something for everyone. If you want to grab something to eat in or around Covent Garden or Leicester Square, we recommend booking a table in advance to ensure you have enough time before your performance begins and to avoid disappointment on the day. 

The theatre is open from 10am-11pm daily and has 6 bars across 4 floors. Cecil Beaton Bar offers happy hour from 9pm every Monday - Friday and between 7pm and 10pm every Sunday, with alcoholic drinks starting as low as £6. All bars serve alcoholic and soft drinks as well as sweet and savoury snacks. The theatre recommends not bringing food and drink from outside of the venue, however, this is up to the discretion of the staff.  Keep in mind that if you do bring food or drink from outside, it could be confiscated.

Doors to the auditorium open 30 minutes before the performance starts, so we recommend arriving as soon as the doors open to allow time for queues. The musical runs for 2 hours and 15 minutes including an interval. This is good to bear in mind, especially when planning your journey home from the theatre and considering any children’s sleeping schedules. 

Date of last version: April 2024

Disclaimer: Please note that all offers, discounts and prices are subject to change and may expire or be discontinued. All prices listed were correct at the time of writing. Sign up to our mailing list for future Frozen offers.

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Playing at

Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Catherine Street
London
WC2B 5JF
Seating Plan

Theatre Royal Drury Lane seating plan

Booking period

SHOW OPENED:
27th Aug 2021

BOOKING FROM:
14th Jun 2024

BOOKING UNTIL:
8th Sep 2024

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens

Children

Best for age 6+. Under 4s not permitted.