2024-02-22T17:35:00Z By Keeley Rodgers
2024-02-14T12:38:00Z By Keeley Rodgers
Currently touring the UK for the first time, groups can expect a striking display from the cast of Disney’s Aladdin at a venue near to them.
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The critically acclaimed Broadway and West End musical of Aladdin is now open, having spent time in Edinburgh in October before travelling to Wales Millennium Centre for the Christmas season.
The pictures show how audiences can be transported to the vibrant Arabian desert as this much-loved tale is retold at venues across the UK and Ireland.
Running throughout 2024 to January, 2025, the tour is stopping at the likes of Milton Keynes Theatre (24th April - 19th May 2024), Bristol Hippodrome (10th July - 11th August 2024), Birmingham Hippodrome (9th October - 3rd November 2024) and Liverpool Empire (11th December 2024 - 5th January 2025).
More dates and venues are set to be announced and you can see all current veunues and dates here.
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Yeukayi Ushe (The Lion King, A Strange Loop, Kinky Boots and Motown The Musical) stars as Genie and Gavin Adams, a recent graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, makes his professional debut in the title role of Aladdin.
Desmonda Cathabel (Miss Saigon, From Here to Eternity) plays Jasmine, Adam Strong (Rock of Ages, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat) plays Jafar and Jo Servi (Dreamgirls, The Color Purple) plays Sultan.
The rest of the main cast is made up of Angelo Paragoso a Lago, Nay-Nay as Kassim, Adam Taylor as Omar and Nelson Bettencourt as Babkak.
About the show
Adapted from Disney’s 1992 animated film and centuries-old folk tales, this musical continues its record-breaking run on Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theatre, and since opening there in March 2014, nine subsequent productions have launched around the world, including over 1,200 performances at the Prince Edward Theatre in London’s West End.
Aladdin features the timeless songs from the animated film, as well as new music by Tony, Olivier, Grammy and eight-time Acadamy Award winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, Newsies, Sister Act), lyrics by two-time Academy Award winner Howard Ashman (Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid), three-time Tony and three-time Academy Award winner Tim Rice (The Lion King, Evita, Aida).
Group rates are venue specific, with more information available at www.aladdinthemusical.co.uk