Disney’s spectacular musical Aladdin is everything you could wish for and more, and is dazzling audiences daily at the beautiful Prince Edward Theatre, in the heart of London’s West End.
The classic hit film, which became a hugely successful Broadway show, is brought to thrilling life on the stage of the Prince Edward theatre by the producer of The Lion King, featuring all the songs from the Academy Award©-winning score, together with new music written for this production.
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 are being played by rising British star Matthew Croke (Singin' in the Rain:UK Tour ) and Courtney Reed (Broadway's original Jasmine). Broadway’s Trevor Dion Nicholas has made his London stage debut as the Genie.
Matthew, Trevor, and Courtney are joined by Fred Johanson as Jafar, Jermaine Woods as Iago, Irvine Iqbal as the Sultan, Leon Craig as Babkak, Daniel de Bourg as Kassim and Julian Capolei as Omar.
With stunning sets from multi-award-winning designer Bob Crowley and over 350 beautiful costumes from Gregg Barnes (Kinky Boots), Aladdin The Musical UK is an unmissable event in London theatre.
Breathtaking sets, mind-blowing special effects, over 350 lavish costumes and a fabulous cast and orchestra bring the magic of Disney’s Aladdin to life on the West End stage.
Featuring all the songs from the classic Academy Award®-winning film including ‘Friend Like Me’, ‘A Whole New World’ and ‘Arabian Nights’, prepare to experience the unmissable magic carpet ride that is Aladdin.
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“Lands triumphantly in the West End” -- Daily Telegraph
“Wish granted” -- The Times
“Sheer Genie-us” --Evening Standard
“An absolute knockout” -- The Spectator
”Brings magic to the stage” -- BBC News