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Luke Brady and Liam Tamne in The Prince Of Egypt. Photo by Tristram Kenton.

Luke Brady and Liam Tamne in The Prince Of Egypt. Photo by Tristram Kenton.

The Prince Of Egypt musical extends West End run with tickets now on sale

First Published 22 June 2020, Last Updated 23 June 2020

The producers of The Prince Of Egypt today announced that the production will return to the Dominion Theatre for an open-ended run.

While performances are currently cancelled until Saturday 1 August 2020 and will be additionally suspended until Saturday 31 October 2020, tickets are now available from Monday 2 November 2020 to Saturday 4 September 2021. Performances will officially resume pending UK Government advice.

An incredible 83,000 people attended the 43 performances (including 20 previews) played prior to the UK Government shutdown of theatres and every show received an ecstatic response and standing ovations. The online community has continued to grow during the lockdown and the ‘When You Believe’ video from the launch event has now received a staggering 2.2 million views on YouTube.

The original cast recording was successfully released on digital and streaming formats by Ghostlight Records on 3 April 2020 and a CD will be released later this year. You can read more about that, here.

This timeless story of identity, dignity, and hope feels more meaningful and relevant than ever before and the producers look forward to sharing this epic production with you as soon as they are able.

Grab your tickets below and in the meantime, get practicing those lyrics by watching the epic movie and/streaming the cast recording.

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We are now cancelling all performances up until and including 31 May 2020 to help us process existing bookings whilst we wait for further clarity from the government in terms of when we will be able to reopen.

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