Disney’s Aladdin

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Disney’s fabulous tale of daring, magic, deceitful sorcerers and hilarious genies brings a whole new world to London’s Prince Edward Theatre. Read More >

Disney’s Aladdin, a fabulous tale of daring, magic, deceitful sorcerers and hilarious genies, brings a whole new world to London’s West End.

Based on the 1992 classic Academy Award-winning film, Disney’s Aladdin takes London audiences into a world filled with beauty, comedy and breath-taking spectacle.

The musical tells the well-known story of a savvy street urchin who finds himself caught up in the nefarious plans of an evil magician, falls for a stunning princess, and befriends a wonderfully funny lamp-dwelling magical being.

And with three magical wishes made available by his new friend Genie, Aladdin has the chance to reinvent his persona completely. But in doing so, will he abandon what made him… Aladdin?

In 2010, renowned composer Alan Menken confirmed a musical adaptation of the movie was in the works. Four years later, the esteemed musical opened on Broadway, featuring much-loved songs including A Whole New World, Friend Like Me and Arabian Nights, along with new songs written especially for the stage production. Disney’s Aladdin finally transferred to the Prince Edward Theatre in London’s West End in the Summer of 2016.

Disney’s Aladdin’s new music is penned by Menken and Howard Ashman, The Lion King’s Sir Tim Rice and Elf’s Chad Beguelin, who also wrote the book. Special effects are created by Jim Steinmeyer, the master illusionist who assisted David Copperfield.

The Olivier and Tony Award-winning production is led by Matthew Croke in the title role, with former Sugababe and In The Heights star Jade Ewen as Princess Jasmine. Having provided many a scene-stealing turn in the New York production, Trevor Dion Nicholas plays Genie.

West End audiences can now delight in breathtaking sets, mind-blowing special effects and over 350 lavish costumes in this unmissable production directed and choreographed by The Book Of Mormon’s Casey Nicholaw.

Looking for more about Disney’s Aladdin? Check out our ‘Everything You Need To Know’ about Disney’s Aladdin guide!

Please note that all guests require a ticket, regardless of age. This production contains theatrical smoke & fog effects, pyrotechnics, strobe lighting & loud noises.

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Age Recommendation: 6+

Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 27/05/2016

Opening Night: 15/06/2016

Booking Until: 29/09/2018

Running time: 2h30, inc. interval

Security note: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres. Please contact the venue for more information.

Cast & Creative


Aladdin - Matthew Croke

Genie - Trevor Dion Nicholas

Jasmine - Jade Ewen

Jafar - Don Gallagher

Iago - Nick Cavaliere

Irvine Iqbal - Irvine Iqbal

Babkak - Leon Craig

Omar - Miles Barrow

Kassim - Daniel de Bourg

Ensemble - Chanelle Anthony, Arran Anzani-Jones, Danny Becker, Albey Brookes, Cindy Belliot, Lauren Chia, Filippo Coffano, Bianca Cordice, Cavin Cornwall,  Nolan Edwards, Melanie Elizabeth, Kade Ferraiolo, Antony Hewitt, Sinead Kenny, Travis Kerry, Dann Kharsa, Mitch Leow, Oliver Lidert, Ian Oswald, Tarisha Rommick, Kyle Seeley, Sadie-Jean Shirley, Joshua Steel, Ricardo Spriggs, Monica Swayne,  Kayleigh Thadani, Niko Wirachman, Jermaine Woods



Director - Casey Nicholaw

Producer - Disney Theatrical Productions

Choreographer - Casey Nicholaw

Costume - Gregg Barnes

Lighting Designer - Natasha Katz

Set Designer - Bob Crowley

Sound - Ken Travis

Lyrics By - Howard Ashman, Tim Rice & Chad Beguelin

Music By - Alan Menken

Scenic Design - Bob Crowley

Music Supervision, Incidental Music and Vocal Arrangements -  Michael Kosarin

Orchestrations - Danny Troob

Hair Design -  Josh Marquette

Makeup Design - Milagros Medina-Cerdeira

Dance Music Arrangements - Glen Kelly

Special Effects Design - Jeremy Chernick

Original Fight Direction - J.Allen Suddeth



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