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Frozen the Musical is ending in London's West End – but you can get cheap tickets now

Theatre fans will need to act fast if they still have not seen Disney’s Frozen the Musical.

The incredible West End production was first brought to Theatre Royal Drury Lane’s stage in 2021, it wasn’t clear how the Oscar-winning animated movie would be adapted.

With some incredible costumes, sets, props, and puppetry, it quickly became one of the most popular stage shows in Britain’s capital.

Our star reporter Jada Jones recently reviewed the show and praised it for “leaving its mark with songs and lines you won’t see in the motion picture”. 

Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. Frozen the Musical will shut its doors for the final time on September 8, 2024 this year. As a result, fans who have not yet seen the story of Ana and Elsa play out on the big are running out of time to do so. But there is a chance to get involved with discounted tickets right now.

Tickets for Disney’s Frozen the Musical are available right now from a number of online retailers, with a few of them offering some incredible deals right now.

Ticketmaster is without question the largest ticket retailer in the world, and – as a result – they have plenty of tickets available for Disney’s Frozen the Musical right now. With some tickets being sold at the staggeringly low price of £35.25, this could be the best chance fans have to see the show before it ends.

Likewise, TodayTix are offering some great prices on shows throughout the coming weeks. With some theatre ticket prices at just £32.50, you could have a magic-filled date night for under £70.

London Theatre Direct has also dropped some wonderful deals for Frozen the Musical in the upcoming weeks. With an incredible offering available, the capital’s leading ticket retailer may be your one-stop shop for all things Frozen.

It’s no wonder there are some incredible discount prices for Disney’s Frozen the Musical, as it was recently voted as London’s cheapest West End show.


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