- Journey back to Ancient Egypt this autumn at the Dominion Theatre’s brand new DreamWorks musical, The Prince Of Egypt.
- This new West End musical boasts some of Broadway’s biggest stars, including Luke Brady as Moses, a script by Disney’s Philip LaZebnik and music and lyrics by Wicked’s Stephen Schwartz.
- Featuring everyone’s favourite The Prince Of Egypt songs, such as the smash hit ‘When You Believe’ originally sung by Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, this mesmerising musical is sure to have the whole family singing along.
Already a beloved Disney movie, DreamWorks London is taking The Prince of Egypt to the West End stage at the Dominion Theatre. In one of the most highly-anticipated new musicals in London, you’ll not only be transported to the shimmery lights of the West End but to the wonders of Ancient Egypt. Follow two young brothers whose privileged paths suddenly become divided, as their secret past leads each to a whole new destiny. With one facing a future as Pharaoh and the other on a quest of freedom and identity, The Prince of Egypt musical will take your family on a wondrous journey that will change history forever.
Musical theatre’s top stars come together to form The Prince Of Egypt’s cast, from Luke Brady of Sweeney Todd and Liam Tamne from The Phantom of the Opera to Christine Allado and Alexia Khadime from the likes of Hamilton, Wicked and The Lion King. The Prince Of Egypt is based on the dazzling DreamWorks film of the same name and features the Academy Award-winning song ‘When You Believe’, whose powerful lyrics touched hearts worldwide. The song became a global hit for both Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, not to mention a winner’s single for The X Factor UK, and has made The Prince Of Egypt’s soundtrack one of Broadway’s best. Written by Philip LaZebnik, who we can thank for Disney’s Mulan and Pocahontas, The Prince Of Egypt is set to leave audiences in awe.
What to know before you go
- As well as daily 7.30pm evening performances, matinee performances of The Prince Of Egypt will run on Thursdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm.
- There are plenty of places to eat near to the Dominion Theatre on Tottenham Court Road. Older kids and teens will love the trendy Seven Dials Market eclectic food court nearby, or grab one of Shake Shack’s infamous burgers next door to the theatre.
- The Dominion Theatre is accessible from street level and has disabled toilet access.
- Access seating is available, as well as captioned, audio described and BSL interpreted performances.
- Aim to arrive 30-40 minutes before the show starts.
- Children under 5 cannot be admitted to the theatre. This show is recommended for ages 7+.
- Disabled access parking is available nearby, but it can get pricey and very busy so we recommend arriving by public transport where possible.
- The Dominion Theatre is directly above Tottenham Court Road Tube station, served by the Central and Northern lines.
- Buses 10, 19, 25, 38, 55, 78, 93 and 390 stop nearby on Oxford Street, as well as 14, 24, 29, 38, 134 and 176 on Tottenham Court Road.