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05 June 2017

Prepare for fireworks in Agrabah as Disney’s Aladdin celebrates its first triumphant year in the West End, as well as welcoming a host of new cast members, including Matthew Croke in the title role.

Check out our own award-winning, show-stopping Trevor Dion Nicholas (Genie) as he reveals his highlights of the show’s first year in London!

Aladdin Autism-Friendly PERFORMANCE

Aladdin Autism-Friendly PERFORMANCE

13 March 2017

Disney’s Aladdin will present its first dedicated Autism-friendly performance on Tuesday 29th August at 1.30pm

Aladdin has partnered with The National Autistic Society to create a friendly and supportive environment to enjoy Disney’s spectacular new West End musical. This specially adapted performance is suitable for people with autism, with trained staff on hand, and dedicated quiet and activity areas set up should anyone need to leave their seats.

Breathtaking sets, astonishing special effects, over 350 lavish costumes and a fabulous cast and orchestra bring the magic of Disney’s Aladdin to life on the West End stage.

Featuring all the hits from the classic Academy Award®-winning film, including ‘Friend Like Me’, ‘ A Whole New World’ and ‘Arabian Nights’, prepare to experience the umissable ‘theatrical magic’ (Daily Telegraph) that is Aladdin.



13 March 2017

Monday 10 April – 7.30pm
Tuesday 11 April – Extra 2.30pm matinee, 7.30pm
Wednesday 12 April – 7.30pm
Thursday 13 April – 2.30pm matinee, 7.30pm
Good Friday – 7.30pm
Easter Saturday – 2.30pm matinee, 7.30pm
Easter Monday – 7.30pm

About The Show

Breathtaking sets, mind-blowing special effects, over 350 lavish costumes and a fabulous cast and orchestra bring the magic of Disney’s Aladdin to life on the West End stage. Featuring all the songs from the classic Academy Award®-winning film including ‘Friend Like Me’, ‘A Whole New World’ and ‘Arabian Nights’, prepare to experience the unmissable ‘theatrical magic’ (Daily Telegraph) that is Aladdin.


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  • Matthew Croke

    Place of birth: Sheffield.
    Training: Maureen Law Theatre School, Sharon Berry School of Dance, and Laine Theatre Arts.
    Theatre includes: Annie Get Your Gun (Crucible, Sheffield), Singin’ in the Rain (Octagon, Bolton/New Vic/Salisbury Playhouse/Palace Theatre), Funny Girl (Menier Chocolate Factory), Wicked (Apollo Victoria), West Side Story (UK tour), Chicago (Cambridge Theatre), Shall We Dance? Sadler’s Wells), Grease (Piccadilly Theatre) and A Chorus Line (Sheffield Theatres).
    Matthew is also a co-principal of the RMC Academy of Theatre Performance in Sheffield, alongside his sister, Rachel Croke.


    Place of birth: Morgantown, WV, USA.
    Training: West Virginia University.
    Theatre includes: Aladdin (Broadway), Big River (US tour), Super Fly: The Musical, The Wiz, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Ragtime, The Little Mermaid, The Wizard of Oz, Into the Woods, Little Shop of Horrors, Rent, The Exonerated, The Groveland 4 and This is the Life (ETA Hoffmann Theatre).
    Television includes: The Americans, Sunday Night at the Palladium and Royal Variety Performance.
    Other work includes: Trevor’s performance as Genie awarded him the 2017 WhatsOnStage Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical. He is also the voice of the Announcer in Dreamgirls, currently running at the West End’s Savoy Theatre. Trevor is the singer and songwriter for alternative indie soul band Neighborhood Goliath, who independently released their first full-length album, Monster Victim Witness this year.
    This is Trevor’s West End debut.

  • Jade Ewen

    Place of birth: London.
    Training: Sylvia Young Theatre School.
    Theatre includes: Vanessa in In the Heights (King’s Cross Theatre), Clara in Porgy and Bess (Regent’s Park Open Air), Dee Dee in Tonight’s the Night (UK tour) and Young Nala in The Lion King (Lyceum).
    Film includes: End of a Gun.
    Television includes: The Tracey Ullman Show, Steffi, Myths, Mr Harvey Lights a Candle, Out There and Love Sick (Netflix).

    Radio includes: Jade’s own show, weekdays 10am–2pm on Magic Chilled.
    Other work includes: Jade is currently in the recording studio working on new solo material. During her recording career Jade has collaborated with some of the world’s biggest writers and artistes including: Diane Warren, Ne-Yo, Bruno Mars, Cee-Lo Green, Stargate, Ryan Tedder, RedOne, Pamela Sawyer, Marcella Detroit, Josh Rhys Own and RocNation and Guy Chambers.


    Place of birth: Selkirk.
    Training: Royal Holloway College, University of London.
    Theatre includes: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Absence
    of War (Headlong tour), Sweeney Todd (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Royal Exchange Manchester), The Merchant of Venice, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, School for Scandal, Major Barbara, The Winter’s Tale, Woman in Mind, Chicago, Into the Woods, Hedda Gabler, Twelfth Night, West Side Story and Dracula (Repertory Theatre), The Cosmonaut’s Last Message (Tron, Glasgow), The Magistrate, His Dark Materials and Stuff Happens (NT), Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Richard III, The Taming of the Shrew, The Painter of Dishonour, Back to Methuselah and Columbus (RSC), The Winter’s Tale (world tour and London for the RSC), The Producers (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Les Misérables (Palace), Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace) and Martin Guerre (Prince Edward Theatre).

    Film includes: The Bank Job, Melody and London Road.
    Television includes: George Gently (series 4, 5 and 7), Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story, Doctors, Casualty, A&E, Miss Marple, Poirot, Ballet Shoes, Hancock and Joan, Victoria and Albert, Lewis, Bad Girls, Medical Ethics, Body Guards, Inspector Linley Mysteries, Agatha Raisin, Valentine’s Kiss and The Dumping Ground.

  • Nick Cavaliere

    Place of birth: Cambridge.
    Training: LAMDA.
    Theatre includes: West End: Zorro, Guys and Dolls and City of Angels. For the RSC: The Devil is an Ass, The Relapse, Faust Parts I and II, Volpone, Woyzeck, Antony and Cleopatra. For the NT: One Man, Two Guvnors and The Tempest. Other: The Hudsucker Proxy, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Superior Donuts, Soho Streets, Sleeping Beauty, The Taming of the Shrew, In The Beginning, Blood & Roses, Peter Pan, King Lear, The Jungle Book, George Dandin, Great Expectations, A Christmas Carol and The Trials Of Charles Dickens.
    Film includes: The Long Walk, Devil’s Playground, Gulliver’s Travels, Last Chance Harvey, Gladiatress. Heartless, Jimmy, Lacquered, Flowers for Algernon and Trophy.
    Television includes: The Windsors, Doctors, WPC 56, I Shouldn’t Be Alive, EastEnders, Coronation Street, Where The Heart Is, Real Women, Holby City, Rock & Chips, Doc Martin, Devils in Disguise, The Last Detective and The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.


    Place of birth: Bolton.
    Training: The Royal Academy of Music, BA (Hons) Degree Drama, Film and Television – Brunel University, Masters in Business Administration (MBA) – Westminster University.
    Theatre includes: Bend it Like Beckham (Phoenix Theatre), David Walliams Live (Garrick Theatre), World of Walliams (Palace Theatre), Mr Stink (UK tour), Wuthering Heights (Lyric Hammersmith), Cooks Clock (Soho Theatre), Then Like My Dreams (Stratford East Theatre), The Good Woman of Setzuan (Leicester Haymarket Theatre), The Mahabharata (Old Vic Theatre), The Far Pavilions (Shaftesbury Theatre), Little Shop of Horrors (Jersey Opera House), Jallabies and Tea (Chichester Theatre), Tree of Life (Brodsworth Hall), The Emperor and the Nightingale (MAC Theatre), Layla Majnun (MAC Theatre), Bombay Dreams (Apollo Victoria Theatre), Blood Drive (Bridewell Theatre), One Voice (Royal Opera House), Guys and Dolls and Bouncers (Grange Arts Theatre).

    Workshops include: Bend it Like Beckham and The Far Pavilions.
    Film includes: The Cook, Infinite Justice and The Pinocchio Effect.
    Television includes: The Bill, EastEnders, Casualty, Doctors, Spotlight and Saris.
    Recordings include: Bend it Like Beckham (Original London Cast Recording) and Wuthering Heights.
    Other work includes: Irvine is an experienced voice-over artist having worked on various voice-overs, plays and commercials and given an associate writing credit for Freddy’s Walk. Irvine was awarded the prestigious Honorary Associate from The Royal Academy of Music in 2017.


    Place of birth: Salford.
    Training: Guildford School of Acting.
    Theatre includes: Little Shop of Horrors (Salisbury/Colchester), Alice in Wonderland (UK tour), Jesus Christ Superstar (world arena tour), My Big Gay Italian Wedding (Greenwich), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Union Theatre), Soul Sunday Songs of Michael Jackson (Warwick), Myths and Hymns (London), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour), Jerry Springer the Opera (Cambridge Theatre), Over the Rainbow (UK tour), On the Shelf (Edinburgh) and Exit Allan (Cardiff).
    Film includes: Jesus Christ Superstar (world arena tour).
    Television includes: World Cup – Paddy Power, Jerry Springer the Opera and Nintendo Wii Fit.


    Place of birth: London.
    Training: Urdang Academy and Barbara Speake Stage School.
    Theatre includes: The Lorax (Old Vic), Bugsy Malone (Lyric Hammersmith), Hairspray (Macau), Guys and Dolls (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Jack and the Beanstalk (Birmingham Hippodrome).
    Workshops include: Pinocchio (NT).
    Television includes: Scoop and Surprise Surprise.
    This is Miles’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Chelmsford.
    Training: Royal Ballet School.
    Theatre includes: Sergeant Early’s Dream, Rooster, Petit Mort, Swan Song, Ghost Dances and Meeting Point (worldwide tours – all Rambert Dance Company), The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, Romeo and Juliet, Manon and Different Drummer (ROH – all Royal Ballet).
    Other work includes: Daniel is also an award-winning recording artist, with 35 million views and over 250,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel. His music has charted in the top 10 in 21 countries and features collaborations with Boi-1da (Drake, Eminem, Jay Z) and Luney Tunez (Rihanna).
    This is Daniel’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Roseau, Dominica.
    Training: Bird College.
    Theatre includes: Hairspray (Doreen Bird Foundation Theatre), Commonwealth Dance Festival (Rambert Dance Company), The World Cup of Dance – Kieron Donovan and Aida
    (Studio Theatre, Sidcup).
    Film includes: Overcome, Laura Mvula – Aaron Sillis.
    Television includes: The Brit Awards Opening Sequence 2016 (Studio Wayne McGregor).
    This is Chanelle’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: London.
    Training: Arts Educational Schools, London (BA Hons Musical Theatre) and The BRIT School for Performing Arts.
    Theatre includes: The Little Mermaid (UK tour), The Who’s Tommy (Greenwich Theatre), The Twelve Tenors (Asian tour), Out Of This World (Ye Olde Rose & Crown), Follies (Royal Albert Hall), Olivier Awards 2014 and 2015 (Royal Opera House), Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (Devonshire Park Theatre) and Cinderella (Assembly Hall Theatre/West Wing Arts Centre).
    Film includes: The Theory of Everything.
    Television includes: Justice For A Murdered Son.
    Radio includes: Friday Night Is Music Night.
    This is Danny’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Rotterdam, Netherlands.
    Training: Lucia Marthas Institute for Performing Arts.
    Theatre includes: Anna Gordy/Ensemble in Motown (Shaftesbury), Ensemble and understudy Sandra Izadore in Fela! (National Theatre/US tour/Broadway), Ensemble and understudy Polly Rae in The Hurly Burly Show (West End), Featured Ensemble and understudy Elizabeth in Dirty Dancing (West End), Wicked (Apollo Victoria), Ella in Bubbling Brown Sugar (Dutch tour), Jemima in Cats (Dutch tour), Ensemble and understudy Nala in The Lion King and Saturday Night Fever (both in The Netherlands).
    Television includes: Let It Shine.

    Prince Abdullah & Ensemble

    Place of birth: London.
    Training: Arts Educational School, Tring Park. Theatre credits while training: Dolores in The Wild Party, Gentleman of Japan in The Hot Mikado and Ensemble in A Love Letter to Dan.
    Theatre includes: Ensemble in Dirty Dancing (UK tour), Swing and Understudy Don Lockwood in Singin’ in the Rain (UK tour), Ensemble, Understudy Sonny and Eugene in Grease (UK tour), Principal Soloist for Hey, Mr Producer (Lyceum), George in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium – original cast), Young Astaire in Tribute to Fred Astaire (London Palladium), Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Royal Festival Hall), David in Rags (Guildhall) and Nipper/Workhouse Boy in Oliver! (London Palladium).
    Television includes: The Last Man, EastEnders, Microsoap, Ivor the Invisible, Harry Enfield
    and The Bill.


    Place of birth: Northampton.
    Training: Guildford School
    of Acting.
    Theatre includes: Vocalist at Thursford Christmas Spectacular (Thursford), Ensemble and understudy Kathy Seldon in Singin’ in the Rain (Kilworth House Theatre), Ensemble in Here Lies Love (NT), Sleeping Beauty in Goldilocks and the Three Endings (Sixteenfeet Productions), Christmas Eve in Avenue Q (Theatre Royal, Windsor) and Footloose (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford).
    Workshops include: (NT) and Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Guildford School of Acting).


    Place of birth: Milan.
    Training: Laine Theatre Arts.
    Theatre includes: Pepper in Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre), Piccola Nuvola in Lo Specchio (Opera di Firenze), Cinderella (Manchester Opera House), Snow White (Richmond Theatre) and West End Heroes (Dominion Theatre).
    Television includes: The People’s Strictly for Comic Relief.


    Place of birth: London.
    Training: Bird College.
    Theatre includes: The Lion King (UK tour), Hot Mikado (Studio Theatre), The Face 2012 (Gardyn Theatre), Hooray for Hollywood (Orchard Theatre), Move It 2012 (Olympia, London) and Broadway Then and Now (Orchard Theatre).
    Music videos include: ‘Fight for Your Dreams’ by Toochi and ‘Glowsticks and Lollipops’ by LBD.
    Other work includes: Bianca has performed with Tinie Tempah, The Saturdays, Chipmunk and Eliza Doolittle (Wembley Stadium).
    This is Bianca’s West End debut.

  • Cavin Cornwall
    Standby Jafar & Sultan

    Place of birth: Bristol.
    Training: Bird College.
    Theatre includes: Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent’s Park Open Air), Sister Act (UK tour), The Exonerated (Charing Cross Theatre), Little Shop of Horrors (Birmingham Repertory Theatre), Napoleon Noir, The Harder They Come, Porgy and Bess (Savoy), Over the Rainbow (International tour), Chicago (Adelphi and world tour), The Full Monty (Prince of Wales – original production), Weekend in Rio (Plymouth Theatre/Edinburgh Festival), Fosse and Ragtime (St David’s Hall – European premiere).
    Film includes: Paddington 2, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Les Misérables, Casino Royale, De-Lovely, Jesus Christ Superstar and Enter the Preacher.
    Television includes: Wrath of the Titans, Notorious B.I.G., House of Rock and Fire
    Five Favourites.


    Place of birth: Gibraltar.
    Training: London Studio Centre.
    Theatre includes: Ensemble/Understudy Carnival Boy in Carousel (English National Opera) and Ensemble in Unexpected Tales (Sadler’s Wells: The Peacock Theatre).
    Film includes: Young Denise in Denise (Restless by Nature – Kenneth O’Toole).
    Television includes: Performer for the Strictly Come Dancing Live Special on The One Show.

    Attendant & Ensemble

    Place of birth: Surrey.
    Training: Redroofs Theatre School and Laine Theatre Arts.
    Theatre includes: Legally Blonde (Aberystwyth Arts Centre), Somebody to Love (European tour), Now Pop (Towngate Theatre, Basildon), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (The Hawth, Crawley), High School Mania (UK tour), Scrooge (London Palladium), Les Misérables (Palace), Annie (UK tour) and Whistle Down the Wind (UK tour).
    Other work includes: Lead vocalist for Royal Caribbean and Costa Cruises.


    Place of birth: Liverpool.
    Training: The Hammond School of Dance, Drama and Music.
    Theatre includes: La Traviata and Carmen (ROH), Mack and Mabel (UK tour), Mamma Mia! (international tour), Oliver! (UK tour), The Mikado (ENO), We Will Rock You (Dominion), Bollywoodland (tour), Chicago (international production), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK tour), Spirit of the Dance (tour) and Swan Lake (English National Ballet).
    Television includes: Dirty Dancing – The Time of Your Life!, Tidal Rave and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.


    Place of birth: Northampton.
    Training: Arts Educational School of Musical Theatre.
    Theatre includes: Swing and understudy Billy, Tito and Mr Schumacher in Dirty Dancing (UK tour), Ensemble in Evita (UK and Germany tour), Carlos in Legally Blonde (UK tour), Broadway to West End (Theatre Royal), Ensemble in Rent (Hampton Hill Playhouse) and Ensemble/understudy Prince Charming in Sleeping Beauty (Qdos).
    Other work includes: Olivier Awards 2011 and Christmas in New York (original cast recording).
    This is Antony’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Birmingham.
    Training: Art Educational Schools. Credits while training include: Broadway ballet girl in Singin’ in the Rain.
    Theatre includes: Cha Cha in Grease (Curve, Leicester/Dubai), Ensemble/Cover Grace
    in Annie (UK/European tour), Consuela/1st cover Anita in West Side Story (UK tour, ATG), Ensemble in 9 to 5 (original cast, UK tour, ATG) and Tiger Lily in Peter Pan (Poole/Norwich).
    Television includes: Consuela, performing ‘America’ on The One Show and 9 to 5 the Musical on This Morning.
    Other work includes: Copelia (English Youth Ballet).
    This is Sinead’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Sutton-in-Ashfield.
    Training: Expressions Academy of Performing Arts, Diploma and BTEC. Credits while training include: Reecey in Our House the Musical and Moonface Martin in Anything Goes.
    Theatre includes: Dance Captain and Sultan
    in Dick Whittington (Leatherhead Theatre)
    and Ensemble in Aladdin (Wolverhampton Grand Theatre).
    Film includes: Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
    Television includes: Waterloo Road.
    Other work includes: Fashion show for George at ASDA, stills campaign for Regatta Outdoors and KeepMoat first time buyers.
    This is Travis’s West End debut.

    Razoul & Ensemble

    Place of birth: Teesside.
    Training: London Studio Centre.
    Theatre includes: Amos Hart in Chicago (Singapore tour), Ensemble in Chicago (UK tour), Ensemble in Amadeus (Chichester Festival Theatre), District Attorney in Miracle on 34th Street (UK tour), Ensemble in Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical (UK Tour), Ensemble in Idomeneo (Royal Opera House), Ensemble in Chicago (Cambridge Theatre), Swing in Chicago (Garrick Theatre), Pirate/Indian in Peter Pan the Musical (Curve, Leicester), Cinderella (Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury).
    Film includes: FIT! and Kickoff.
    Television includes: The Worst Jobs in History and John Barrowman’s Tonight’s the Night.

    Ensemble & Fight Captain

    Place of birth: Singapore.
    Training: SAF Music and Drama Company and Singapore Dance Theatre (Singapore) and Millennium Performing Arts (London – Stephen Mear scholarship).
    Theatre includes: Singapore – Bent (Toy Factory Theatre Ensemble) and Comrade Mayor (Theatreworks). London – The Lion King (Lyceum), Barnum (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Miss Saigon (Prince Edward Theatre).
    Film includes: War and Miss Saigon 25th Anniversary Live.
    Television includes: The Sound of Musicals, Tonight at the London Palladium, Olivier Awards 2012 and 2015 and Disney’s Broadway Hits.
    Opera includes: Turandot (ROH) and Madam Butterfly (ENO).
    Other work includes: Choreography for Knot Happening (Dalston Gallery), Original High and Le Corps de L’Homme (West End Bares/MADtrust).

    Standby Genie, Babkak & Sultan

    Place of birth: Philadelphia, USA.
    Training: BFA Musical Theatre, University of the Arts; MA Music Theatre, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
    Theatre includes: Beautiful – The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre), Porgy and Bess (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales), The Lion King (Lyceum); Walk in the Light (NT), Eugene Onegin, Romeo and Juliet (Opéra de Baugé), The Hot Mikado, The Madwoman of Chaillot, Kinks: a Rock and Roll Fantasy (Arts Bank), A Perfect Ganesh, Ferdinand the Bull, Caroline or Change (Arden Theatre), Nerds: a Computer Software Satire (Philadelphia Theatre Company), Einstein’s Dreams (NYC Theater Science Festival) and Mathilde (Embassy Theatre).
    Film includes: The Suitcase.
    Television includes: Miss West Virginia Pageant.
    Oliver founded the West End Cabaret Company Ltd which had its first sell-out run of The Songs I’ll Never Sing at the St James Studio.

  • Ian Oswald

    Place of birth: Liverpool.
    Theatre includes: Swing/Dance Captain in The Last Tango (Phoenix and UK tour), Dance ’Til Dawn (UK tour), Assistant Choreographer on The Return of Jack Frost (Worthing Pavilion), Swing/Dance Captain and Assistant Resident Director in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK tour), Fred Casely and Understudy Billy Flynn in Chicago (UK tour), Jules in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace), Tanz der Vampire (Germany), Don Kerr in A Chorus Line (Lowry, Salford), Understudy Electra and Greaseball in Starlight Express (Bochum), Michael Flatley’s Celtic Tiger (International tour) and Simply Ballroom (UK tour).
    Film includes: Pirates of the Caribbean.

    Fortune Teller, Attendant & Ensemble

    Place of birth: Antigua.
    Training: Millennium Performing Arts.
    Theatre includes: Ghost (UK/Ireland tour), Lion King (UK/Ireland tour), Anthems (Royal Albert Hall), Fame (UK/Ireland tour), Footloose (UK/Ireland tour) Chess in Concert (Royal Albert Hall) and Carmen Jones (Royal Festival Hall).
    Film includes: About a Boy and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
    Other work includes: Tarisha is also a professional figure skater.
    This is Tarisha’s West End debut.

    Swing & Dance Captain

    Place of birth: Ipswich.
    Training: Performers College Trinity.
    Theatre includes: Swing/Dance Captain in Memphis (Shaftesbury Theatre), Ensemble in The Bodyguard (Adelphi), Ensemble in Mother Goose (Millfield Arts Centre) and Monte Carlos/Dancer in Hooray for Hollywood (Spirit Productions).
    Television includes: Surprise, Surprise, The X Factor, The Jonathan Ross Show, Olivier Awards 2015 and BBC Proms in the Park 2015.
    Recordings include: Memphis (Original London Cast Recording).

    Attendant & Ensemble

    Place of birth: London.
    Training: Arts Educational, Betty Wivell Academy of Performing Arts, The Brit School of Performing Arts and Technology Young Actors Theatre.
    Theatre includes: Jack and the Beanstalk (Hackney Empire), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London and tour), A Night at the Musicals (UK tour), How We
    Kids Roll (‘On a Spree’ New Writers Night), Cinderella (Fairfield Halls, Croydon), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Shaw Theatre), The Witches of Eastwick (New Theatre, The BRIT School), The Wedding Singer (Fairfield Halls, Croydon), Seussical the Musical (Charles Cryer Theatre, Carshalton) and Bugsy Malone (Broadway Theatre, Catford).
    Television includes: Roisin Conaty’s Game Face.
    This is Sadie-Jean’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Leicester.
    Training: LCPA (Leicester College of Performing Arts).
    Theatre includes: Mamma Mia! (Quantum of the Seas, RCCL), Chicago (Allure of the Seas/RCCL) and Sleeping Beauty (Wolverhampton Grand Theatre).
    This is Ricardo’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Burnley.
    Training: Italia Conti Arts Centre.
    Theatre includes: Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre), The Bodyguard (Germany), You Won’t Succeed on Broadway if You Don’t Have Any Jews (St James Theatre) and 27 The Musical, directed and choreographed by Arlene Phillips (Union Theatre).


    Place of birth: Melbourne.
    Training: The Ministry of Dance – Full Time Performing Arts and GMV Vocal Studios.
    Theatre includes: Der Rosenkavalier (Royal Opera House), Mary Poppins (UK tour, Cameron Mackintosh), Follies in Concert (Melbourne Recital Centre), Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof (TML Enterprises, Australia), Last Man Standing (Melbourne Theatre Company), Jeannie Muldoon in Nice Work If You Can Get It (State Theatre, Melbourne), Wicked (Australasian 10th Anniversary Tour), Mary Poppins (Australia and New Zealand, Disney/Cameron Mackintosh), West Side Story (Ambassador Theatre Group, Australia), Anything Goes and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (State Theatre, Melbourne).
    Television includes: Neighbours and So You Think You Can Dance.
    This is Monica’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: London.
    Training: Guildford School of Acting. Credits while training include: She Loves Me, Carousel and All My Sons.
    Theatre includes: Disney’s Broadway Hits (Royal Albert Hall), The Wizard of Oz (Shaw Theatre), Puttin’ on the Ritz (UK tour and Monte Carlo), Blues Brothers Story (Sporting Club, Monte Carlo), Cinderella (Hackney Empire on tour), Damn Yankees (Landor Theatre), The Bakewell Bake Off (Landor Theatre and Waterloo East Theatre), State Fair (Huron Playhouse, Ohio) and Anything Goes (Myers Theatre, Indiana).
    Radio includes: Extensive voiceover work for various projects in the US and UK.
    Recordings include: The Bakewell Bake Off (original cast recording).
    Other work includes: Writer and creative team of The Bakewell Bake Off (licenced by Rodgers and Hammerstein Europe), as well as performances aboard the Voyages Of Discovery Cruise. Also, Children in Need (BBC Elstree Studios) and Tonight at the London Palladium (London Palladium),
    This is Kayleigh’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Worms, Germany.
    Training: Urdang Academy, London, National Diploma in Musical Theatre.
    Theatre includes: Chino in West Side Story (UK/Ireland tour) and Ensemble/Cover Stalker in The Bodyguard (Musical Dome, Cologne).
    Television includes: The One Show with West Side Story and Schlagercountdown (Germany).
    This is Niko’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: St Albans.
    Theatre includes: The Wiz (Watford Palace Theatre) and Hairspray (Grove Theatre).
    This is Damien’s West End debut.


    Place of birth: Hastings.
    Training: Laine Theatre Arts and Sylvia Young Theatre School.
    Theatre includes: Bugsy Malone (Lyric), The Lion King (Lyceum) and The Lion King (UK and Ireland tour).
    Television includes: Kerwhizz, Born to Shine, Lewis and Yo Gabba Gabba!
    Other work includes: Jermaine has also performed in front of Princess Anne for Save the Children at the National History Museum.

  • Alan Menken

    Alan Menken (Music). Theatre:God Bless You Mr. Rosewater;Little Shop of Horrors;Real Life Funnies;Atina:Evil Queen of the Galaxy;Kicks;The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz;Beauty and the Beast;A Christmas Carol;Weird Romance;King David;Der Glöckner Von Notre Dame;The Little Mermaid;Sister Act;Leap of Faith and Newsies. Film:Little Shop of Horrors;The Little Mermaid;Beauty and the Beast;Newsies;Aladdin;Pocahontas;The Hunchback of Notre Dame;Hercules;Life with Mikey;Lincoln (TV miniseries);Home on the Range;Noel;Enchanted;Shaggy Dog;Tangled and Mirror Mirror. Songs:Rocky V;Home Alone 2 and Captain America. Awards:eight Oscars® (19 nominations),11 Grammy Awards® (including Song of the Year),seven Golden Globes®,Tony®,Drama Desk,Outer Critics Circle,New York Drama Critics,Olivier and London’s Evening Standard Awards. Honors:Songwriter’s Hall of Fame,Hollywood Walk of Fame,Doctorates from New York University and University of North Carolina School of the Arts.


    Howard Ashman (Lyrics). Best known as a pivotal creative mind behind The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast (which is dedicated to “Our friend, Howard Ashman, who gave a Mermaid her voice and a Beast his soul…”) Ashman’s first love was theatre. Ashman was a founder of Off-Off-Broadway’s renowned WPA Theater, where he conceived, wrote and directed God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, as well as the classic musical, Little Shop of Horrors (both music by Alan Menken). In 1986, he wrote and directed the Broadway musical Smile (music by Marvin Hamlisch). Lamented as a lost treasure of the 1980’s theatre scene, Smile remains popular on high school and college campuses throughout the country. Ashman’s family is thrilled that Ashman and Menken’s original songs for Aladdin, some of which were cut in the making of the film – as well as portions of Ashman’s original film treatment – have been reinstated in the theatrical production. Howard Ashman died in 1991 from complications of AIDS. For more information, please visit


    Tim Rice (Lyrics). Tim Rice – that’s Sir Tim to you – has been writing lyrics for musical theatre and related enterprises for more than 40 years. Patrol leader (Peewits), 1958. Credits include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita with Andrew Lloyd Webber; Aladdin, King David and Beauty and the Beast with Alan Menken; Chess with Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson; and The Lion King and Aida with Elton John. He has won numerous awards along the way, usually for the wrong things or for simply turning up. His latest musical opened in London in 2013, based on James Jones’ great novel From Here to Eternity, with music by Stuart Brayson. He is currently working on a play about Machiavelli unless he’s in Australia watching cricket. Was quite a good swimmer. Loves the Everly Brothers and Bobby Vee. More can be found (as if this isn’t enough) on

    Book, Lyrics

    Chad Beguelin (Book, Lyrics). Chad is a two-time Tony® nominee for his work on the Broadway musical The Wedding Singer (Tony Award nomination for Best Book and Best Original Score, Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Lyrics). He wrote the lyrics for the Broadway musical Elf, which broke several box office records at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. His play Harbor recently premiered Off-Broadway at Primary Stages. Chad also wrote the book and lyrics for Judas & Me (NYMF Award for Excellence in Lyric Writing), The Rhythm Club (Signature Theater) and Wicked City (American Stage Company). He is the recipient of the Edward Kleban Award for Outstanding Lyric Writing, the Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation Awards, the Gilman & Gonzalez-Falla Musical Theater Award and the ASCAP Foundation Richard Rodgers New Horizons Award. Chad is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Dramatic Writing Program. Much love to Tom.

    Director, Choreographer

    Casey Nicholaw (Director, Choreographer). Currently represented on Broadway as co-director and choreographer ofThe Book of Mormon (2011 Tony®, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle Awards as co-director with Trey Parker receiving the same nominations for choreography). Other Broadway credits as director/choreographer: Elf: The Musical; The Drowsy Chaperone (2006 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations); Monty Python’s Spamalot directed by Mike Nichols (2005 Tony, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle nominations for Best Choreography). Additional New York credits: for City Center Encores! – highly acclaimed productions ofAnyone Can Whistle and Follies (direction/choreography), Bye Bye Birdie (choreography) andCan-Can (musical staging); for N.Y. Philharmonic – Candide; South Pacific at Carnegie Hall (also on PBS Great Performances), Sinatra: His Voice, His World, His Way at Radio City Music Hall. He directed and choreographed the world premieres of Minsky’s at Center Theater Group and Robin and the 7 Hoods at the Old Globe.

    Scenic Design

    BOB CROWLEY (Scenic Design) is an associate of the National Theatre. He has designed more than 50 productions in London including Mary Poppins (London Evening Standard Award;Broadway – Tony®,Drama Desk Awards). Other Broadway credits include:The Glass Menagerie;Once (Tony Award);The Coast of Utopia (Tony,Drama Desk Awards);TARZAN®,which he also directed;The History Boys (Tony Award);The Invention of Love (Tony nomination,Drama Desk Award);Disney’s Aida (Tony Award);The Iceman Cometh (Tony nomination);Twelfth Night (Tony nomination);The Capeman (Tony nomination);and Carousel (Tony Award).

    Costume Design

    Broadway: Tuck Everlasting (2016), Something Rotten (2015 Tony® nomination), Aladdin (New York, Japan, Hamburg, Sydney), Kinky Boots (2013 Tony nomination, 2016 Oliver Award), Follies (2012 Tony, Drama Desk, Henry Hewes Awards), Elf, Legally Blonde (2007 Tony nomination), The Drowsy Chaperone (2006 Tony, Drama Desk Awards, Olivier nomination), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Flower Drum Song (2002 Tony nomination), Side Show, Bye Bye Birdie.
    New York: The Wizard of Oz, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Pageant (NY and London — Olivier nomination), The Kathy and Mo Show.
    Regional: Robin and the 7 Hoods, Mame, Allegro (Helen Hayes Award). TDF Young Master Award.

    Lighting Design

    Natasha Katz (Lighting Design). Recent Broadway: Once (Tony® Award), The Coast of Utopia (Tony Award), Aida (Tony Award), The Glass Menagerie, Motown, Follies, Hedda Gabler, Sister Act, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan®, Sweet Smell of Success, The Capeman, Beauty and the Beast and Gypsy. Extensive designs Off-Broadway, American regional theatres, concerts and permanent installations. Opera/dance include: Royal Opera House, Dutch National Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Metropolitan Opera and NYC Opera. Awards: Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Hewes Award, Whatsonstage, Joseph Jefferson Award, Ruth Morely Design Award, National Broadway Theatre Award.

    Sound Design

    Ken Travis (Sound Design). Broadway designs: Jekyll and Hyde, A Christmas Story the Musical, Scandalous, Newsies,Memphis, The Threepenny Opera, Barefoot in the Park, Steel Magnolias. Numerous New York and regional theaters and companies including: The Old Globe, The 5th Avenue Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Seattle Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, LA Center Theatre Group, Guthrie Theatre, KC Rep, Dallas Theatre Center, Playwrights Horizons, The New Group, NYSF Public Theatre, CSC, Signature Theatre NYC, SoHo Rep, Vineyard Theatre, The Civilians, Mabou Mines, and national and international festivals and tours.

    Music Supervision, Incidental Music and Vocal Arrangements

    Michael Kosarin (Music Supervision, Incidental Music and Vocal Arrangements). Over 30 years on Broadway as music director, arranger, and conductor: Nine (1982), Grand Hotel, Mayor, The Secret Garden, King David, Triumph of Love,Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid, Sister Act, Leap of Faith, Newsies, Hunchback of Notre Dame (abroad and in development). Alan Menken’s music director for 20 years; films include Captain America, Tangled, Enchanted, Hercules, Home on the Range, Pocahontas. TV: Music producer/arranger, “Galavant”. Emmy Award, Outstanding Music Direction for “A Christmas Carol,” nomination, “The Music Man.” Concertized, arranged, recorded with Boston Pops, St. Lukes Orchestra, Carly Simon, Barbara Cook, Jane Krakowski. As composer: “Sesame Street,” “Wonder Pets.” Three Grammy® nominations. Upcoming: live-action film of Beauty and the Beast.


    Danny Troob (Orchestrations). In his fifth decade as a Broadway professional, Danny’s career has included composing, orchestrating, and conducting. Early credits: Pacific Overtures, The Baker’s Wife (dance music) and Big River (music supervision and orchestrations). He received Drama Desk Awards for Big River (1985) and Cinderella (2013). He orchestrated the animated features Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and Pocahontas; Newsies (the film and the Broadway show); The Pajama Game with Harry Connick, Jr.; Dr. Zhivago (in Australia); and The Little Mermaid (in Russia). Thank you, musical theater, for giving me this incredible career!

    Hair Design

    Josh Marquette (Hair Design). Broadway/Off-Broadway/West End: First Date, Kinky Boots, The Book of Mormon, Elf,Dogfight, The Best Man, Look Back In Anger, The Drowsy Chaperone, Pig Farm, The… Trailer Park Musical, Altar Boyz, Mamma Mia!. West Coast: Aladdin, Robin & the 7 Hoods, Peep Show, Minsky’s, Vanities. Other N.Y.: Show Boat at Carnegie Hall; No, No, Nanette and Follies at City Center’s Encores!; and numerous Juilliard productions. National tours: The Book of Mormon, The Drowsy Chaperone, Barbie Live!. Television: “30 Rock.”

    Makeup Design

    Milagros Medina-Cerdeira (Makeup Design). Makeup design for The Rocky Horror Show and makeup design consultant for Sister Act. She has worked as a makeup artist on Broadway for more than 18 years, including Spider-man, Mary Poppins, The Lion King, Into the Woods, Bells are Ringing, Wild Party, Tango Argentino, Little Me, Wizard of Oz, The King and I and Kiss of the Spiderwoman, and has worked with esteemed Eartha Kitt and Diahann Carroll.

    Illusion Design

    Jim Steinmeyer (Illusion Design). The New York Times calls him the “celebrated invisible man, designer and creative brain behind many of the great stage magicians.” His illusions were featured by Doug Henning, Siegfried and Roy, David Copperfield, Ricky Jay and many others. He has created the special illusions for Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods, The Phantom of the Opera and Mary Poppins. He’s also the author of books on the history of magic.

    Dance Music Arrangements

    Glen Kelly (Dance Music Arrangements) is honored to have worked with such icons as Mike Nichols, Stephen Sondheim, Mel Brooks, Woody Allen and Trey Parker. He recently won the New York Drama Desk Award for his score to The Nance. He was music supervisor and arranger for The Producers, Young Frankenstein and Death of a Salesman. He arranged music for A Christmas Story, The Book of Mormon, The Scottsboro Boys, The Drowsy Chaperone, Spamalotand Beauty and the Beast, among others. Also this season he’ll be supervising and arranging Bullets Over Broadway.

    Special Effects Design

    Jeremy Chernick (Special Effects Design). Jeremy specializes in making it snow, rain, burn, bleed and explode for the entertainment industry. Recent credits include: Broadway – Big Fish, Romeo & Juliet, Rocky The Musical; Off-Broadway and other – Mr. Burns… (Playwrights Horizons), Let the Right One In (National Theater of Scotland & Royal Court Theatre, London), Parcifal (Metropolitan Opera). Jeremy served as special effects consultant for “America’s Got Talent” at Radio City Music Hall.

    Original Fight Direction

    J. Allen Suddeth (Fight Direction). Aladdin is Allen’s 12th Broadway show, ranging from Newsies to Angels in America, to Gem of the Ocean, to Jekyll and Hyde. He has taught at Juilliard, Rutgers, Strasberg, and SUNY Purchase, is an author and works worldwide. He has logged more than 800 television shows and several hundred productions in regional theater and Off-Broadway during a 35-year career. Allen holds the rank of Fight Master with the Society of American Fight Directors.

    Associate Director

    Scott Taylor (Associate Director). Broadway: On A Clear Day, A Little Night Music, Broadway Bound, Spamalot, Contact,Thou Shalt Not, Steel Pier, Victor/Victoria, Showboat, Crazy For You, Cats and Wind in the Willows. Films and TV: A Chorus Line, Center Stage, PBS’s Great Performances of Crazy For You and Contact.

    Associate Choreographer

    John MacInnis (Associate Choreographer). Choreography credits include: European productions of Disney’s The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. Associate choreographer: The Book of Mormon. Director/choreographer: Olympic Medals Ceremonies (2002 and 2010 Winter Games); The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, including first international production in Mexico City. Thanks to Mike and Cooper for their love and support.

    Technical Supervision

    Geoffrey Quart/Hudson Theatrical Associates (Technical Supervision & Production Management) More than 65 Broadway productions and tours. Recent: Hamilton, Fiddler on the Roof, Sylvia, The Realistic Joneses, Of Mice and Men, Mothers and Sons, All the Way and The Bridges of Madison County. HTA is a member of Neil A Mazzella’s HUDSON family, which includes Hudson Scenic Studio and Hudson Sound & Light. Geoff has worked on more than 60 productions. His work for HTA includes: A Night With Janis Joplin, Porgy and Bess (tour), Newsies, Newsies (tour), and Aladdin (Broadway, Tokyo, Hamburg). Geoff’s other Broadway credits include: Skylight, School of Rock, Ivo van Hove’s A View From the Bridge,and The Crucible.

    Senior Production Supervisor

    Clifford Schwartz (Production Supervisor) Clifford has been with Disney Theatrical as Production Supervisor since 1999. His Disney credits include ten productions of Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida, four productions of Disney’s Tarzan, and the Broadway productions of Aladdin, Mary Poppins and The Little Mermaid. Other Broadway credits include: Peter and the Starcatcher, Grease! (1995), Chicago (1996), Big, Guys and Dolls (1992), Lend Me a Tenor and Moose Murders. Off Broadway credits include Wenceslas Square and the world premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins (1990). Clifford earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Temple University in Philadelphia.

  • Jason Trubitt

    Jason is proud to work with Clifford Schwartz on Aladdin Worldwide (Broadway, Tokyo, Hamburg, London, Sydney) Other Broadway credits include, Sister Act, Mary Poppins, Never Gonna Dance, Brooklyn, Mamma Mia!, Wicked and The Phantom of the Opera. National tour include, Mamma Mia!, Copacabana. Love to Mom and Herbie! AEA member since 1997.

    Resident Director

    Tim English (Resident Director) Tim trained at the Arts Educational School and for many years was a successful performer. Shows include: Me and My Girl, My Fair Lady, Elvis – The Musical, HMS Pinafore, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Oliver!, Always,Mamma Mia! and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Prior to Aladdin, he was Resident Director for The Lion King UK and European tour.

    UK Associate Choreographer

    Ben Clare (UK Associate Choreographer) Training: Hylton Bromley Theatre School. Theatre includes: associate choreographer for Assassins (Menier Chocolate Factory), The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales), The Bodyguard (Adelphi) and Sister Act (Broadway, Hamburg and UK tour), resident choreographer for Monty Python’s Spamalot (Palace). Film includes: assistant choreographer on Disney’s Beauty & the Beast, Disney’s Cinderella and Jesus Christ Superstar – The Movie. Television includes: choreographer for The Royal Variety Performance, 2015 (Royal Albert Hall). Other work includes: mass movement choreographer for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies and 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

    Musical Director

    Alan Williams (Musical Director) Alan studied piano and conducting at Chetham’s School of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Musical Supervisor: Funny Girl (Savoy Theatre), Urinetown (Apollo), The Commitments (Palace) and Shrek (tour). Musical Director: Funny Girl and Assassins (Menier Chocolate Factory), A Damsel in Distress (Chichester Festival Theatre), Urinetown (St James Theatre), A Chorus Line (London Palladium), Shrek (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Passion (Donmar Warehouse), Monty Python’s Spamalot (Palace) and Little Shop of Horrors (West Yorkshire Playhouse). Musical Arranger: Funny Girl (Savoy Theatre and Menier Chocolate Factory), The Commitments (Palace) and Eric’s (Liverpool Everyman). Associate/Assistant Musical Director: Sister Act (London Palladium), Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre), Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre), Grand Hotel (Donmar Warehouse) and Jerry Springer – The Opera (Cambridge Theatre). Workshops include: The Go-Between and Billy Elliot. He conducted the concert of 42nd Street (London Palladium) and also worked on Anything Goes (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Follies in Concert (London Palladium) and Mamma Mia! (film) as a pianist.


    ​JILL GREEN CDG​ (​Casting). Casting Director: Jill Green CDG. Casting Associate: Gordon Cowell.
 Casting Assistant: Amy Craig. Jill Green is a full member of the CDG. Gordon and Amy are probationary members of the CDG. London Theatre includes: Kinky Boots; War Horse (Current Cast); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Current Cast); Beautiful – The Carole King Musical ; Jersey Boys; The Scottsboro Boys; I Can’t Sing; Rock of Ages; The Human Comedy (Young Vic);The Producers ;Aladdin (Old Vic); Contact; Thoroughly Modern Millie; Fosse. Tours and Regional Theatre include: Show Boat; Jersey Boys; The Lion King; Anything Goes;Singin’ in the Rain; West Side Story. Feature Film credits include: Beyond the Sea (co-casting, UK Dancers)

    Electronic Music Programming

    Jeff Marder (Electronic Music Programming) Broadway credits include: (synthesizer programming, keyboards, and/or conducting): Finding Neverland, Aladdin, Cinderella, Newsies, The Book of Mormon, Pippin, Wicked, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Leap of Faith and others. Other theatrical credits include: Invisible Thread (2nd Stage and ART), Cirque du Soleil’s ‘O’, Beauty and the Beast (NETworks) and Sister Act (Pasadena Playhouse, Alliance Theatre).

    Orchestral Manager

    Andy Barnwell (Orchestral Manager) The company, founded in 1994, is one of the foremost orchestral management companies in the UK having been responsible for providing musicians for over 200 productions in London, throughout the UK and internationally. Current London productions include: Funny Girl, Show Boat, Guys and Dolls, In the Heights, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and, recently: Billy Elliot, Gypsy, The Commitments, Memphis, Sinatra, High Society, Bugsy Malone, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Made in Dagenham, City of Angels, Porgy & Bess, Monty Python Live (mostly) (O2 Arena), Spamalot (and tours), A Chorus Line, Sweeney Todd, Love Story, Into the Woods and Sister Act (and tour). Current/recent regional/UK tours include: Billy Elliot, The Rocky Horror Show (and London), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Last Tango, Hairspray – The Musical (and London), Mack & Mabel, A Damsel in Distress, Love Me Tender, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (and London), Dance ‘til Dawn (and London), Anything Goes, Shrek (and London), Dirty Dancing (and London), Singin’ in the Rain (and London), West Side Story, Oliver!, Legally Blonde and South Pacific.

    Andy Barnwell (Orchestral Manager) The company, founded in 1994, is one of the foremost orchestral management companies in the UK having been responsible for providing musicians for over 200 productions in London, throughout the UK and internationally. Current London productions include: Funny Girl, Show Boat, Guys and Dolls, In the Heights, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and, recently: Billy Elliot, Gypsy, The Commitments, Memphis, Sinatra, High Society, Bugsy Malone, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Made in Dagenham, City of Angels, Porgy & Bess, Monty Python Live (mostly) (O2 Arena), Spamalot (and tours), A Chorus Line, Sweeney Todd, Love Story, Into the Woods and Sister Act (and tour). Current/recent regional/UK tours include: Billy Elliot, The Rocky Horror Show (and London), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Last Tango, Hairspray – The Musical (and London), Mack & Mabel, A Damsel in Distress, Love Me Tender, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (and London), Dance ‘til Dawn (and London), Anything Goes, Shrek (and London), Dirty Dancing (and London), Singin’ in the Rain (and London), West Side Story, Oliver!, Legally Blonde and South Pacific.

    Andy Barnwell (Orchestral Manager) The company, founded in 1994, is one of the foremost orchestral management companies in the UK having been responsible for providing musicians for over 200 productions in London, throughout the UK and internationally. Current London productions include: Funny Girl, Show Boat, Guys and Dolls, In the Heights, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and, recently: Billy Elliot, Gypsy, The Commitments, Memphis, Sinatra, High Society, Bugsy Malone, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Made in Dagenham, City of Angels, Porgy & Bess, Monty Python Live (mostly) (O2 Arena), Spamalot (and tours), A Chorus Line, Sweeney Todd, Love Story, Into the Woods and Sister Act (and tour). Current/recent regional/UK tours include: Billy Elliot, The Rocky Horror Show (and London), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Last Tango, Hairspray – The Musical (and London), Mack & Mabel, A Damsel in Distress, Love Me Tender, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (and London), Dance ‘til Dawn (and London), Anything Goes, Shrek (and London), Dirty Dancing (and London), Singin’ in the Rain (and London), West Side Story, Oliver!, Legally Blonde and South Pacific.

    Andy Barnwell (Orchestral Manager) The company, founded in 1994, is one of the foremost orchestral management companies in the UK having been responsible for providing musicians for over 200 productions in London, throughout the UK and internationally. Current London productions include: Funny Girl, Show Boat, Guys and Dolls, In the Heights, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and, recently: Billy Elliot, Gypsy, The Commitments, Memphis, Sinatra, High Society, Bugsy Malone, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Made in Dagenham, City of Angels, Porgy & Bess, Monty Python Live (mostly) (O2 Arena), Spamalot (and tours), A Chorus Line, Sweeney Todd, Love Story, Into the Woods and Sister Act (and tour). Current/recent regional/UK tours include: Billy Elliot, The Rocky Horror Show (and London), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Last Tango, Hairspray – The Musical (and London), Mack & Mabel, A Damsel in Distress, Love Me Tender, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (and London), Dance ‘til Dawn (and London), Anything Goes, Shrek (and London), Dirty Dancing (and London), Singin’ in the Rain (and London), West Side Story, Oliver!, Legally Blonde and South Pacific.


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We encourage guests to purchase tickets in advance to ensure the best seating locations, however seats remain on sale until performance time, based on availability.

Does my child need a ticket? Is there a minimum age requirement to attend the show?

All guests require a ticket, regardless of age. We recommend that children be at least six years old to attend a performance of Aladdin.

Is there a ticket lottery for Aladdin?

A limited number of tickets will be available via the online lottery.
The lottery will open at 11am on Mondays and will close at 11am on Tuesdays.
Entrants can select up to 3 performances for the following week and are eligible to win up to 2 tickets (priced at £25 each) per draw.
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Does Aladdin offer day seats?

A limited number of Day Seats at £25 per ticket are available to purchase each morning in person at the Prince Edward Box Office. Each person is allowed to purchase a maximum of two tickets each. Subject to availability.

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How do I find out about options for physically disabled guests?

Wheelchair-accessible seating is available through the theatre box office by calling 0344 482 5137. Infrared assistive listening devices are available at the kiosk in the main lobby of the theatre. If you need assistance locating the kiosk, please ask any member of the theatre staff. For more information, please click here.

Will there be a touring production of Aladdin?

Currently, there are no plans for a tour of Aladdin.

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What security measures are in place at the theatre?

Enhanced security measures are in place at the Prince Edward Theatre.

Your security is of the utmost importance to us. To make sure your visit is as safe as possible, enhanced security measures are currently in place at the theatre.

As a result, it may take longer to get into the building. We therefore recommend you arrive in plenty of time to enable us to conduct bag checks.

We strongly advise that you do not bring large bags to the theatre. Cloakroom facilities are available for coats and umbrellas, but we are unable to accept large bags and luggage.

If you have any questions about your visit, please read the Frequently Asked Questions on this page or contact the Prince Edward Theatre Box Office on 0844 482 5151.

How long is the show?

Aladdin is approximately two hours and thirty minutes, including one interval.

What should I wear to the show?

There is no dress code at the theatre. For all performances, attire should be comfortable and appropriate for the occasion.

How do I get to the venue?

The Prince Edward Theatre is located at Old Compton Street, London W1D 4HS. How to get there:

TRAINS Charing Cross (approx. 550m) TUBE: Leicester Square (approx. 300m), Tottenham Court Road (approx. 400m) BUS: 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453 PARKING: If you’re driving into the West End to see the show, take advantage of the Q-Park Theatreland Parking Scheme saving you 50% off car parking for up to 24 hours. To qualify, present your Q-Park car park ticket for validation at our box office. Please note the discount does not apply to the pre-booking service, for full terms and conditions, participating car parks and locations visit:

There is also parking available at Meters at Soho Square (approx 200m), Master Park at China Town and Poland Street and NCP at Brewer Street.

Is it possible to meet the cast members when I’m at the show?

For many guests, part of the fun of going to a West End show is meeting members of the cast at the Stage Door. Following the performance, some actors from Aladdin may be available to sign autographs and sometimes even pose for photos. Ask an usher for directions to the Stage Door.

Does Aladdin contain any special effects?

Yes, Aladdin contains theatrical smoke and fog effects, pyrotechnics, strobe lighting and loud noises.

Is there official ALADDIN merchandise available to purchase?

Merchandise is available before and after the show, and during the interval across a number of locations inside the theatre. You can pay for merchandise with either cash or card payment – all card types are accepted. For pre-orders or for any other enquiries contact


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Our cast members love to hear from you, but we cannot guarantee that all letters will receive a response. You may send correspondence to:

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c/o Aladdin

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My theatre group/school drama department would like to perform Aladdin. How do I acquire rights for the production?

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