T1708675415 (ALBANY18)When street rat Aladdin frees a genie from a lamp, he finds his wishes granted. However, he soon finds that the evil Jafar has other plans for the lamp -- and for Princess Jasmine. But can Aladdin save Princess Jasmine and his love for her after she sees that he isn't quite what he appears to be? Come and join our fabulous Year 6 and Year 5 children as they perform this wonderful story through song, dance and drama.Presented bySacred Heart Catholic Primary School.
|10 Jul 18||Albany Theatre, Coventry :: V01930235589|
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T037109113 (EPSTEIN14)Presented byEpstein Theatre. Presented byLHK Productions. Performer Kirtis Stacey (Aladdin). Performer Leanne Campbell (Slave of the Ring). Performer Michael Chapman (Widow Twanky). Performer Laura Gregory (Princess Jasmine). Performer Joe Cawley (Abanazer). Performer Amanda Harrington (guest appearance Genie).
|15 Apr 14 to 21 Apr 14||Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537|
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T0561700335 (SQCHAP11)This colourful tale from the Arabian Nights is set in the Middle East: a place of mystery, enchantment and strange, mythical creatures. A poor street boy falls hopelessly in love with a Royal Princess. What magic would he need just to see her again? Follow his wild and dangerous adventures as he gets caught up in excitement way beyond his control. Does the lamp still exist or is it just a dream that we each follow? Aladdin by Indigo Moon Theatre is told through Giant Shadow theatre a traditional art form, centuries old, brought into the 21st Century with original music by Haviel Perdana. Saving the best till the end... Indigo Moon Theatre will reveal their own special magic of light and shadow for families to try at home. How do they make the puppets move, grow and disappear in a flash? Find out more about this inspirational and accessible art form after the show. Running time: 50mins + Age 4+Company Indigo Moon Theatre.
|11 Nov 12||Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury :: V0465778148|
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|13 Oct 11||Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640|
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|11 Oct 11||Lemon Tree, Aberdeen :: V587|
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|1 Jun 11||Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington :: V563|
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|29 May 11||Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226|
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T0482614191 (LTTLEANGEL11)This colourful tale from the Arabian Nights is set in the Middle East: a place of mystery, enchantment and strange, mythical creatures. Large scale contemporary Shadow Puppet theatre tells of a poor street boy who falls hopelessly in love with a Royal Princess. What magic would he need just to see her again? Follow his wild and dangerous adventures as he gets caught up in excitement way beyond his control.
|19 Oct 11 to 23 Oct 11||Little Angel Theatre, Inner London :: V209|
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T0615333865 (WYP10)How to tell the story of the lamp? You need a hero, a baddie and a heroine. An idle boy who has nothing at all, and a beautiful girl who has everything. Aladdin is a bit of a worry as the hero. He’s notreally what you’d call, well, brave, or handsome, or even that clever. And the Princess might be just a little spoilt. But a baddie we can do, and a Mum who takes in washing, and a King who’ll do anything for his daughter and there’s a genie and a lorry load of lamps. So let’s get on and tell the story of Aladdin and how he came to find the magical lamp! Following the success of last year’s Cinderella and their previous tales of The Snow Queen and Beauty and the Beast, writer Mike Kenny and Director Gail McIntyre have created the perfect antidote to panto for children aged 4 and above. Just be careful what you wish for!Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Author Mike Kenny. Director Gail McIntyre. Design Barney George. Music Ivan Stott. Sound Ivan Stott. Lighting Tim Skelly. Performer Gregory Bartlett (Aladdin). Performer Ivan Stott. Performer Simon Kerrigan. Performer Katie Matthews (Mum). Performer Jenny Fitzpatrick (Princess). Performer Rew Lowe (Genie).
|3 Dec 10 to 15 Jan 11||Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977|
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T1322351249 (THELLI10)Producer New Directions Youth Academy.
|8 Jul 10 to 9 Jul 10||Theatr Elli, Llanelli :: V819|
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T927902050 (ALNWICK08)The youngest members of the Playhouse Youth Theatre present this adaptation of the Disney classic cartoon with all their infectious enthusiasm. With colourful characters including a comic genie. and Tim Rice and Alan Menken’s upbeat music (including ‘A Whole New World’ and ‘Friend Like Me’), this promises to be an exciting and vibrant show.Company Playhouse Youth Theatre.
|11 Nov 08 to 12 Nov 08||Playhouse, Alnwick :: V1176|
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T0282156942 (COLCHESTERART08)Company Bangers and Mash Theatre.
|19 Apr 08||Arts Centre, Colchester :: V1044|
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T0200246259 (HAVANT06)Julius Stentorian Ffitch's small troupe of itinerant optimists struggle through the winter of 1905, to earn their meagre crust by attempting to recreate the exotic Orient, night after night, in makeshift theatres across the extremities of rural Britain. With only the most rudimentary theatrical equipment to help them, they rely on their own skill, imagination and charisma to see them through. This multi-layered entertainment exudes all the rough-and-ready charm of early music hall, but never skimps on transformation scenes, musical interludes and of course, women in breeches! Guaranteed to send shivers down your spine!Company Miracle Theatre Company. Performer Rosie Hughes (Mrs Isadora Ffitch as Princess Balroubadour). Performer Tom Adams (Mr Edward Carter as Mrs Gossamer Twanky). Performer Jo Bowis (Miss Julie Diamond as Aladdin). Performer Dominic Power (Mr Julius Stentorian Ffitch as the Grand Vizier). Performer Benjamin Dyson (Mr Danvers J. Twain as Abanazar).
|17 Feb 06||Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068|
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And the Disappearing Princess - T1747631878Performer Frazer Hines. Performer Nick Denney. Performer David Griffin.
|16 Dec 03 to 24 Jan 04||New Theatre Royal, Lincoln :: V442|
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T273616013 (LIBLUTON03)Down in Old Peking, not much washing is being done at Widow Twanky's Chinese Laundry. Aladdin is out in the market watching the royal procession of Princess Balroubador. It isn't long before he's met by the wicked Abanazer who makes him an offer he can't refuse - it involves a magic door, a hidden cave and a wonderful lamp. Age 5+Company Lanternfish Theatre Company.
|22 Nov 03||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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|15 Nov 03||The Library Theatre, Luton :: V02027386231|
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T0937324063 (PRESTO02)A light-hearted pantomime based on one of the 'Tales of the Arabian Nights' brought to life by half-life-size rod puppets.Company Presto Puppets.
|15 Nov 03||The Radlett Centre, Radlett :: V1098|
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|1 Nov 03||Southport Arts Centre, Southport :: V542|
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|5 Aug 03||Darwen Library Theatre, Darwen :: V1588247755|
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|21 Dec 02 to 22 Dec 02||Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839|
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|15 Dec 02||Daneside Theatre, Congleton :: V469|
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|5 Dec 02 to 7 Dec 02||Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield :: V425|
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T698038509 (JACK03)Scotland's only shadow puppetry company presents its colourful adaptation of Aladdin's magical adventures. When Aladdin agrees to help an evil magician retrieve a magic lamp from a dark and frightening cave little does he know how exciting his life will become.Company Jack O'Lantern.
|8 Apr 03||Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline :: V1112|
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T140750952 (PURVES02)Come and see Aladdin performed like you've never seen it before! Aladdin is the son of a very poor family living in Baghdad. One day he meets his long lost uncle, Abanazar, and so begins an adventure full of magic, wonderful surprises and fantastic scenes. Meet three funny mice called Bibbity, Bobbity and Boo - who help Aladdin on his journey to rescue Princess Yasmin. See fantastic special effects throughout this great production. Age 7 +. Running time 1hr 30mins (including 15 min interval)Company Purves Puppets.
|2 Feb 03 to 3 Feb 03||Rosehill Theatre, Whitehaven :: V9|
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|17 Dec 02 to 18 Dec 02||Hafren (formerly Theatre Hafren), Newtown :: V852|
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T1215397834 (BAC02)Using an ancient Middle Eastern version of the text of Aladdin, they will take your imagination on a walk to Baghdad and back. The company leaves an oily path of magical transformations, shadows, puppetry and authentic music to create something totally original, fairly naughty, and extremely slippery. Age 5-11 years.Producer BAC. Producer Cambridge Drama Centre. Company Indefinite Articles. Performer Steve Tiplady.
|10 Dec 02 to 15 Dec 02||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
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T943708690 (PRKKO02)A colourful and faithful telling of the popular story from The 1001 Arabian Nights. The play is performed with beautifully painted and dressed puppets and a lively and engaging Genie, played by the puppeteer in costume and mask. It is imaginatively staged, with a lavish palace, mysterious cave and a wicked magician from Morocco...on his magic carpet.Performer Stephen Novy. Company Pekko Puppets.
|20 Apr 02||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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|25 Nov 09 to 28 Nov 09||Warehouse Theatre, Outer London :: V304|
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|16 Dec 08 to 17 Dec 08||The Albany, Outer London :: V294|
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