‘Be Our Guest’ – Summer Disney Pop-Up Experience

‘Be our guest’ and ‘let it go’! Disney has opened its bigger-than-ever on-stage pop-up experience at Covent Garden, and its free!


‘Let Me Share This Whole New World With You…’

Disney on Stage Pop-Up - Aladdin

Photo: Urban Adventurer


The experience opened on 22 July at Carriage Hall, Covent Garden and will be there until 30 August.

Carriage Hall, 29 Floral Street, Covent Garden

Opening Hours

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 12pm–7pm

Thursday: 12pm–8pm

Friday: 12pm–7pm

Saturday: 12pm–7pm

Sunday: 12pm–5pm

Bank Holiday Monday 30 August: 12pm-7pm

Admission: Free

Although, there is a limited number of walk-ins every day, advance timeslot booking recommended to avoid disappointment.


‘Let It Go’!

Disney on Stage Pop-Up - Elsa's Costume

Photo: Urban Adventurer


Disney pop up experience is an annual tradition in Covent Garden. Sadly, we had to survive last year was without theatre shows, so naturally, there was no Disney experience either.

Disney on Stage Pop-Up - Anna's Costume

Photo: Urban Adventurer


That’s why this year’s pop us is bigger and better than ever because this “is a much-needed dose of fun where guests can enjoy the craft and beauty of our productions.” – said Fiona Pearce, marketing director at Disney Theatrical.


‘Be Our Guest’

Disney Pop-Up Experience

Photo: Urban Adventurer


The experience is free for everyone to walk around and enjoy the behind the scenes of Disney Theatrical Productions’ timeless shows.

You will see original costumes, props, and puppets from The Lion King, Aladdin, Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, and the highly anticipated upcoming show, Frozen (the musical is launching this August).

There are plenty of photo opportunities to shine on your Insta, interactive games and workshops, PLUS special events not to be missed.

Go for a mini virtual tour here.


‘Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance.’

Disney on Stage Pop-Up

Photo: Urban Adventurer


Lots of different techniques are used to create a range of fabric and costumes for the shows. Digital printing, weaving, beading, embroidery and tie-dying just to name a few.


Here are some mind-blowing facts about the shows:

  • There are more than 232 puppets in The Lion King
  • There are 22 hand-beaded corsets, each of them consists of thousands of individually sewn beads in The Lion King
  • More than 40,000 Swarovski Crystals make Elsa’s Ice Palace sparkle
  • In Frozen, 75 wigs are used during show nightly
  • It took 41 days for a person to bead Elsa’s Ice Dress
  • 154 costumes are on stage during the show, Frozen


Ready for your next adventure? Visit London Wonderground, a Summer Playground with comedy shows, modern circus, dinosaur world, vintage rides, city beach, outdoor bars and much more.