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Format: 29 Apr 2017

Disney's Aladdin Tickets

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Performance Times


Booking Period

Show Opened

27th May 2016

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29th Apr 2017 - 30th Sep 2017

Running Time

2 hours 35 minutes (One interval)

Age Restrictions

Aladdin is recommended for a general audience. As an advisory to adults who might bring young people, Disney recommends Aladdin for ages 6 and up. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted into the theatre. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied and sat next to the accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium. If children do have separate seats you could be refused entry. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

What's it all about?

Hailed by the press as "Awe Inspiring" and "Sheer Genie-us", Disney’s Tony-nominated musical 'Aladdin' flew into the Prince Edward Theatre in the Spring of 2016. Having delighted audiences in New York (where it continues to play to packed houses), ‘Aladdin’ is now wowing audiences every night and has become one of the West End’s smash hits. 

Based on the hugely popular 1992 animated film, the show is blessed with a wonderful score by Disney legend Alan Menken, with lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, ‘Aladdin’ features all the hit songs from the film, including “Friend Like Me”, “One Jump Ahead”, “Prince Ali” and the Oscar and Grammy award-winning hit “A Whole New World”, plus new songs written especially for the show. This shimmering, dazzling stage spectacular is directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon) and features stunning costume, stage design and special effects.

So…Use your three wishes wisely, rub your magic lamp and ask the TheatrePeople Genie for tickets to this fabulous Broadway Musical Comedy!

What's the story?

Set in the fictional Arabian town of Agrabah, orphan 'street rat' Aladdin spends his days foraging for food and trying to stay one jump ahead of the palace guards. Meanwhile, in the palace, Princess Jasmine is being persuaded to find a suitable husband.  Resentful of the pressure, Jasmine disguises herself as a peasant and breaks out of the palace.

In the marketplace, Aladdin saves Jasmine's life and the pair fall instantly in love. The Sultan's evil advisor, Jafar, discovers that Aladdin is a 'diamond in the rough' and orders him to open the mysterious Cave of Wonders and bring him a magic lamp.

Aladdin reluctantly obeys and enters the cave to retrieve the lamp but the plan falls through, leaving him trapped inside the cave. As Aladdin accidentally rubs the magic lamp, he is greeted by a shape-shifting Genie who offers to grant him three wishes… and it is then that his real adventures begin!

Who's in it?

Having played the Genie to standing ovations on Broadway, Trevor Dion Nicholas squeezed into his lamp and took the magic carpet across the ocean to London, where he repeats his role for the West End production. His performance is packed with energy, charisma and magical star quality that literally stops the show.

Last seen in the musical 'In The Heights' at the King's Cross Theatre, Jade Ewen is the feisty Princess Jasmine. Jade previously represented the UK in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest when she performed an original song written for her by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

West End Newcomer Dean John-Wilson stars as Aladdin and Don Gallagher plays the evil Jafar with Peter Howe as his sidekick Iago. Nathan Amzi, Stephen Rahman-Hughes and Rachid Sabitri are riotously funny as Aladdin's friends Babkak, Kassim and Omar.

The role of Aladdin will be played by Matthew Croke from the 5th June 2017.

Who is Disney's Aladdin suitable for?

Disney's ‘Aladdin’ is appeals to children and adults alike, thanks to its witty script, fast humour, amazing choreography and unforgettable songs. Those who grew up with the film be delighted, as they see it performed live in front of their eyes, whilst those coming to ‘Aladdin’ for the first time will be blown away by the epic story exceptional humour and sheer Broadway bravado.

As with all Disney productions, Aladdin is an astonishing, no-expenses spared, mind-boggling, magnificent, shining spectacle that guarantees to transport you on a Magic Carpet to a whole new world of West End wonder!

Disney recommends Aladdin for ages 6 and up. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted into the theatre. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

Why book with us? is your online box office for Aladdin tickets, and your one-stop theatre ticket shop for the best seats in the West End. Count on us to provide great service and great discount deals on theatre tickets for all of the plays, comedies and musicals on the London stage. We hope your trip to Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre is a memorable one, and we look forward to welcoming you to Theatreland.

Disney's Aladdin reviews - critics

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"Lands triumphantly in the West End" -
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"Wish granted" -
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"Sheer Genie-us" -
"An absolute knockout" -
"Magnificent, a shining, shimmering spectacle" -
"Brings magic to the stage" -
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"Marvellous" -
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"Theatrical magic" -
"It’s all you could wish for and a whole lot more" -
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"Non-stop inventiveness" -
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"Awe-inspiring" -
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"A sure-fire hit" -
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"This is wish-fulfilment, in every sense" -
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"This show has it all" -
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"Mischief and spectacle" -
"Prepare to be dazzled" -
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"Gleam, glitter and sparkle like nothing else in the West End" -
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"A huge hit" -
"Aladdin is set to transport fans in to a whole new world" -
"Gleeful" -

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Did You Know?

Alan Menken wrote a number of songs for the film that were cut, and have since found their way into the musical. Aladdin's solo number “Proud of Your Boy” is one of these, and is performed early on in the show to show Aladdin's hopes and dreams.

James Monroe Iglehart originated the role of the Genie on Broadway and won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical.

Disney Theatricals have a long history of presenting shows on Broadway, including 'Beauty and the Beast', 'The Lion King', 'Tarzan', 'Aida' and 'Newsies'. 'Aladdin' will be the first new Disney musical in the West End since 'Mary Poppins' opened in 2004.

In the film Aladdin, Jasmine and Jafar all have animal sidekicks. These have all been replaced by humans for the stage production.

Important Information

This production contains theatrical smoke & fog effects, pyrotechnics, strobe lighting & loud noises. 

Please note there will be an auditorium blackout of 8 seconds around 45 minutes into the performance. 

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