Opened: 27th May 2016

Booking period: 29th June 2019

Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:30, Thursday & Saturday 14:30

Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Venue: Prince Edward Theatre


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The Show

Aladdin is a musical based on the 1992 Disney film.  The music is composed by Alan Menken with lyrics are written by Tim Rice, Howard Ashman and Chad Beguelin.  Three of the original film songs have been kept in the show including ‘A Whole New World’.  Following the Broadway success of the theatrical interpretation of the film classic (which opened in 2014), it is currently showing in the West End’s Prince Edward Theatre.  This production is being directed by Casey Nicholaw whose previous work includes The Book of Mormon.

The story follows that of: Aladdin is a young homeless man who steals food from the street vendors but vows never to steals again and pursues love instead; Princess Jasmine who keeps refusing suitable suitors and makes demands that she choose a prince to marry; and Jafar, the power hungry servant to the Sultan.

After numerous complications and obstacles, and with help of The Genie, there is a happy ending for Aladdin and Jasmine.



Matthew Croke as Aladdin

Jade Ewen as Jasmine

Trevor Dion Nicolas as The Genie

Fred Johanson as Jafar

Jermaine Woods as Iago

Irvine Iqbal as Suitan

Leon Craig as Babkak

Daniel de Bourg as Kassim

Julian Capolei as Omar


Koko Basigara, Robertina Bonano, Danny Becker, Angeline Bell, Bianca Cordice, Abigail Climer, Melanie Elizabeth, Nordine Ezzahr, Antony Hewitt, Abigail Johnson, Travis Kerry, Dann Kharsa, Mitch Leow, Phil Mennell, Tarisha Rommick, Dominic Sibanda, Joshua Steel, Justin Thomas, and Niko Wirachman


Nolan Edwards, Blythe Jandoo, Victoria Layzell, Richard Murphy, Ian Oswald, Kyle Seeley, Ricardo Spriggs, Kayleigh Thadani, and Damien Winchester


Oliver Lidert as Standby Genie/Babkak

Kevin Stephen-Jones as Standby Jafar/Sultan


Aladdin is booking at the Prince Edward Theatre until 29th June 2019 when the production will close.  The theatre was opened in 1930 but was converted into a dance and cabaret hall five years later before being heavily damaged during the Blitz.  It then became a cinema before reverting to a theatre.

The Prince Edward Theatre is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.  The best place to buy tickets for Aladdin is through their website.   For more information about your visit to the Prince Edward Theatre read our guide.