Aladdin, Prince Edward Theatre.

A week ago I went to London for my birthday to see one of the most amazing performances I’ve ever seen. It was a singing, dancing sensation. Full and glamour, jewels and full of sparkle. The show was glamorous, energetic and such fun.


Disneys Aladdin was my childhood favourite film. I had all of the dolls, soft toys and kitchen wear. So this was the perfect birthday gift for me.


I wore a blue off the shoulder dress similar to the colour Jasmine wears. And wore my Aladdin themed necklace brought from It was a birthday present off my sister, I was over the moon with it.


We stayed close to Prince Edward Theatre. We were only a short walk away which was perfect. We arrived at the theatre thirty minutes early enabling us to buy a drink, find our seats and visit the merchandise stall. (My favourite!). I buy a programme from every show I see so that was a must. There were two programmes a big one with pictures and a small one with information. I brought both. I also collect magnets from places I visit so when I saw the golden lamp I had to have that one. And finally there was an offer which consisted of a canvas bag, fleece blanket, mug and jasmine tea, so I brought that also.


We sat in the front row in the Dress Circle in seats A20 and A21. We had plenty of leg room and the seats were very comfortable. As the show started I felt like a child I was so excited. I had the biggest smile on my face. The music and singing was amazing, the dancing was brilliant, the costumes were absolutely beautiful and the little twists were great and worked well.

My favourite scene was when Aladdin entered the cave of wonders. The stage background was spectacular. Flashing lights, smoke, fireworks and lots of gold! This is when we got to meet the Genie played by Trevor Dion Nicholas. He was brilliant! Such a great performer. He sung, danced and was very comical. He defiantly lived up to the role.

Another magical moment was Aladdin and Jasmine flying on the magic carpet through the night sky. “Wow” is all I could say. Truly beautiful moment.

Overall the performance was spectacular. It’s a must see show and I’d highly recommend it to everyone. I would love to go and see it again!.


All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Author: seasidelivingwithaturtleandunicorn

Our interests are making, creating, cooking and baking. We love woodland walks and days on the beach. We have a keen interest for wildlife especially birds and sea life. I'll introduce us, my name is Mia, originally from Birmingham but moved to Cornwall in 2014. I'm in the healthcare profession, and also fully qualified in hair, beauty and nails. I'm a home bird, and love spending time with my family. I enjoy crafting, scrap booking, and creating memory box frames. I also love to cook and bake, trying out new recipes. I especially like Italian food or anything with garlic! Yum. My favourite colour is blue and I love dragonflies. I love Disney films especially Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast. (Me and my partner compare ourselves to Beauty and the Beast and also Lady and the Tramp... haha we do love each other really!) ❤️👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 My sons name is Kane, he loves the ninja turtles, swimming, bike rides, bowling, baking, kinder eggs and collecting blind bags. His dislikes are many foods such as crisps and vegetables (anything with a colour to it really, very fussy eater) He was born in Birmingham in March 2011. 💙🐢 My daughters name is Esmé, she is a tiny baby born in Cornwall in July 2017. Her interests so far are milk, and her light up neighing unicorn. Her dislikes are being woken up and baths. 💜🦄

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