Aladdin

Aladdin

Tickets from: £20.00

Disney's Aladdin has "landed triumphantly in London's West End" (Daily Telegraph). Featuring all the songs from the Academy Award-winning classic film, this "shining, shimmering spectacle" (Huffington Post) is everything you could wish for and more.

A fabulous cast and orchestra, over 350 magnificent costumes, and breathtaking sets and special effects come together to create the "sheer Genie-us" (Evening Standard) that is Aladdin.

Booking from: Saturday, 23rd September 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 24th March 2018
Running time: 2

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Disney's Aladdin has "landed triumphantly in London's West End" (Daily Telegraph). Featuring all the songs from the Academy Award-winning classic film, this "shining, shimmering spectacle" (Huffington Post) is everything you could wish for and more.

An extraordinary creative team is led by director and choreographer, Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon). Music is by Alan Menken ('Beauty and the Beast') with lyrics from Howard Ashman ('Beauty and the Beast'), Tim Rice (The Lion King) and Chad Beguelin ('Elf'), who also wrote the book.

The lead role of Aladdin is played by Matthew Croke (Wicked) with Jade Ewen (In the Heights) as Jasmine. Broadway’s Trevor Dion Nicholas has made his London stage debut as the Genie.

A fabulous cast and orchestra, over 350 magnificent costumes, and breathtaking sets and special effects come together to create the "sheer Genie-us" (Evening Standard) that is Aladdin.

A huge hit
The Sun

This show has it all
The Times

Aladdin is set to transport fans in to a whole new world
BBC News

Gleam, glitter and sparkle like nothing else in the West End
The Stage

Prepare to be dazzled
Glamour

Mischief and spectacle
Evening Standard

This is wish-fulfilment, in every sense
The Stage

A sure-fire hit
The Stage

Awe-inspiring
The Stage

Brings magic to the stage
BBC News

Theatrical magic
Daily Telegraph

It’s all you could wish for and a whole lot more
Smooth Radio

Marvellous
Daily Mail

Non-stop inventiveness
The Guardian

An absolute knockout
The Spectator

Magnificent, a shining, shimmering spectacle
Huffington Post

Sheer Genie-us
Evening Standard

Wish granted
The Times

Lands triumphantly in the West End
Daily Telegraph

Gleeful
City AM


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