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The Prince of Egypt Tickets

London Musical
The Prince of Egypt is finally coming to London!
Journey through the wonders of Ancient Egypt as two young men, raised together as brothers in a kingdom of privilege, find themselves suddenly divided by a secret past. One must rule as Pharaoh, the other must rise up and free his true people; both face a destiny that will change history forever. The Prince of Egypt will begin a 32-week engagement at the Dominion Theatre 5 February 2020. Tickets on sale 3 June 2019.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 (86 Reviews)
  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    Excellent musical and the dominion theatre is brilliant

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    Show was absolutely fantastic. Incredible artistry and the singing/dancing was fabulous. Would recommend to everybody.

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    I really liked the performance although there are few things about I would personally change, I would definitely recommend it to somebody else.

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    Amazing show!

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    For a preview performance it was fantastic i cant wait to see it again

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    To be able to see the first preview of such a highly anticipated show. Words can’t describe how happy the show made me. From the costumes to the dancing to the iconic songs, every bit of it was stunning with nothing left out. It made my heart so full to see one of my childhood movies come to life. Thank you all for your amazing work and making my first premier one I won’t forget!

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    A moving and powerful performance

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    A brief but hopefully helpful review, including spoilers... The staging was very well done, and the use of physical theatre with the lighting was clear but so cleverly done, really adding a lot to the spectacle. The performances, voices, and overall cast were magnificent, and I couldn't fault anyone. Some of the scenes were overcooked however, explaining more than was needed - for me it would have been a case of less is more. I was all ready to come out raving, recommending the show to everyone when suddenly the ending absolutely ruined it, changing the story (bible and film) to give it what I can only describe as a Disney ending). I wasn't the only one who felt this - I got caught up in conversations of other audience members as we left saying exactly the same thing, and a man in front of me even got up and left with 10 minutes or so left to go! The film worked so well in not giving the story a saccharine ending, and it's such a shame that so many wonderfully produced moments are now totally pushed back in my mind by such an astonishingly poor judgement at the end. It's my belief that the British press (who are obviously so fair minded!) will crucify the show based solely on having Moses and Ramses make up, hug, and then not have Pharaoh follow Moses into the Red Sea. This was a preview and maybe they have an alternate (original?) ending to try out. I truly hope so because this show was so close to being great, but left me holding my head in perplexity.

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    Amazing show, feels very new and fresh take on a much loved animated classic. Well done !!!

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    Well worth the journey from New York. This was a captivating show which gave the audience another viewpoint of this timeless story.

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    Amazing show with great choreography and stunning special effects. The first half dragged a bit and had a few scenes that were time consuming, could be substituted for mor won the plagues etc in the second half... definitely worth seeing!

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    I saw the 1st preview. It is an amazing show??????

  • Review Avatar Feb 6, 2020

    A stunning performance. Truly recreated the magic of watching the animation as a child. Brought back fond memories and created new memories to last a lifetime

  • Review Avatar Feb 7, 2020

    Opening night was fantastic. Really appreciated the director's speech beforehand emphasising how the show will evolve over its run via audience feedback. The cast put their hearts and souls into the performance - wonderful choreography and dancing; and behind the scenes the skills of the pyrotechnics, lighting, and sound teams shone. We're big fans of the animated movie and this was a very satisfying transfer to stage. Go see.

  • Review Avatar Feb 7, 2020

    Hard to sit through. Poor lines, poor acting, poor singing. The second act is better with some good female singing, Heartless being the surprising pleasant highlight of the show over Miracles.

  • Review Avatar Feb 7, 2020

    Show is lacking authenticity and wasn’t good enough For the west end

  • Review Avatar Feb 7, 2020

    Brilliant staging, and lights! actors and movement was the real gold mine of the performance! All the dance scenes and the cast becoming props or sets- was so so clever. Only dislike was I guess the change in plot with Ramses redemption, and the removal of “Big Boys”! Overall still a great experience

  • Review Avatar Feb 7, 2020

    The cast were amazing- the original songs left me tingling with emotion- such heart, such warmth- wonderful.

  • Review Avatar Feb 7, 2020

    the musical is a beautiful epic and intense exciting and extraordinary effects plan, it is one of the most beautiful shows ever seen. the only note is that 2020 is not acceptable that the electronic ticket cannot be used and the ticket must be printed. this is not only amazing but offensive. print 3000 tickets when everyone buys the reservation online. this could be easily avoided by saving paper thus avoiding impacts on the environment.

  • Review Avatar Feb 7, 2020

    The show was okay, the story of Moses is well known, nevertheless some parts seemed too compressed, rushed through in fact, the music was good but not thrilling, the stage setting was rather uneventful, boring actually, it could have been so much more spectacular considering the fact the location is Egypt at the time of pharao Ramses. Would I go and see it a second time? I wouldn‘t.