جدول: Wed / Fri 7 pm I Thu / Sat 2 pm / 7 pm I Sun 1 pm / 5.30 pm
تذاكر: From £ 20
الموقع: Royal Drury Lane
العنوان: Catherine St, London WC2B 5JF
The extraordinary adventure of Elsa and Anna in the ice kingdom comes to West End for the first time with a musical that promises sparks will fly. Incredible special effects, spectacular costumes and scenery bring new life to a cinematographic fable that bewitched young and old, hosted by the Royal Drury Lane, London’s oldest theatre. Bringing the magic of the world of Arendelle to the stage is a topnotch cast guided by director Michael Grandage, winner of the Tony and Olivier Award, along with screenwriter Jennifer Lee, winner of an Academy Award and the Bafta Award. Lending a face and a voice to the protagonists of Frozen are actress and singer Samantha Barks (Les Miserables) in the role of Elsa and Stephanie McKeon (The Commitments, Close to you - The Bacharach Reimagined) in the role of Princess Anna. From the romantic Do You Want to Build a Snowman to the upbeat tune Summer and the famed Let It Go, the most beloved songs of the Disney film resound with the matchless energy and intensity of live music. However, the musical is also ready to surprise even the most expert fans of Frozen with new songs by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, authors of Let It Go, multiple award winners, including Grammy and Academy Awards.
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