Why See Aladdin?
A whole new way to experience Aladdin
Disney bring their 1992 movie classic to life in this fantastical musical, which features the same unforgettable music as the film - created by Academy and Tony award-winning composer Alan Menken and lyricists Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin - as well as some brand new numbers.
Directed and choreographed from Tony-winner Casey Nicholaw, Aladdin is a vibrant and fabulous stage spectacular for all ages, raising the beloved story to glittering new heights with stunning sets, costumes, and special effects adding a whole new dimension!
Aladdin will host its second dedicated Autism-Friendly performance on Tuesday 28th August 2018
WHAT IS ALADDIN ABOUT?
Aladdin is a charming street urchin in Agrabah, who, when 'exploring' the mysterious Cave of Wonders, uncovers an ancient lamp that proves to be more than just an interesting lighting solution. He unwittingly frees the lamp's resident wacky Genie, who grants him three wishes. Transformed from pauper to Prince, Aladdin catches the eye of beautiful but bored Princess Jasmine, who longs for some adventure of her own!
But it's not all a smooth magic carpet ride, because Aladdin isn't the only one that knows of the lamp's power. Enter the nefarious Jafar and his minions, who have plans for three wishes of their own and it's up to Aladdin to defeat him to keep the Kingdom from his clutches.
Previews from: 27 May 2016
Opening night: 15 June 2016
Aladdin is suitable for a general audience, however, Disney recommends Aladdin for ages six years old and up. Please note that children under the age of three 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.
Cast and Creative
Matthew Croke as Aladdin
Jade Ewen as Jasmine
Trevor Dion Nicholas as Genie
Fred Johanson as Jafar
Jermaine Woods as Iago
Irvine Iqbal as the Sultan
Nathan Amzi as Babkak
Stephen Rahman-Hughes as Kassim
Julian Capolei as Omar
Calvin Cornwall as Standby Jafar/Sulton
Leon Craig as Standby Genie/Babkak
Ensemble & Swing
Koko Basigara, Robertina Bonano, Danny Becker, Angeline Bell, Bianca Cordice, Abigail Climer, Leon Craig, Daniel de Bourg, Nolan Edwards, Melaine Elizabeth, Nordine Ezzahr, Antony Hewitt, Irvine Iqbal, Blythe Jandoo, Abigail Johnson, Travis Kerry, Dann Kharsa, Victoria Layzell, Mitch Leow, Oliver Lidert, Phil Mennell, Richard Murphy, Ian Doswald, Tarisha Rommick, Kyle Seeley, Dominic Sibanda, Ricardo Spriggs, Joshua Steel, Kevin Stephen-Jones, Kayleigh Thandani, Justin Thomas, Damien Winchester and Niko Wirachman
Directed by Casey Nicholaw
Book by Chad Beguelin
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin
Bob Crowley - Sets
Gregg Barnes - Costumes
Natasha Katz - Lighting
Jim Steinmeye - Visual Effects
What's On Stage Awards 2017
Best Supporting Actor in a Musical - Trevor Dion Nicolas
Best Costume Design
What we thought
ENTERTAINING Feel-good desirable
It is a winner whether if you are a newcomer to the film, or a die-hard fan
As the resident Disney superfan at London Theatreland, to say I was ridiculously excited about this new addition to the House Of Mouse's West End collection is a little of an understatement.Read full review
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