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Disney’s Aladdin

Until 29 June 2019

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Tickets from £25.00

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About the show

Disney’s Aladdin brings a rich world of magic and spectacle to the London stage.

From the producer of The Lion King, Disney’s Aladdin is a magical new production full of comedy and spectacle. Tickets for Aladdin The Musical London invite you to a faraway land, where one lamp and three wishes create an extraordinary theatrical event.

Inspired by the 1992 Disney animation, Aladdin The Musical tells the tale of a poor young man, Aladdin, and his love for Princess Jasmine. Along the way Aladdin encounters The Genie in the lamp, rides on a magic carpet and has a number of spectacular adventures.

You’ll recognise many of the much-loved songs from the movie in this fantastic show, including A Whole New World, Arabian Nights and Friend Like Me, and there’s also new music written specifically for the stage.

The Arabian costumes, stunning sets, special effects and energetic Aladdin The Musical cast make for a thoroughly entertaining show suitable for the whole family. Matthew Croke leads the cast as Aladdin, with Jade Ewen as Jasmine and Trevor Dion Nicholas reprising his Broadway role as The Genie. From 17 August to 30 September, Michael James Scott replaces Trevor Dion Nicholas as The Genie.

Watch Matthew Croke singing Proud Of Your Boy from the show:

With lyrics by Tim Rice, Howard Ashman and Chad Begulien, the Aladdin London show is directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw (Book of Mormon). Set to be one of the hottest tickets of 2016, Aladdin The Musical received rave reviews on Broadway. USA Today called it “Pure Genie-us. It delivers a rush that will surprise you.

Aladdin The Musical is recommended for children aged six and over. Ensure you book early to take advantage of great deals and cheap Aladdin The Musical London tickets.

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Map & Location

Prince Edward Theatre

Old Compton Street