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Family pantomime Aladdin will be on stage in Bromley this year

PUBLISHED: 13:23 27 August 2015 | UPDATED: 13:23 27 August 2015

Aladdin.

Aladdin.

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It will be at the Churchill Theatre.

Magical family pantomime Aladdin will be performed in Bromley later this year.

The colourful production tells the story of young Aladdin, who is granted three wishes after he finds a magic lamp and unleashes the genie who has been locked inside.

He falls in love with Princess Jasmine, and uses his wishes to try and improve his fortunes and win her hand in marriage.

But trouble ensues for Aladdin when the evil Abanazar tries to gain some of the genie’s magical powers for himself.

Featuring extravagant costumes, colourful sets, songs and dancing, the production aims to be fun for all the family.

Luke Roberts, from children’s TV show Cartoonito, will be taking on the role of the protagonist Aladdin.

Scott Maslen, who is well-known for his roles as Jack Branning in BBC soap EastEnders and DS Phil Hunter in former ITV police drama The Bill, will be reprising his role as the villainous Abanazar – which he also played last year.

The pair will be joined on stage by Milkshake’s Jen Pringle, who will be playing Princess Jasmine, and songwriter, pianist and actor Bobby Crush, who will be taking on the iconic role of Widow Twankey.

Aladdin will be performed at the Churchill Theatre from November 27 to January 3 at various times.

For more details about the show, or to book tickets, y call the box office on 0844 8717 620 or alternatively you can visit www.atgtickets.com/bromley.

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