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The Capitol Horsham

Aladdin Relaxed Performance

Aladdin Relaxed Performance

Details Information

 Brought to you by The Capitol, this year’s production will be directed by Zoë Waterman and written by Morgan Brind. We can’t wait to welcome you for the biggest production of our year, so join us as our family adventure takes flight!

This is a signed performance. It is intended specifically to be accepting and sensitive to those who may benefit from a relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with Autistic Spectrum Conditions, individuals with sensory or communication disorders or learning disabilities. Free tickets for Carers are available for this performance through our Assisted Access Scheme. For more information, please email

Toby Miles (Les Misérables & Mamma Mia!) plays Aladdin 

Rosie Cava-Beale (The Bodyguard UK Tour) as Princess Amirah,

Pantomime legend Dan Smith as Widow Twankey,

Siobhan Athwal (Viva Forever) as Genie of the Ring, 

Emma Ralston (Wind in The Willows) as Frankie Twankey,

Antony Reed (Kinky Boots and Charlie and The Chocolate Factory) as Sultan  

Cavin Cornwall (most recently seen at Sadlers Wells in Singin’ In The Rain) as Abanazar.

The ensemble will be made up of Yamit Salazar, Stephanie Martin, Sarafina Doussay and James Ashton as well as a carefully selected troupe of local Horsham children playing the juvenile chorus.

Schools performances - Tuesday 7th & 8th December - please follow this link to separate webpage: 


Family tickets comprise 1 adult & 3 children or 2 adults & 2 children and can be booked online. Add 4 tickets to your basket, amend the ticket type to child and select the number of tickets required. The discount will be applied automatically.

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Tickets & Prices

  • Tue 14 Dec 5:00 PM £24.50 Capitol Theatre Relaxed

    For audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabilities.

    House lights left up, sound level kept down and less pops and bangs are just a few ways the show/screening is adapted to help reduce anxiety.

    These performances/screenings are open to all, but we ask audience members to be mindful of the needs of others to move around freely and make involuntary noise.

Tue 14 Dec