Aladdin Jr – St Ives Theatre
Spring Bank Holiday 2017
29, 30, 31 May 2017
1, 2 June 2017
7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 August 2017
Let us transport you to exotic lands where the Genie’s magic spells help Aladdin beat the villainous Jafar and his parrot Iago, as he fights to win the hand of Princess Jasmine. Based on the iconic animated film, this show will take you on a magical ride filled with romance and adventure.
Ticket prices for all shows
Stalls: Adults £11.00
Children (14 and under) £8.00
Family stalls (2 adults and 2 children) £36.00
Balcony: All seats £12.00
Family balcony (2 adults and 2 children) £46.00
Groups: buy 10 tickets, get the 11th ticket free
All shows 7.30pm at St Ives Theatre
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- The energy is super-charged and top-notch production values mean that yet again, these youngsters put other professional productions in the shade, with every cast member giving it their all – and a live (yes, live!) band makes this an incredible evening’s entertainment and great value for money. It was clear that everyone performing and watching loved every minute, and we couldn’t wait to join the well-deserved standing ovation.
Audience member, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Summer 2014)
- I brought my daughter to see Disney’s The Little Mermaid last week, first time I’d been to a Kidz R Us show and I absolutely loved it! (As did she of course!) We were completely spellbound the whole show and she is still talking about it a week later (she’s three so that’s no small compliment!). The children in the show were fabulous, such confidence and stage presence! A massive, massive well done and thank you for a wonderful show.
Audience member, Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Summer 2014)
- My son and I have just seen tonight’s performance of Grease and we both loved it – we couldn’t help but sing along. As we left and walked up the road, we listened to what others were saying about the show, and everyone was saying: ‘fantastic’, ‘best show so far’, ‘the singing was amazing’, ‘very talented youngsters’.
Audience member, Grease (Summer 2014)