Aladdin [CANCELLED] Tickets
New Amsterdam Theatre | Manhattan, New York
EVENT CANCELLED. Please contact your ticket point of purchase to claim a refund on your tickets.
Are you ready to experience the very finest in Broadway productions? Then the sensational New Amsterdam Theatre is your next step for enjoying unrivalled showmanship from your favorite theater companies. But not only this, you’ll also be able to find out what all the buzz is about, and see the show that was nominated for 5 Tony Awards and is smashing box office records! This venue in beautiful New York City, New York features carefully constructed sound engineering and lighting that keeps you engaged no matter where you are seated. You could come and see what all the buzz is about by clicking that Buy Tickets button today to see Aladdin live at the stunning New Amsterdam Theatre in New York City on Wednesday 8th September 2021.
This is just what you wished for! The hit Broadway musical Disney’s Aladdin, playing for you live at New Amsterdam Theatre in New York City on Wednesday 8th September 2021. “Pure genie-us!” says USA Today and, “Fabulous and extravagant!” Says The New York Times. Grasp your magic carpet and take flight to the Arabian city of Agrabah, a fully diverse city of noblemen, merchants and thieves. We disembark near the insignificant cut-throat brigand Aladdin, as he gets trapped in the evil plan by the Sultan's Grand Vizier, Jafar, who wants to usurp the throne and steal away the lovely Princess Jasmin for himself. Aladdin manages to free himself from the Cave of Wonder with a teeny bit of help from a magical Genie, then becomes the grand Prince Ali, to woo the gorgeous Princess Jasmin. The inconceivable happens and the horrible Jafar gets his hands on the lamp and whoever holds the lamp controls the Genie! Jafar becomes the new extraordinarily formidable sorcerer Sultan of Agrabah and steels away the exquisite Princess Jasmin for himself! How will Aladdin destroy the disgusting Grand vizier and save the gorgeous Princess Jasmin, or will this yarn end in tears and ruin for the city of Agrabah?