Disney's Aladdin Theatre Tickets in London

Come and feel the magic of enchanting London show, Aladdin at the magnificent Prince Edward Theatre! On May 2016, the highly anticipated Broadway smash-hit Aladdin has been transferred to the Prince Edward Theatre. The story is adapted from one of the most cherished movies of similar name and revolves around Aladdin and his adventures in Agrabah.

The award winning show, Aladdin features hugely popular songs by Alan Menken. Aladdin is a popular Tony Award-nominated musical that revolves around Aladdin and his friends, Kassim, Omar and Babkak. The show beautifully depicts the love saga between Aladdin and Princess Jasmine. Their chance meeting leads to blossoming of love between the two that angers the villainous Grand Vizier, Jafar. He wants Jasmine and the throne. Aladdin is certainly an enjoyable adventurous saga that showcases wild Arabian adventure full of flying carpets, caves of treasure and a tap-dancing genie!

Menken's original film score also features in the blockbuster London musical, such as "Arabian Nights", "One Jump Ahead", "Friend Like Me", and the Academy Award-winning "A Whole New World". The mesmerizing London show features great music and dance numbers. Under the superb direction of Casey Nicholaw, the show is a wonderful treat to watch out for.

The show features sterling performances from Matthew Croke of Wicked, Chicago, Grease fame as Aladdin, Jade Ewen of In the Heights fame as Princess Jasmine, Broadway's Trevor Dion Nicholas as Genie, Don Gallagher as Jafar, Nick Cavaliere as Iago, Irvine Iqbal as Sultan, Leon Craig as Babkak, Miles Barrow as Omar and Daniel de Bourg as Kassim. The show is running with packed houses at the magnificent Prince Edward Theatre since its debut in London Westend.

The two hours and thirty minutes show is recommended for 6+ kids. Prince Edward Theatre is positioned in the busy area of Soho, on Old Compton Street. Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden are located at a nearby distance close to huge range of shops, bars and restaurants. The popular theatre is located at an accessible location and can be commuted via buses, tubes, cars and taxis. Leicester Square is the nearest tube station to the theatre. You can also board bus numbers 14, 19 and 38 all stop on Charing Cross