Fri. Jan 21st, 2022

There will be a ‘snowfall’ in central London every day until December 27 this year as part of a viewing in Covent Garden.

Disney’s Frozen at Covent Garden transforms the iconic London hub into a winter forest where fake snow falls hour by hour, from 6 p.m. 12:00 to 19:00 daily.

The show is in honor of the musical Frozen, currently playing at the West End in Theater Royal Drury Lane.

Read more: Exactly when you can expect it to snow in London next time – and that’s before Christmas

The screen also provides a great photo opportunity for Frozen fans
The screen also provides a great photo opportunity for Frozen fans

Every hour after kl. 12 an instrumental rendition of ‘Let it Go’ begins to play and builds up to the great moment when the snow begins to fall.

The snowfall grows as the music plays and the ground and decorations are soon covered in white.

Visitors can take the chance to take a picture with Frozen Forest or take a selfie covered in snow – however, they would like to avoid catching these snowflakes on their tongue as it can be a bit soapy.

This is not the only time Frozen the Musical has taken over Covent Garden: on November 13, nine ice sculptures of Frozen figures created by The Ice Co proudly stood in the square.

Covent Garden flower show covered in fake snow
The snow makes its way through Covent Garden and covers some of the regular exhibits as well as the Christmas trees

Covent Garden boasts that it’s the new ‘Arendelle’, and as the weather is eternally unpredictable, this guaranteed snowfall might just be the ticket to a white Christmas in London.

The Frozen Forest will be on the North Piazza in Covent Garden until December 27th.

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