Win the rights to present the full-length version of Disney’s FROZEN the Musical
  • By Pete Shaw
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  • 12th Mar 2024
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  • UK Regional & Tours

The United Kingdom of Frozen: Love is an open door will give one secondary school or sixth form college in every region across the UK the chance to win the stage rights and be the first to present the full-length version of Disney’s FROZEN the Musical.

Based on the Academy Award-winning animated feature film, Disney’s Frozen includes all the film’s beloved songs by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, along with new music written exclusively for the stage.

Ryan Macaulay, Director of Operations, Education & Development for MTI’s London office, said, “MTI strongly believes that theatre can change lives, especially in an education setting, and that all young people should have access to the arts. With this in mind, we’re thrilled to partner with our colleagues at Disney Theatre Group to offer multiple schools across the country the opportunity to be the first to stage this beautiful story. We look forward to seeing Frozen’s themes of inclusivity, acceptance, and love overcoming all obstacles being embraced and shared in schools across the country.”

For full information and details of how to enter, simply visit today (Tuesday 12 March) and complete the simple application form.

Frozen the Musical continues its run at Theatre Royal Drury Lane until 8 September, 2024.

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