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Watkins has a rare capacity for playing outsiders, and while he doesn't exactly excite sympathy for Ralph, he increases our understanding, which, after all, is Lavery's ultimate intention.

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Definitely not related to a certain Disney property, Bryony Lavery's Frozen gets a welcome revival in February 2018. Starring woman-of-the-moment and amazing actor Suranne Jones, this 2002 play is a haunting meditation on retribution, remorse, and redemption that arises after the abduction of a young girl on a sunny evening.

Told through the narratives of the girl's mother, her killer and a psychiatrist responsible for assessing him, Frozen slowly weaves their lives together in a richly psychological thriller that will send them and the audience on an unforgettable journey into the unimaginable.

Currently enrapturing the nation in the BBC's Doctor Foster, Suranne is fast becoming one of the nations favourite performers. Her stage work includes, A Few Good Men, Blithe Spirit and Orlando. She'll be joined by BAFTA-winning Jason Watkins, known for his portrayal of Christopher Jeffries, a man wrongly accused of murder by the media in The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies.

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Previews from: 9 February 2018

Opening night: 21 February 2018


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

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Nina Sosanya as Agnetha 

Suranne Jones as Nancy

Jason Watkins as Ralph

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What we thought

disturbing Tragic GRIPPING

Suranne Jones is the pawn that draws you in and Jason Watkins is the King that knocks you out

Frozen is the type of play that you'd binge watch if it was a series. Yes, the play is called Frozen because it plays on the metaphor of one's mind being frozen due to a tragic event, but I'd like to think of it being named so due to it literall

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Janemarie: “Sensational theatre”

Went to see FROZEN last night. WOW. Great theatre. Jason Watkins was... more

Helen : “Excellent play deserved better cast ”

This play needs a first class cast. In the first Act the three cast members... more

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