Disney are at it again, converting one of their classic animated features into a no holds barred theatre production. This time the tale of magic, poverty and climbing the social ranks has been turned into a sparkling and dazzling musical.
It's Broadway run saw it nominated for 5 Tony Awards following a warm critical response for its loving adaptation of such a seminal film and it's West End run is simply going from strength to strength.
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A classic Disney tale beloved to many has hit the West End stage, bringing whole new world of Aladdin to life for audiences to enjoy. After being nominated for five Tony Awards on Broadway, this breath-taking musical is here in the UK, with over 350 beautiful costumes featuring over 2 million Swarovski crystals, an outstanding cast, and all the songs from the Academy Award-winning film we all know and love.
The story of Aladdin, the Genie and Jasmine is so close you could touch it, with 30-foot-high sets and even the flying carpet, making it one of the most involved and technical productions to grace the Prince Edward Theatre stage.
Matthew Croke and Jade Ewen play the star-crossed pair Aladdin and Jasmine, as Trevor Dion Nicholas portrays the comedic Genie in this tale of magic, romance and misadventure. Watch as Aladdin attempts to charm the princess, but stumbles upon a flying carpet, a magic Genie, and an evil Vizier.
This loving adaptation is directed and choregraphed by the multi-award-winning Casey Nicolaw (The Book of Moron, Dreamgirls), with the London production already having won Best Costume Design and Most Outstanding Mainstage Musical from the Helpmann Awards and the Glugs Theatrical Awards, and is sure to deliver an unbelievable night of song, laughter and adventure.
Performance dates: Monday - Saturday at 7:30pm, Thursday & Saturday at 2:30pm.
Running time: 2 hour 30 minutes (inc. interval).
Recommended for ages 6+, children under 3 will not be admitted. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
There will be an auditorium blackout of 8 seconds around 45 minutes into the performance.
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