The Prince of Egypt will return to the West End in open-ended run
The DreamWorks musical is now available to book through September 2021.
Taking the West End by storm earlier this year, The Prince of Egypt musical, based on the hit 1998 DreamWorks film, has announced that it will return to its home at the Dominion Theatre in London's West End at the end of this year. Performances are scheduled to begin on 2nd November 2020, pending coronavirus reopening guidelines from the UK government.
The show's producers also announced the show's reopening will mark the beginning of an open-ended run, with tickets initially available through 4th September 2021. Tickets for this new booking period will be available from Monday 29th June at 10AM.
Based on the acclaimed animated film, The Prince of Egypt tells the classic Biblical story of Moses. The show features a score by Stephen Schwartz, who wrote songs for the original movie as well, and the opening West End cast included Liam Tamne (The Light in the Piazza), Luke Brady (Sweeney Todd), and Christine Allado (Hamilton).
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