Monday, 26 September 2016

Aladdin's Dean John-Wilson Guest Stars with Shoshana Bean at The Singer's Lounge

Dean John-Wilson as Aladdin, Photo by Deen Van Meer
Fresh from his own solo concert last month Aladdin star Dean John-Wilson will be supporting Broadway's Shoshana Bean in her solo concert at Covent Garden's The Singer's Lounge this Sunday evening!  Also supporting will be West End and Broadway star Ramin Karimloo.

Having seen both Dean and Ramin live and having watch some of Shoshana's Defying Gravity performances on YouTube I can safely say that tickets for this event are an absolute steal!  Three phenomenal voices for just £18, that's the best value for money you're ever gonna get in London!

If you're in London this weekend you can get your tickets right here!  But be fast as there's not many left and it's sure to be an incredible evening!

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Aladdin Comes to Once Upon a Time TONIGHT!


Now here's a day I never thought would come!  Tonight ABC's Once Upon a Time begins it's sixth season and Aladdin is finally making his debut on the show!!

Thank God for Netflix as I can legally watch the show tomorrow, less than 24 hours after it airs in the US!  I've loved this show since the beginning and can't wait to see my favourite Disney character join the cast!

And then in episode 4 a certain Disney Princess will be making her debut played by none other than Galavant's Karen David!  Oh how I wish OUAT could do a musical number right now!!


Here's a little tease at what's in store tonight;



Never thought I'd be happy for it to get to Monday!  CAN'T WAIT!!!!!

Michael James Scott Talks with Studio 10

Michael James Scott as Genie, Photo by Deen Van Meer

I feel like I've not posted enough about Australia's Aladdin and it's well past time that changed!  Earlier this month Michael James Scott was on Australia's Studio 10 morning show talking about the show, seeing Australia and bringing the Genie to life!

Check it out right here!


Courtney Reed Talks Gagged Chokers with Big City Little Blog


As part of New York City Fashion Week, Disney Style invited several fashion bloggers to a special performance of Broadway's Aladdin (and why not, the costumes in the show are absolutely gorgeous!)

After the show the guests got a chance to meet the cast and discuss the show.  During the Q&A Big City Little Blog got a chance to sit down with Courtney Reed to discuss her newly launched Gagged Chokers brand and you can read all about it at their blog right here!

It's always great hearing from Courtney and if you want a choker of your own make sure you use the discount code at the bottom of the interview!

JMI Talks Aladdin and Freestyles with Deja Vu


It's always a treat to hear James do a bit of Freestyle and talk about Aladdin.  Just listening to him speak you can tell how much he loves this show and bringing the Genie to life on Broadway.

Here he is chatting with WBLS's Deja Vu about Aladdin, how he got into musical theatre and his love of Freestyle;


Vote for Trev as Best West End Debut!

Trevor Dion Nicholas as Genie, Photo by Deen Van Meer
As Aladdin's magical Genie Trevor Dion Nicholas spends his nights bringing audiences' wishes to life, now you can help make his wish come true.

Trevor has been nominated for West End Frame's Best West End Debut 2016 and you can vote for him right now!

So please vote for Trev and help him bring home this well deserved reward!  Follow the link above, voting is open until 3pm (GMT) on Wednesday 28th September and the winner will be announced on Thursday!

Good luck Trev!!

And if you want to learn a bit more about Trev check out his recent interview with What's On Stage where he reveals his favourite show tunes!

London's Aladdin Wins Best New Musical!

Award Winning Original Cast of London's Aladdin, Photo by @AladdinLondon

Talk about ending the week on a high note!

Massive congratulations to the entire cast, crew and creative team of London's Aladdin who this week won their first award, bringing home LastMinute.com's Musical Theatre Award for Best New Show!

Hopefully this is just the start of great things to come as we head towards the West End's award season.