Disney’s Aladdin

Book your theatre break nowDisney’s Aladdin Theatre Breaks in London

What has to be the musical event of the year Disney’s Aladdin has transferred from Broadway to the Prince Edward theatre and Disney’s Aladdin Theatre Breaks are now available to book.

theatre breaks for aladdin in london

The show, which has been thrilling New York audiences since 2011, brings all the colourful character’s of the 1992 Disney animated film to life on the London stage for a magical experience for the whole family to enjoy

With an abundance of colour, traditional dance and familiar songs, watch Aladdin’s rise from “street rat” to Prince Ali not without some wild adventures along the way featuring a beautiful Princess, an evil sorcerer, a magic carpet, a rusty old lamp and, of course, a larger than life wish granting Genie!

Original songs from the film including A Whole New World, Arabian Nights, A Friend Like Me and Prince Ali plus additional songs from the pen of Oscar winner Alan Menken, make sure that London is alight with colour and music in Disney’s Aladdin Theatre Breaks at the Prince Edward theatre.

Casting news : There will be a couple of new faces on the Prince Edward theatre stage from 5th June 2017 as Aladdin celebrates its first year in the West End.

Sheffield born Matthew Croke will take over the title role of Aladdin whilst Jade Ewen will remain as Princess Jasmine. The terrific Trevor Dion Nicholas will carry on as the genius Genie – the whole show is great, but Nicholas is absolutely outstanding as the larger than life “man in blue”.

Nick Cavaliere replaces Peter Howe in the role of Iago, with Don Gallagher and Irvine Iqbal contining in their respective roles of Jafar and the Sultan.

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More information on Aladdin Theatre Breaks:

Where is it?
Prince Edward Theatre
Old Compton Street
London
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nearest tube to the novello theatreHow do I get there?
The nearest underground is Leicester Square on the Piccadilly and Northern lines

When can I see it?
Opened : 15th June 2016
Booking to : 30th September 2017

What time does the show start?
Monday to Saturday at 19:30; Thursday & Saturday at 14:30

Special Information on Aladdin Theatre Breaks:
This production contains theatrical smoke & fog effects, pyrotechnics, strobe lighting & loud noises

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