Visiting Show

L’Arche London Drama Group present Aladdin and The Magic Lamp

Date: 18 Dec 2023

Time: 19:30 - 21:00

Where: SLT Fire Station

Ages: All

Price: £8.00

L’Arche London Drama Group present Aladdin and The Magic Lamp

Come and see L’Arche London Drama Group’s lively interpretation of Aladdin. Enjoy dance, humour, participative music and fun. People with and without learning disabilities will recreate the story of the young boy, Aladdin, who goes through danger and adventure to win his beloved princess. Watch out for a nasty parrot and his evil master, magic genies, a magic carpet, a magic lamp and a magic ring. You have heard the story of Aladdin, but not like this!

Suitable for all, including families.

Doors Open: 7pm

1.5 hours. Timings include a 15 minute interval.

DIRECTOR: Laura Blundo

Narrator – Hazel Bradley
Aladdin - Jason Brockwell
Aladdin’s mother - Maria Scozzari
Alin – Danny Roberts
Iago (the parrot) – Emma Langaas
The Genie of the Ring - Jack Ridgman
The Magic Carpet - Amy Catton
The Genie of the Lamp - William Irvine
Jasmine - Roxanne McDonald-Johnson
The Sultan / Dancer - Vincenzo Scozzari
The Queen - Veronica Linehan
Potato Seller / The Sultan’s Guard 1: – Antonio Estay
The Sultan’s Guard 2: Derek Williams
Jasmine’s Handmaid / Waiter 1 - Lala Aliyeva
Fish Seller / Waiter 2 - Pesh Tumuhimbise

About L’Arche and the London Drama Group

We believe that people with learning disabilities have much to teach us and contribute to the world. During the last fifty years, we have learnt that one of the best ways to enable this is by creating Communities with a culture of shared lives between people with and without learning disabilities, from which we can work together to build a more human society.

At L’Arche we celebrate people with learning disabilities and build circles of support around them. We go beyond supporting people’s basic needs to attend to their emotional and spiritual lives, too. It is this focus on building relationships and cultivating a sense of belonging that makes us different from other service providers.

Our Drama Group represents many of those from our London community who find joy in performance art and prop-making. The group meets weekly and has brought their performances to Churches, Theatres and Conferences across London and the UK. Their last performances were the Musicians of Bremen at Stanley Arts and The Story of Creation at St James’s Piccadilly. You can see more about the group in this video:

Book Tickets
Poster showing a cartoon version of five characters, including a gene coming out of a lamp