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Prince Edward Theatre

Disney's Aladdin has made a successful transfer to London Westend from Broadway and “landed triumphantly in London's West End" as quoted by Daily Telegraph. The musical adventure saga has been retold many times but you can relive the magic by catching the spell binding show at the Prince Edward Theatre. The show is adapted from the blockbuster Disney’s 1992 movie with the same name and features all the songs from the Academy Award-winning classic film.

Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is one of the largest London theatre owners with a portfolio of seven theatres and Prince Edward is also a part of them. The Prince Edward Theatre is owned and managed by the Delfont Mackintosh Theatres along with the Queen’s Theatre, the Prince of Wales Theatre. To recreate the glamour of 30s, they have refurbished the theatres in 2004 whereas Novello Theatre has been renovated in the year 2005 for the celebration of its centenary.

The huge company is also the owner of Wyndham and the renamed it as Noel Coward Theatre with the Gielgud completing the portfolio in March 2006. Delfont Mackintosh Theatres have done major restoration of these three theatres and also demonstrating their commitment towards the upgrading and improvement of all its theatres.

Year 1930 marked the debut of Prince Edward Theatre which was designed by Edward A. Stone. It was majorly named after the then Prince of Wales, who went on to become Edward VIII. Art deco style by Marc Henri and Laverdet has been done in the interior of the theatre with lavish usage of gold and shades of warm fuchsia. By 1935, Edward A. Stone transformed it into a dance and cabaret hall. It was renamed as “London Casino” which went on to be a huge commercial success. Unfortunately, during the World War II air raid in May 1941, it was badly damaged and the building lose all of its windows.

The hugely famous Prince Edward Theatre is positioned in the busy area of Soho, on Old Compton Street. Some of the popular tourist spots like Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden are located at a nearby distance whereas host of shops, bars and restaurants surround the theatre.


Venue Info

Address:
28 Old Compton St. London W1D 4HS

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