Press Release: January 19, 2017
Come and feel the magic of award winning London show, Aladdin The Musical at the magnificent Prince Edward Theatre! The popular London Westend theatre is located at 28 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS. Theatre is situated in the busy area of of Soho, on Old Compton Street. Some of the topmost attractions near the theatre are Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden. Wide range of shops, bars and restaurants are located at a nearby distance from the theatre.
The mesmerizing London show, Aladdin The Musical is one of the highly anticipated Broadway smash-hit show which is transferred to the Price Edward Theatre in May 2016. The popular musical is adapted from the most popular and cherished film of Disney. The adventures of Aladdin are set against the backdrop of Agrabah. The show features some remarkable musical compositions by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice.
The prestigious Tony Award-nominated musical, Aladdin revolves around the young boy Aladdin and his friends, Kassim, Omar and Babkak. The hugely loved musical revolves around the love saga of Princess Jasmine and Aladdin which anger the villainous Grand Vizier, Jafar. Get set for an enjoyable roller coaster ride of wild Arabian adventure featuring flying carpets, caves of treasure and a tap-dancing genie!
Some of the popular musical numbers by Menken are ‘Arabian Nights’, ‘One Jump Ahead’, ‘Friend Like Me’, and of course ‘A Whole New World’. Aladdin The Musical is known for some brilliant music and dance numbers. The two hours and thirty minutes show is recommended for kids above 6+.
If you are planning to have a memorable time with your dear ones then book online advance tickets of Aladdin the Musical. The popular Prince Edward Theatre is positioned at an easily accessible location. You can visit the theatre via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, cars and taxis.
Leicester Square is the nearest tube station to the theatre and is a short walk away. You can reach on either the Piccadilly or Northern lines. You can also travel by bus numbers 14, 19 and 38 all stop on Charing Cross Road. You can also hire a cab or drive your car, the nearest car park is in Chinatown on Newport Place, which is just 3 minutes away from the theatre. The cost is £20.00 for 4 hours.
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