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Disney’s Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre (Photo: Johan Persson)

Disney's Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre (Photo: Johan Persson)

Disney’s Aladdin to depart West End in August 2019

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson Published 14 September 2018

It’s shown us A Whole New World of magic and wonder in the West End. And now, coinciding with the news that Mary Poppins will return, it has been announced that Disney’s Aladdin will leave the Prince Edward Theatre in late August 2019.

The Olivier Award-nominated production opened in the West End in June 2016, and has since delighted scores of theatregoers with its breathtaking sets, mind-blowing special effects and hundreds of lavish costumes.

The show last year performed on our Facebook channel in a very special Theatre Lounge Live from Facebook HQ, which you can see below.

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#TheatreLoungeLIVE: Disney's Aladdin

Join us for a very special #TheatreLoungeLIVE performance from Aladdin – The Musical's Matthew Croke, Jade Ewen & Trevor Dion Nicholas, followed by a Q&A hosted by Jamie Lambert! Book your tickets for Aladdin here: http://bit.ly/2jDJrIk

Posted by Official London Theatre on Friday, July 21, 2017

Disney’s Aladdin is the stage adaptation of the the 1992 Academy Award-winning animated film of the same name. Directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, the show features all your favourite songs from the animated movie – including A Whole New World and Friend Like Me, plus four new tunes from Alan Menken and Chad Beguelin.

The exact date of Aladdin’s last London performance has not been confirmed, but will fall at the end of August 2019 – so if you’ve not yet seen the majestic spectacle, you’re best to book as soon as possible! Tickets are currently available until 9 February 2019.

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