Having delighted audiences in New York since April 2014, Disney’s new musical Aladdin entertains audiences at Prince Edward Theatre and is one of the West End’s biggest hits! With a wonderful score by Disney legend Alan Menken (‘The Little Mermaid’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’) and direction and choreography by Olivier and Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw ( The Book of Mormon), this thrilling production offers an unforgettable evening of magic, comedy, romance and is an awe-inspiring spectacle.
Aladdin features all of the songs from the beloved film, including “Friend Like Me”, “Prince Ali” and the Oscar and Grammy award-winning “A Whole New World”, plus a handful of new songs added for the stage show. With a fabulous cast and orchestra bringing the world of Agrabah to life, get your tickets today for the magic carpet ride of your life!
Trevor Dion Nicholas takes on the iconic role of the Genie, fresh from the Broadway production, with Matthew Croke as Aladdin and Jade Ewen as Princess Jasmine. Joining them are Irvine Iqbal as the Sultan, Fred Johanson as Jafar, Jermaine Woods as Iago, Leon Craig as Babkak, Daniel de Bourg as Kassim and Julian Capolei as Omar.
The cast is completed by Koko Basigara, Danny Becker, Angeline Bell, Robertina Bonano, Abigail Climer, Bianca Cordice, Nolan Edwards, Nordine Ezzahr, Antony Hewitt, Blythe Jandoo, Patrick John, Abigail Johnson, Travis Kerry, Dann Kharsa, Victoria Layzell, Mitch Leow, Oliver Lidert, Phil Mennell, Richard Murphy, Ian Oswald, Tarisha Rommick, Kyle Seeley, Dominic Sibanda, Ricardo Spriggs, Joshua Steel, Kevin Stephen-Jones, Kayleigh Thadani, Justin Thomas, Damien Winchester and Niko Wirachman.
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. High up in the palace, Princess Jasmine feels trapped by the Sultan’s insistence that she find a suitable husband, resentful of the notion that she must marry for status rather than for love. A chance meeting between the Princess and the street rat instantly sparks a connection, though the path to a perfect ending does not run smoothly.
Set a mission by the Sultan’s evil right-hand man Jafar, Aladdin must retrieve a magical lamp from the mystical Cave of Wonders. Just one rub of the lamp unleashes the Genie within, and with his help Aladdin attempts to thwart Jafar’s evil plans and win the Princess’ heart. Using the three wishes the Genie grants him, will Aladdin’s new persona, ‘Prince Ali’, be enough to save Agrabah and convince the Sultan that he truly is a ‘diamond in the rough’?
With our huge range of cheap musical tickets, London shows have never been better value. Book with us for Aladdin and enjoy great entertainment at a price that’s in tune with your budget.
We’re your one-stop shop for special offer theatre tickets. Book your cheap Aladdin tickets today and we’ll dispatch them straight away. #LifesBestLive
Discounted group rates are available for parties of 10 or more people. To enquire, complete our group booking form and one of our specialist team will be in touch.
Disney's Aladdin is not available to book, please sign up to our newsletter for updates and offers on forthcoming and available shows.
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.
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.
Find out more about the venue for your show: Directions, Transport options and facilities.
(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.