The Prince of Egypt musical extends West End run, reopens ticket booking
| By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
What is the Prince of Egypt musical about?
The West End production of The Prince of Egypt, which made its London premiere earlier this year, is set to deliver us from our musical theatre withdrawals caused by the current world situation. The production has announced today that the hit show is now back on sale and booking until 4 September 2021 at the Dominion Theatre.
The newly announced extension will ensure that as many theatregoers as possible will be able to witness the glory of this spectacular musical. Ticketholders for performances that were due to take place this summer and who were not already refunded will now have the option to exchange their tickets for a new date if they wish to do so.
The Prince of Egypt The Musical is based on the 1998 blockbuster film of the same name by DreamWorks Animation and tells of the biblical tale of Moses and his brother Ramses, who clash when Moses decides to deliver his people from the shackles of slavery and lead them across the Red Sea to freedom.
Who is starring in The Prince of Egypt musical cast in London?
The Prince of Egypt West End cast stars Luke Brady as Moses, Liam Tamne as Ramses, Adam Pearce as Hotep, Alexia Khadime as Miriam, Christine Allado as Tzipporah, Debbie Kurup as Queen Tuya, Gary Wilmot as Jethro, Joe Dixon as Seti, Tanisha Spring as Nefertari, Silas Wyatt-Barke as Aaron.
How long does The Prince of Egypt musical last in London?
The running time for The Prince of Egypt is approximately 2 hours and 38 minutes including an interval.
What songs are in The Prince of Egypt musical?
Musical numbers in Act I of The Prince of Egypt include "Deliver Us", "Faster", "One Weak Link", "Footprints on the Sand", "Seti's Return", "Dance to the Day", "All I Ever Wanted", "Make It Right", "Moses in the Desert", "Through Heaven's Eyes", "Never in a Million Years".
Act II of The Prince of Egypt features the songs "Return to Egypt", "Always On Your Side", "Simcha", "The Plagues", "For the Rest of My Life", "Heartless", and "When You Believe", the last song of which was famously performed by two pop divas: Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, who helped the movie score an Academy Award® for Best Original Song in 1999.
Is The Prince of Egypt musical any good?
The West End production of The Prince of Egypt has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from both audiences and critics alike. Many have likened the musical to the grandeur of such powerhouse Disney musicals as The Lion King and Aladdin and have praised Stephen Schwartz's breathtaking score and Ann Hould-Ward's fabulous and extravagant costume design — all in all a visual and audial feast.
How to get the best The Prince of Egypt musical West End tickets?
The best seats at the Dominion Theatre in London are located in the Stalls, as this seating area is well-raked and offers impeccable views of the stage. Seats located at the ends of rows are a good value and will give you an entirely unrestricted view despite being slightly angled.
Get an insightful overview of The Prince of Egypt seating plan when you try London Theatre Direct's safe and secure booking system. Our interactive seating map takes all the guesswork out for you and informs you of price bands and potentially restricted views to help you make informed decisions and bag the best tickets.
The Prince of Egypt UK musical back on sale!
Amazing things can happen when you believe! It has been announced that ticket booking for the acclaimed new London production of The Prince of Egypt The Musical has been reopened. Tickets can now be purchased for performances from Monday, 2 November 2020 until Saturday, 4 September 2021 beginning at £24.