From the Middle Eastern original to the Disney classic, the story of Aladdin has been told in many ways over the years. But now it’s about to hit a whole new level. A bonkers new underground theatrical dining experience, Aladdin and The Feast of Wonders, opened this month in London, offering a fully immersive, grown-up panto that rolls a gastronomic banquet and glittering party into one big night.
And if this raucous re-imagining of Aladdin sounds up your street, plan ahead and book a train to London Paddington in advance to get the cheapest tickets for your journey.
Hop on a magic carpet and get lost on a sensory journey to a far-away marketplace in this awesome grown-up reimagining of Aladdin, debuting at The Vaults in London this winter. You’ll need to dress the part and arrive kitted out in your best street urchin garb or shimmering Sultan outfit. Once inside, you’ll weave through Scrubbers Lane and the widow’s launderette, via a sumptuous banquet in the Sultan’s Palace before dancing the night away at the fabulous Aladdin-themed street party.
From digging into a fantastical banquet of delicacies to sipping on themed cocktails as dazzling drag artists and cabaret performers bring the adventures of Agrabah to life around you, partygoers should expect the unexpected in this unforgettable evening of out-of-this-world entertainment.
Aladdin and The Feast of Wonders is booking until 15 January 2020. Ticket prices start from £35 per person and they’re selling out fast, especially in December! Find out more: thevaults.london/a-la-dine