London Theatre Royal Drury Lane Seating Plan – seating includes Stalls, Grand Circle, Upper Circle and Balcony. NOTE: Seating Plans may vary from one production to another and these changes may not be shown.

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Theatre Royal Drury Lane Seating Plan

Frozen the Musical
Disney's Frozen - Samantha Barks (Elsa) - Photo by Johan Persson © Disney.Set the magic free with Disney’s spectacular Frozen. The award-winning musical brings to life a world of sumptuous beauty, humour and iconic music in a jaw-dropping production to melt hearts of all ages.

When Queen Elsa’s hidden powers plunge the land of Arendelle into an eternal winter, her sister Anna sets out to find her and save the kingdom before it’s too late. But as the storm rages on, both sisters must learn that only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart.

Frozen will defy all expectations on an unforgettable journey packed with thrilling surprises, hilarious characters and soaring music, including twelve new songs written especially for the show, alongside all the classics such as ‘For the First Time in Forever’, ‘Do You Want to Build a Snowman?’ and the worldwide smash-hit, ‘Let It Go’.

Brought to the stage with astonishing special effects by an award-winning creative team, Frozen is the awe-inspiring musical sensation at the magnificent Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Once you’ve seen it, you’ll never let it go.

The first Theatre Royal was in Brydges Street and seems to have gone unrecorded except for a few passages by contemporary writers. Notwithstanding the comprehensive researches of theatrical historians, the only known facts relate to the site in the Riding Yard, a quadrangle that measured 112 feet in length from east to west, and 58 to 59 feet in width. The area was surrounded by built-up properties on all sides, and was accessed from Brydges Street by a passage, 10 feet wide, entering on the west side, and by a similar passage from Drury Lane on the East.

Plan ahead: In terms of transport, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane is located in the heart of London’s West End and is easily accessible by public transport. The nearest tube stations are Covent Garden and Holborn, both of which are within walking distance of the theatre. There are also several bus routes that run close to the theatre, including the 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 59, 68, 76, 77a, 91, 139, and 171. Additionally, there are several car parks nearby for those who prefer to drive.