Disney musicals in the West End and on Broadway
Conjuring up plenty of stage magic in each performance, seeing a Disney film burst into life on stage can be simply unbelievable for audiences of all ages. Whether you’re looking to see a show in the West End or heading to the Great White Way, theatregoers around the globe can enjoy seeing Disney musicals that are jam-packed with catchy tunes, colourful costumes and with a great heart.
Disney musicals to see on stage
Bring “A Whole New World” to your next theatre experience with tickets to Aladdin. Follow the young street urchin as he falls in love with Princess Jasmine after a chance encounter. When Aladdin comes into possession of a magic lamp with a genie inside, he’s granted three wishes, but the path to a perfect ending never runs smoothly. Will Aladdin’s new persona, ‘Prince Ali’, be enough to save Agrabah and convince everyone that he is a diamond in the rough? With iconic Disney showtunes including “Prince Ali” and “Friend Like Me” as well as songs written for the show including “Proud Of Your Boy”, you’ll want to ride a magic carpet to see Aladdin in the West End and on Broadway.
The Lion King
Set in the magnificent Serengeti plains of Africa, Disney’s multi-award-winning musical redefines the meaning of live experience in the West End and on Broadway. Join Simba as a young lion cub, born into the royal family of the Pride Lands. In an epic struggle for power between Simba and his uncle Scar, will Simba be able to become King of the Pride Lands? With all your favourite Disney songs including “Hakuna Matata” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?”, The Lion King has roared on the world’s biggest stages for decades.
First performed at the Prince Edward Theatre, the lovable nanny will fly back into the West End in 2019, returning to the same West End venue. Telling the story of a magical nanny, the Banks children and a cockney charmer Bert, it’s a family-friendly show that’s practically perfect in every way. Partnered with her umbrella, this is a simply unforgettable show, with songs including “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” and “Step in Time” are definitely “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”!