Hailed by the Independent as one of the 40 best plays of all time, Lavery’s thriller won the TMA Best Play Award, the Eileen Anderson Central Televisi


The mother of a murdered child. Her imprisoned killer. A criminal psychologist attempting to understand what drove him to do it. Set in present day England, Bryony Lavery’s Frozen focuses on the search for missing 10-year old girl Rhona and the dramatic year after her disappearance. Hailed by the Independent as one of the 40 best plays of all time, Lavery’s thriller won the TMA Best Play Award, the Eileen Anderson Central Television Award and earned four Tony Award nominations when it played on Broadway in 2004. With an astonishing cast and innovative new staging, and following London runs at the National Theatre and in the West End, the play now returns to the capital in a searing new production.

“A dark and thorny work, but a deeply humane one too, by a prolific British writer at her best”  The Independent

“Lavery’s play is both radical in form and progressive in content…” The Guardian

Frozen was first presented by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, England, 1 May 1998. Presented at the Cottesloe Theatre, Royal National Theatre, London, 3 July 2002.

🌟Kerrie Taylor (Hollyoaks, The Bay)
🌟 Indra Ové (Sex Education) 
🌟 James Bradshaw (Endeavour, Primeval)

***This is not the production of Disney’s Frozen: The Musical, currently running at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.***

Age Recommendation: 16+ | Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes inc. interval 

Content Warnings: Descriptions of Sexual Assault, vulgar language, flashing lights, themes of paedophillia

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