Aladdin Cast

Theatre goers can get a taste of Arabia and experience a whole new world from the comfort of the Palace Theatre.

Audiences can join the Palace Youth Theatre (PYT) after a fantastic two weeks of rehearsals, to see them perform their summer school production and firm family favourite, Disney’s Aladdin (JR).

Made famous with its recent run on the west end and based on the iconic animated 1992 film, Aladdin (JR) transports the audience to the streets of Agrabah, a city of enchantment, and home to Aladdin the “Street Rat”, where every beggar has a story and every camel has a tail!

When hero Aladdin meets Jasmine, a beautiful and plucky princess, he is determined to win her heart. With the one rub of a forgotten, dusty old lamp he discovers the genie and uses magic to become a prince in order to marry his princess. Obstacles, however, wait at every turn and it will take all of his wit, cunning and courage to triumph over the evil schemes of Jafar and win Jasmine’s hand in marriage.

Audience members can re-join their favourite Disney characters including Jafar, the Genie, Jasmine and of course our hero Aladdin in this musical adventure filled with magic, mayhem and the power of love.

Lizzi Tabberer, Youth Theatre and Arts Officer for Redditch Borough Council, said: “We’re extremely excited that we’re able to put on the Disney version of this show and we have an amazing, talented cast who are working really hard to put on a fantastic show. Whether you want to relive some childhood nostalgia or you’re seeing Aladdin for the first time, this show is guaranteed to capture a magical place in your heart so book your tickets today.

There will be two showings of Aladdin JR next Saturday (12th) at 2:30pm and 7:30pm. Tickets cost £12.00* and £10.00* (disc) or £35.00* (family ticket) which are *inclusive of booking fee of £1 per ticket up to a maximum of £4.

The show is suitable for all ages.

To book tickets contact the Palace Theatre on 01527 65203, book online or pop into the box office. (Back row L - R) Lewis Barber as Jafar, Becky Exley as Genie, Beth Gibbs as Jasmine and (front) Harvey Forbes as Aladdin