Birmingham Royal Ballet - Aladdin
David Bintley’s magical tale of love, trickery and triumph.
A run-in with Palace guards leads young tearaway Aladdin into a whirlwind of adventure and romance, involving unbelievable riches, love at first sight, treachery, and of course a magic lamp, and all that it contains...
Aladdin boasts choreography by the creator of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s brilliant Cinderella and music by Carl Davis, composer of the Company’s Cyrano and numerous well-known television scores including Pride and Prejudice and Cranford.
'Elaborate and splendid' The Asahi Shimbun
★★★★ The Daily Telegraph
"A delightful family show' The Daily Telegraph
'A full-blown piece of three-act splendour' The Daily Telegraph
Supported (2013) by the Garfield Weston Foundation, The John Ellerman Foundation, the estate of Margery Bremner and the estate of Pamela Green.
Aladdin is a co-production with Houston Ballet Foundation.
Photo: Richard Battye. Image designs: The Lift Creative Services.
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