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Disney's 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. 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 roles of Aladdin and Jasmine will be taken by rising British stars Dean John-Wilson (Here Lies Love) and Jade Ewen (In the Heights). 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.

Access Information

For information on acceptability please contact 0344 482 5137. 

Address

Old Compton St
London
W1D 4HS

Cancellation Policy

No refunds after booking.

Delivery Method

Free ticket collection from the venue

Duration

2 hours 30 minutes, including interval

Good To Know

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.

Suitable For Children

Children are welcome at all Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, but this may be subject to individual production age restrictions due to content. If any age restrictions for productions apply we shall advise you prior to the performance.

All persons aged under 16 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, entry could be refused.

All patrons, regardless of age, must present a valid ticket to gain entry to the theatre. Please ensure that any children or infants for whom you are responsible also have a valid ticket. Your child should be able to sit unaided within the purchased seat. We do not allow children to be seated on an adult’s lap or babes in arms. 

Performance Times

Monday - Saturday: 7.30pm Thursday & Saturday: 2.30pm.

Where Do I Go

28 Old Compton St

London 

W1D 4HS 

How To Get There 

Train: Charing Cross (approx. 550m) Tube: Leicester Square (approx. 300m), Tottenham Court Road (approx. 400m) 

Bus: 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453.

Prince Edward Theatre

Old Compton St
London
W1D 4HS

Latest customer reviews

  • Fantastic

    14 July 2019

    One of the best shows I have seen, so colourful, sparkling and funny, The flying carpet was amazing, would highly recommend.

    Lindsey Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Amazing show

    14 July 2019

    Maybe the best musical exer

    Il Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Great entertainment

    13 July 2019

    Enjoyed it immensely

    SHIRLEY Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • ALADDIN

    12 July 2019

    I think the original Disney version of 'Aladdin will always be the best and most definitive. I am really glad that I went to see 'Aladdin and for the most, I was pleasantly surprised. I think the recent live-action version with Jafar was a complete let down. In this version, they were faithful to the characters and mostly did them justice. I think Jafar and Iago were a good match, although seemed sidetracked for other, more insignificant characters. Abu the monkey and Raja the tiger were not present at all. Princess Jasmine was good, but did not have the feeling that she was from Agarbah. This was the same as other characters. Whilst there were fun dance numbers, perhaps some of the dances needed to be more loyal to where they were from. Aladdin had a good voice and the Geanie nailed it from his dramatic entrance and stole the show. The actual costumes, lighting, special effects, and, particularly the stage set were powerful for the cave. The cloth back sheets in between scenes made this pantomime like. I think Jafar and Iago had a lot of potential and were not really used enough. Why did Jafar not use his cobra cane with his hypnotic powers and the ending to Jafar was rushed. With all the effects and a high budget, allow the villain to go for it and turn him into the oversized cobra, which people like to see and expect. I think the cave scene was incredible and the flying carpet was lovely. It is very important to stay loyal to characters which everyone loves so much. With Jafar, who is an incredible Disney villain, ensure he gets the justice he deserves. I do think this is a production worth going to see and is a good version of the original version. I think the costume, set, lighting, visual effects and the actors did their absolute best with what they have been asked to deliver. The scriptwriter needs to consider roles which were better suited to the original. They have missed a trick with the magic of Aladdin and Abu. Similarly, this can be said for Princess Jasmine and Raja. The element of making Jasmine a stronger character was a good element and she did a good job of embodying a Disney princess. Overall, there are elements which make this production very good, but, it did perhaps lack in sections. Having just seen Tina Turner which is a force to be reckoned with and perfect in every way, Aladdin, as ambitious as it was, needed to do more to impress. Story is so important. Thank you.

    J Confirmed ticket purchaser

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