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Directed by Jonathan Munby 

One sunny evening a young girl walks to visit her Grandma, she never arrives…

Frozen is a play written by Bryony Lavery. A psychological thriller about a girl that goes missing, it had successful runs both in Broadway and Off-broadway, being nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play in 2004 and earned a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play (Brian F. O'Byrne).

Starring Suranne Jones (Doctor Foster, Scott & Bailey), Jason Watkins (Line of Duty, Taboo, W1A) and Nina Sosanya (W1A, Last Tango in Halifax), Frozen will play for a limited 12 week run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from Friday 9 February 2018.


What Is Frozen About?

FROZEN is a play set in England, and it has 3 main characters. It starts with each character's own version of the story, but soon the audience is presented with the intertwining of their stories, as they connect with one another over a very important and painful event. This starts an 'unfreezing' process between them, as they learn about forgiveness and compassion.

Frozen was first staged at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in 1998, when it won a prestigious Barclay Award for Best New Play. It then made its debut at the Royal National Theatre in 2002, before transferring to New York for an Off-Broadway and Broadway run respectively, where it was received well by critics and audiences.

The writer Bryony Lavery is know for being skilled at approaching uncomfortable subjects with warmth, tenderness, some sense of humour and compassion. 

The Guardian reviewed the play as "a big, brave, compassionate play about grief, revenge, forgiveness and bearing the unbearable.". The New York Times called it a "humane and intelligent drama".


Haymarket. SW1Y 4HT.

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No refunds or exchanges after purchase.


The duration of the show is approx 2 hours and 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email. Please print this email and bring it with you and present to the Box Office. We recommend you arrive a minimum of 30 minutes before the show.

Suitable For Children

Suitable for age 15+. The play contains very strong language and content that some may find disturbing. 

When Can I Go

Friday 9th February – 5th May 2018 

Monday 7.30pm Tuesday 7.30pm Wednesday 7.30pm Thursday 3pm & 7.30pm Friday 7.30pm Saturday 3pm & 7.30pm 

Where Do I Go

Theatre Royal Haymarket, 18 Suffolk Street, London SW1Y 4HT. 

By Tube: Piccadilly Circus; Leicester Square or Charing Cross Tube Station

Theatre Royal Haymarket

Haymarket. SW1Y 4HT.

Latest customer reviews

  • Disturbing

    23 April 2018

    Fucking disturbing subject matter but great acting!

    Ratchel Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Darkly fabulous

    23 April 2018

    After the opening acts of tough scene setting rhetoric you're hooked. Powerful acting leads you through a see-saw of raw, honest and occasionally brutal emotions that both shock and resonate. A deep and full-bodied play.

    Pyper Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • 3pm show Thursday 19th April

    23 April 2018

    We absolutely loved this play. It was acted superbly, all the actors were absolutely amazing as I thought they would be. I loved the unique perspectives of the characters and their personal journey throughout the play. We laughed and cried. The play was very emotional and hard-hitting. In some parts, difficult to watch but the writing and production of the play was very well done. The special effects were also a nice touch. The only criticism we had, was that the second half was delayed significantly and no staff informed us of what was going on. (This isn't related the play itself or the actors).

    Francesca Moakes Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Hard hitting

    22 April 2018

    Loved the three main actors in this play especially Jason Watkins who played his character very well. Hard to watch at times because of the storyline content and I found myself hating Jason's character immensely throughout. Suranne Jones as brilliant as ever.

    Dawn Confirmed ticket purchaser

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