Aladdin - The Musical
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What to expect
Some cartoons will leave an indelible mark on children's memories forever. Among Disney's countless creations, Aladdin certainly holds a special place in the sun. Would you like to see a radiant smile light up your children's faces during your stay in the English capital? Buy your tickets for this unique event and dive into the magical world of the pure-hearted child like a raw diamond at the Prince Edward Theatre, in the heart of the City, in the West End, for over 2 hours. Highly acclaimed by the international press, notably by the Daily Telegraph and the Huffington Post, this brilliantly conceived and directed work by director Casey Nicholaw has lived up to expectations, thanks in particular to the incredible special effects, the 350 costumes used on stage, and the beautiful songs from the Oscar-winning film. Buy your tickets in advance to choose the best seats and give your children two hours of dream in London (recommended age: over 6 years).
Show Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes (including intermission)
- 7:30 PM: Every day except Sunday
- 2:30 PM: Thursdays and Saturdays
Admission: The show is suitable for children over 3 years old but recommended for those over 6 years old.
- Seat selection on the plan
- Real-time seat availability
- Instant ticket reception
As Aladdin in London is a highly sought-after event, we advise you to book your tickets as soon as possible.
Are you planning to stay as a couple, family, or with friends in the British capital in the coming months? Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, National Gallery, British Museum, London Eye, Thames River Cruise: your sightseeing program is likely to fill up quickly. If you're looking for an original cultural activity that delights young children, book your tickets now for the Aladdin musical at the Prince Edward Theatre (West End).
All the ingredients have been brought together to give you an unforgettable moment filled with music and colors: a beautiful staging and choreography orchestrated by Casey Nicholaw (creator of "The Book of Mormon"), over 350 magnificent costumes parading before the eyes of spectators enchanted by the songs of the Oscar-winning film and the talent of Alan Menken. This, coupled with a successful cast, including Matthew Croke and Jade Ewen in the roles of Aladdin and Jasmine. What are you waiting for to buy your tickets? Last-minute booking is possible, but by purchasing in advance, you will have the opportunity to choose the best seats.