The Prince of Egypt Tickets
The Prince of Egypt musical at London's Dominion Theatre is now on sale!
Deliver Us! The Prince of Egypt, based on the 1998 DreamWorks Animation film, is now a brand new hit musical in London. Tickets to see The Prince of Egypt are on sale to buy now. The Prince of Egypt opened at the West End's Dominion Theatre on 5 February 2020. Tickets for The Prince of Egypt are now booking until 8 January 2022!
The Prince of Egypt has music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) and a book by Philip LaZebnik (Disney’s Mulan and Pocahontas). The incredible award-winning team of creatives behind The Prince of Egypt are set to bring a musical theatre experience like no other to the West End stage.
The Prince of Egypt is one of the greatest stories ever told. A mother’s love leads one woman to send her child into the unknown, and another woman to hide the truth about where he came from. The saga of Moses and his brother Ramses who would become Pharaoh. The tale of a brother exiled, finally returning to his home and fighting to free his people from the bonds of slavery and lead them to the Promised Land. This is a story that will change everything, forever.
The Prince of Egypt Musical vs Film
The Prince of Egypt was a feature-length animated musical film released by DreamWorks Animation in 1998. The film, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary was a box office success, becoming the highest-grossing non-Disney animated film of the time. The film features songs from Stephen Schwartz, a score from Hans Zimmer and the film's celebrated screenplay was written by Phillip LaZebnik. The Prince of Egypt featured a star-studded array of vocal talent including Val Kilmer (who voiced Moses and God), Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock, Jeff Goldblum, Danny Glover, Patrick Stewart, Helen Mirren, Steve Martin, and Martin Short.
The musical tells the same story of Moses and his brother Ramses that is followed in the film. There are several songs in the musical that fans will remember from the film, including the runaway hit 'When You Believe', the show also features songs that were newly composed for the stage version of the musical. The West End The Prince of Egypt cast of 43 see's Luke Brady in the lead role of Moses. He previously played the role of Anthony Hope in Jonathan Kent's production of Sondheim's Sweeney Todd. Alongside Brady in the cast are Liam Tamne (The Light in the Piazza) as Ramses, Christine Allado (Hamilton) as Tzipporah and Alexia Khadime (Wicked, The Lion King) as Miriam. They are joined by Joe Dixon (Seti), Debbie Kurup (Tuya), Mercedesz Csampai (Yocheved), Adam Pearce (Hotep), Tanisha Spring (Nefertari) and Silas Wyatt-Barke (Aaron).
The Prince of Egypt songs
By far and away the most popular song from The Prince of Egypt soundtrack was 'When You Believe'. The pop duet between divas Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey went on to be a global hit and even won an Academy Award®-winning for Best Original Song in 1999. The original film version of The Prince of Egypt was widely applauded for its soundtrack. Music and lyrics were written by the legendary Stephen Schwartz writer of hit musicals Pippin, Wicked, and Godspell. The soundtrack included favourites such as 'Deliver Us', 'All I Ever Wanted' and 'Through Heaven’s Eyes', which all feature in the stage musical alongside ' plus 10 songs that have been composed especially for the stage version of the musical.
The Prince of Egypt London theatre tickets on sale now!
Our prayers for a London premiere of The Prince of Egypt have been answered. You’ll want to book your tickets for the reopening of The Prince of Egypt in London as soon as you can to secure the best prices and best seats at the Dominion Theatre.
Age restrictionChildren under 5 will not be admitted. Recommended for children 7+.
Running time2hr 38min (inc. interval)
Performance datesBooking to 8 January 2022
From the 23 July this will no longer be selling in social distanced bubbles but The production will continue to maintain its stringent hygiene and COVID-secure audience protocols throughout the venue, including timed arrivals and increased airflow. The wearing of face coverings by audiences will be expected and recommended, unless medically exempt. All staff interacting with the public will be wearing face coverings.
Jacob Forrest18th October
I took my wife to the show for her birthday and we sat in the second row from the front. I've been to a quite a few theatre shows, as has my wife, and I must say that this was by far my favourite! My wife put it up there with The Lion King. My wife had tears in her eyes and I was enthralled from start to finish. The costumes, music, actors, the set...it was an unforgettable experience. I would love to see the show again!
Stephanie Bevan29th April
The Prince of Egypt is the best show I have ever seen!!
Excellent! The seats were amazing and had such a great view. The show was amazing! Already planning to watch it again.
Claudia Tang13th March
It was disappointing that it was nothing close to the movie -- the musical should have been named The Tale of Two Brothers if anything.
The Prince of Egypt was a wonderful show that was incredibly put together with a brilliant story and songs too. The cast were so good and talented alongside the ensemble who really helped in bring the show to life. Couldn’t recommend more highly whether you are a fan of the Dreamworks film or not!
Andre Klemann12th March
The songs are nearly all the same and only one Highlight in the show.
Mark Powell12th March
The show was incredible from start to finish! Goosebumps the whole way through! Probably one of the best Ensembles I’ve seen! The choreography and execution from the dancers was second to none! Blew us all away!
Anastasia Psatha12th March
Singing was phenomenal
Natasha Chiremba12th March
The production, singing and dancing were incredible
ROBERT VANSTONE11th March
Excellent show,fantastic actors, breathtakingly scenery and special effects Unmissable
Aisha Abubakar11th March
The performance was great but I didn't think the casting of the ensemble truly reflected the people who would have been a part of the original story. The lack of diversity in the cast made it a little harder to engage with and believe in the story. Especially because the vocals sounded a little too classical and not as Arabian as one would have expected.
Nadine Seager11th March
Great show and cast
Upcoming Performance Times
- Monday26 July 2021
- Tuesday27 July 2021
- Wednesday28 July 2021
- Thursday29 July 2021
- Thursday29 July 2021
- Friday30 July 2021
- Saturday31 July 2021
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