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The Snow Queen Tickets

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The Snow Queen tickets available for this years' Christmas
For everyone who loves Frozen, come and see how it all began as the original Snow Queen casts her magical spell over Park Theatre this Christmas! Join Gerda on her epic journey through the seasons to save her best friend Cei before she loses him to endless Winter. With the help of bickering flowers, nasty teachers, snowball fights, confused Princes and Princesses and Bae the talking Reindeer, they might both be ready to grow up after all. From the team who brought you last year’s Christmas family hit Peter Pan – Julie Clare Productions (with two Olivier Award-winning shows to their name) are delighted to be joining forces with Park Theatre to bring you Charles Way’s delightful adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen classic. The sparkling Snow Queen is beckoning young and old to this glittering spectacle.
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From the Production


Rated 4 out of 5 (8 Reviews)
  • Review Avatar Dec 8, 2019

    Fabulous production, great performances

  • Review Avatar Dec 11, 2019

    Great acting, quite funny. Not as magical as I had hoped.

  • Review Avatar Dec 15, 2019

    Perfect time with my friends??

  • Review Avatar Dec 18, 2019

    It was good fun. The energy levels were high, which was a good thing, as otherwise it would have flagged terribly. All the cast put in their very best efforts. The Snow Queen's costume was beautifully traditional. All in all a good night.

  • Review Avatar Dec 25, 2019

    Very good

  • Review Avatar Dec 28, 2019

    Great and nice

  • Review Avatar Dec 29, 2019

    The acting was fantastic, liked it was a small venue, excellent only criticism was price as when orig8nally booking up thought this was a west end show but it wasn’t low budget would have thought prices would have reflected this.Kind regards, Annie

  • Review Avatar Dec 31, 2019

    My 5 year old granddaughter was enthralled and a bit scared of the Snow Queen. I liked the way the atmosphere was lightened at the end; it was certainly good for a 5 year old