performances to date
1h 45m approximately (plus interval)
Minimum 5m, 4f, 8 either plus chorus
Written in collaboration with John Dowell.
The wicked Abanazer is seeking the magic lamp that contains the all-powerful Genie, so that he can rule the world, and is just steps away from succeeding! Is all hope lost? No! Help is at hand!
A family posse of wannabe heroes are here to foil Abanazer’s evil scheme!
The innocent local lad, Aladdin, his brother, the cheeky Wishee Washee and their fearsome mother,washerwoman Widow Twankey are ready to intervene and save the day!
Throw in a magic carpet, a mystical Slave of the Ring, the Emperor of China, a beautiful princess and a couple of inept police officers and you have all the ingredients for a fantastic tale and great entertainment.
Packed with songs, slapstick, silliness, comedy, audience participation for the whole family and all the fairytale magic of traditional pantomime!
Also available our short small cast version of Aladdin.
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Licensing: This script is published through Lazy Bee Scripts. To read the whole script online and to make an application to perform the show please visit Lazy Bee Scripts. Included with the script is a set of new lyrics to popular songs written especially for this production.
Thank you for your help with our production of ‘Aladdin’. It appears to have been a great success… We look forward to your next script as we are certainly interested…
‘Aladdin’ was a great success… we sold out for all our 5 performances and everyone loved it!
This was a great success for us. I had never directed a panto before, so the excellent structure and extensive notes were a blessing. We had a cast aged from 6 to 60+ and it worked really well. We staged it in a village hall with no space to spare and got an excellent result. I would certainly look to the TLC guys for future panto scripts.
It was a great script with lots of fun characters. All songs went down very well and the whole show was voted a huge success by performers and audience alike.We shall certainly return for another script…