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About The Prince Edward Theatre
Right in the heart of London’s Soho district, the Prince Edward theatre is one of the West End’s biggest, seating 1618 people over three levels: the stalls, dress circle and upper circle. Built in the 1930s, the Prince Edward is characteristic of the Art Deco style. In its 80-year history it has undergone countless refurbishments but it still retains its original charm and glamour.
Audience Latest Reviews
Worth to see it once!
The show was very good overall. I saw this musical also in Japan. The setting was almost the same and the casts were wonderful. If I had only one thing to say, Genie's act was splendid without a doubt but Jamine and Aladdin voices did not perfectly match. Aladdin voice did not have one of those musical long, stretching sound. But I enjoyed it very much! Kyota, 19 Sep 2016
Though the cast is spectacular (especially the genie) and despite some truly incredible scenes, the production felt a little bit rushed and low key during the other scenes.
Nevertheless, this is a show that you should see and you'll have a good time. The actor playing the genie is incredibly talented and you shouldn't miss the show if only to see his scenes !! Ted, 19 Sep 2016
An excellent night out
A brilliant show ... comes highly recommended to anyone! Thomas, 19 Sep 2016
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