Disney's Aladdin Musical

Disney's Aladdin Musical in Hamburg, Germany

Disney's Aladdin Musical

Approaching 1001 successful nights: since 2015, the musical version of Disney’s Aladdin has been drawing fans to Hamburg’s Neue Flora theatre.

Disney's Aladdin Musical

An oversized, elegantly curved oil lamp above the main entrance of Hamburg’s Neue Flora Theatre heralds the magic to come: by entering the venue, audiences are transported to the fictional Middle Eastern city of Agrabah. The city’s domes and minarets pose the background for a class-transcending love story straight out of Arabian Nights. A spectacular stage production, colourful costumes and music by Academy Award-winning composer Alan Menken make up the longstanding musical hit show. Based on the 1992 Disney movie, Aladdin premiered in Seattle in 2011. By way of Toronto, Tokyo and an immensely successful Broadway production, the musical has been drawing crowds of musical fans to the prestigious Neue Flora theatre since 2015.   

The story of Disney’s Aladdin is as timeless as it is easy to follow — even without German language proficiency: in an Oriental world of magic, young Aladdin is granted three wishes by a Genie, which he uses to court Princess Jasmine, overcome the scheming villain Jafar and, eventually, release his spectral friend from his oil lamp prison.     


Tue — Sun (closed 24 December)

Performance times

Mon — Tue: 6:00 p.m.
Wed — Fri: 8:00 p.m.
Sat: 3:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
Sun: 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.

Getting there

S11/21/31 trains to Holstenstraße

For more information see the official Aladdin Musical page (German only). 

Disney's Aladdin Musical