Prince Edward Theatre

Now showing at the Prince Edward Theatre

Aladdin

Aladdin

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: Monday, 29th May 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 2nd December 2017
Running time: 2 More Info

Prince Edward Theatre Seating Plan

Prince Edward Theatre

Prince Edward Theatre on the Map

How to get there: (5mins) Take Charing Cross Road until you reach the crossroads with Shaftesbury Avenue. Passing the Palace Theatre, take Langley Mow on the left and follow it on.

Address:
28 Old Compton Street
London
W1D 4HS

Buses: 14, 19, 38

Nearest Underground: Leicester Square

Image Opened as The Prince Edward Theatre in 1930 as a multi-purpose theatre able to house musicals, revue and films. The theatre then reopened as The London Casino on 2 April 1936 following a conversion into a cabaret restaurant which became particularly noted for it's lavish stage shows. During the Second World War it was used as a club for servicemen under the name The Queensbury All Services Club, before musicals and revues returned briefly in 1946.

In 1978, when the musical "Evita" started a run of nearly eight years here, the theatre was reverted to its original name, The Prince Edward Theatre. Other musicals here include "Chess" and the Broadway revival production of Cole Porters "Anything Goes" which was followed by three rather short lived musicals, "Some Like It Hot", "Children of Eden" and "The Hunting of the Snark". From late 1992 to early 1993 the theatre was extensively and completely refurbished, re-opening on 18 Feb 1993 with the Broadway production of the reworked Gershwin musical "Crazy For You".