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Unlocking the magic – why school groups can’t get enough of Disney’s Frozen the Musical

Disney’s Frozen the Musical

Disney’s Frozen, now enchanting audiences in London’s West End through 8 September, offers an unforgettable theatrical experience that transcends age and taps into the timeless magic of storytelling.

Even if you haven’t seen the film, there are compelling reasons why school groups are loving this captivating stage production…

1. Epic visual spectacle

Frozen delivers a feast for the eyes, with stunning sets, elaborate costumes, and breath-taking special effects.

From cascading snow to dazzling ice magic, the production’s visual prowess will transport your pupils to the enchanting world of Arendelle. 

2. Timeless storytelling

At its core, Frozen explores profound themes of friendship, self-acceptance, trust and sisterhood. These themes resonate with young audiences on a deeply emotional level, allowing for a transformative and relatable experience. 

Credit: Johan Persson © Disney

3. Escapism and joy

The world of Frozen provides an escape from the everyday, inviting you and your pupils to indulge in a journey of wonder and delight.

Whether it’s witnessing a breath-taking stage transformation or joining in on the infectious energy of the audience during a show-stopping number, Frozen the Musical will ignite your imagination and fill your heart with joy.  

“The show was spectacular! From set to music to performers!”

Drama teacher, Connaught School

4. Enriching your Frozen experience

Devised with teachers, educational resources, including classroom-based activities that delve into themes of uniqueness, trust, relationships and wellbeing, are available to extend students’ learning.

For an immersive experience, consider our workshops led by award-winning Disney teaching artists.

These workshops can be tailored to your group’s needs, offering students the rare opportunity to perform scenes, songs, and dances from Frozen whilst developing essential skills such as communication and team building.

Lastly, don’t miss the chance to participate in a post-show Q&A (held after Wednesday and Thursday matinees), which provides a unique opportunity to explore the magic of Frozen in depth. 

Credit: Johan Persson © Disney

5. Snow more chances

Frozen will play its final UK performance on 8 September 2024.  Don’t let this magical moment slip away. Seize the opportunity to create lasting memories for your students before the final snowflake falls. 

You can book group tickets for Frozen the Musical direct with Disney by visiting or calling 020 7845 0949 between 9.30am–6pm Monday to Friday. 

Need to know
  • Groups start from 10+ pupils, with one teacher free for every 10 pupils booked! 

    Stalls & Royal Circle – £29.50 
    Grand Circle – £22.50

    Early booker rates are available! 
    Put the best rates on ice when you pay 12 weeks in advance – prices start at £19.50 per ticket.
  • Your visit to Frozen will be supported by the show’s free curriculum-linked Education Programme, created by teachers for teachers. These resources will inspire creative and engaging classroom activities, both pre- and post-show, to maximise the benefit of your class’s theatre visit. 
  • Theatre Royal Drury Lane is located at Catherine Street, London, WC2B 5JF. The nearest tube/train stations are Holborn, Covent Garden and Temple. 
    For groups arriving by coach, 24 coach bays are available on Kingsway, WC2, a short five-minute walk from the theatre.

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