Excitement is escalating about when Aladdin the musical will arrive at the West End. For front row news and to get tickets for the long-awaited arrival, keep returning to the Shows In London website…
The magical tale will soon fly into the West End
For months speculation has been mounting about when and where the Broadway production of Aladdin would be coming to the West End. While it’s not yet ‘signed on the dotted line’, the rumour mill is churning that the sell-out hit will be coming to the Prince Edward Theatre in 2016.
A classic tale of romance and adventure
Aladdin the musical is based on Disney’s classic tale about a street rat named Aladdin and his monkey pet, Abu. When the beautiful Sultan’s daughter Jasmine flees the palace to the Agrabah marketplace, she meets Aladdin and the pair begin to form an unlikely friendship.
When Aladdin is arrested under the evil Jafar’s orders, the story evolves into a tale of timeless passion and adventure.
With a rub of the genie, Aladdin and Abu embark on an unforgettable journey that thrills viewers of all ages.
Brought to life for the theatre
This beloved tale that combines adventure, friendship, romance and comedy, has been brought to life for the theatre. The musical is rumoured to include all the best songs from the film, as well as news music by Oscar and Tony winner Alan Menken. Lyrics are believed to be by Tim Rice and Howard Ashman.
This fabulous stage adaptation of the Disney classic, which was hailed by one entertainment publication as “Broadway’s biggest new hit”, features show-stopped choreography and fantastic visual effects.
For confirmation of dates and news about the Aladdin cast at the Prince Edward Theatre, watch this space, and click here when tickets for Aladdin go on sale.