Aladdin School Musical
  • Aladdin School Musical
  • Aladdin School Musical

Aladdin School Musical

Ages 9-13

Duration 70 mins (60 mins abridged)
Speaking Roles 33
Cast Size 20-60+
Ideal Cast Size 40

Hold on to your hats, you're off to Arabia in this uplifting adaptation of the timeless fable, Aladdin. From the writers of Pantastic comes A-la-la-la-la-laddin, an exhilarating musical for 9-13 year olds. 

Scroll down to the tabs below to listen to song clips, read the synopsis and script samples, and to view character information.

Click here to read a review of A-la-la-la-la-laddin by Music Teacher Magazine 

When idle Aladdin catches sight of beautiful Princess Zahra, he decides it is time to make something of his life. The convenient arrival of the mysterious sorcerer, Musharraf, seems too good to be true, offering him riches beyond his dreams in exchange for fetching a dusty old lamp from a dark cave. But appearances can be deceiving, as Aladdin is about to find out. 

With dozens of wonderful characters, ten memorable new songs (clips available to hear below) and an enthralling new story (synopsis available to read below), this Aladdin school musical will delight its young performers and offers the chance of a truly memorable production. 

A complimentary abridged version of the show (running time of 55 minutes) is also available and will be sent automatically when the full show is purchased. 

For a little extra, the editable Word.doc of the full script can also be purchased when the Book/CD pack and a performance or filming/streaming licence are bought. 

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  • Synopsis
  • Sample Scripts & Character Info
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Buying Options


Book & CD: Book includes full script, character list, curriculum-linked material, sheet music and lyrics. CD includes all songs recorded with children’s voices and full backing tracks.

Book & Digital Downloads: Book as above, with digital downloads that include MP3s of all of the songs and backing tracks, plus a PDF version of the full book. Where available, a complimentary pdf version of the abridged script is also included.


Primary Age Performance Licence: You need a performance licence to perform our show to anyone other than children and staff. Our primary age licences are simple - one price allows you to perform the show as many times as you like for a whole year. If you are a secondary school or your cast is 11+, please visit the A-la-la-la-la-laddin - Secondary

Filming/Streaming Licence: If you plan to film your performance and manufacture DVDs for distribution, stream content on an internet site or on social media, you will also need to purchase this licence.


The EDITABLE VERSION of the script in WORD format is not available as a stand-alone purchase. However, it can be purchased alongside one of the Pack options when a performance or filming/streaming licence is also purchased. It is an additional item (script only, no music or production information) and is not a substitute for the main resource.


When poor Aladdin catches sight of the beautiful Princess Zahra, he decides it is time to make something of his life. The timely arrival of the mysterious sorcerer, Musharraf, seems too good to be true, offering him riches beyond his dreams in exchange for fetching a dusty old lamp from a dark cave. But when Aladdin is trapped in the cave, it seems like the game is up. And for Princess Zahra, trapped in a life controlled by her father, things aren’t looking too rosy either. Then Aladdin gives the lamp a rub, a wish-granting genie appears from inside, and suddenly the impossible seems possible. Even marrying a princess.

The book provides the full script with staging ideas, piano music and lyrics, character profiles and curriculum resources. The accompanying CD features all of the songs professionally arranged and sung by children. Backing tracks are also included and are a great option for performance, bringing the songs to life perhaps more than a pianist alone could manage.

Digital downloads and the editable WORD script are available as additional items to the main pack, each priced at £9.95. 

A complimentary abridged version of the show will be emailed out to all customers to offer a slightly shorter option in case it is required, reducing the running time from c.70mins to c.55mins. 


The ensemble set the scene with the opening song about a boy called Aladdin who dreamed of a better life for himself and those around him (A-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADDIN).

At the market, the sorcerer, Musharraf, seeks an ambitious but gullible young man to help him retrieve an old lamp from a long-lost cave. He overhears Aladdin dreaming of about a better life married to a princess (UNDER MY SPELL) and thinks he has found just the person. Meanwhile, hidden from view, Aladdin catches sight of Princess Zahra as she processes through the market. She looks unhappy, but sees him hiding and they share a smile.

Aladdin’s mother, Habiba, bemoans her lazy son to her friend, Nyla. When Aladdin returns from another day of doing little, she tells him how disappointed his late father would have been (A DISAPPOINTMENT). Despondent, Aladdin exits and is surprised to meet Musharraf, the sorcerer. Lured by the promise of riches, he agrees to help him in his quest for the lamp.

In the Palace, Princess Zahra excitedly lets slip to her attendants that she had met a young man at the market. Her father, the Sultan, arrives with the Grand Vizier and tells her that she is to marry the Grand Vizier’s son, Kadin. She is crestfallen and says she should be able to run her own life.

In the mountains of the desert, Aladdin ventures into the cave. It is full of jewels and riches beyond compare (ALL THAT GLITTERS ISN’T GOLD). Suspicious why Musharraf would only want the dusty lamp that he finds, he refuses to hand it over. Furious, Musharraf traps Aladdin in the cave and leads him for dead.

The guards in the palace surprise us by having a conversation, but are quick to go silent when the Sultan arrives with the Grand Vizier and Kadin, the husband to be. Princess Zahra once again tries to change her father’s mind about the arranged marriage, and is shocked that he agrees she can have three days to find a husband of her own (AMAZING THINGS).

Trapped inside the cave, Aladdin rubs the dirty lamp and is shocked when a genie appears (MEETING ONE LIKE ME). He is even more shocked to discover that he has three wishes that could change his life forever.

Princess Zahra, disguised in everyday clothes, ventures into the city and heads for the market where she saw Aladdin. Her ‘friend’, Aisha, encourages her to make the most of the opportunity she has created for herself (TAKE A CHANCE). She meets Aladdin’s friends, but no Aladdin.

In the Palace, the guards are talking again, much to the chagrin of one of them who says it’s not their place (SONG OF THE SOLDIERS). The Sultan then enters with another possible husband for Zahra. This time it is Aladdin, now almost unrecognisable dressed as a prince in fine clothes and turban. The Grand Vizier is furious that his son may be overlooked, and delighted to make the acquaintance of Musharraf, the sorcerer, who tells him that Aladdin is not a real prince and seeks his help in taking revenge and retrieving ‘his’ lamp.

Musharraf visits Aladdin’s home pretending to be a pedlar offering shiny new lamps in exchange for dirty old ones. Habiba makes the exchange and Musharraf tells the Grand Vizier and Kadin that they will soon be able to expose Aladdin as the street urchin he really is (REVENGE).

Princess Zahra returns to the palace. She hasn’t managed to find Aladdin, or any husband for that matter, but she has loved the freedom she has experienced and is prepared to forego her royal privileges in order to keep it. Meanwhile, Aladdin has been chosen as the husband-to-be by the Sultan, and prepares for the forthcoming wedding despite his friend Kalil’s cautionary words about being himself (THE GLORIOUS TALES OF OLD).

Gathered all together, the Sultan finally introduces Zahra to Aladdin. She doesn’t recognise him, and is far from happy about the idea of marrying another wealthy prince. Nevertheless, the Sultan is adamant, at which point the Grand Vizier reveals that Prince Aladdin is, in fact, an impostor, a fake. Tasked with proving this, he summons Musharraf, the sorcerer, who appears with the lamp from Aladdin’s house. He gives it a rub in order to reveal the genie, but nothing happens – it is the wrong lamp! The Sultan is furious about the insults to his future son-in-law, and banishes Musharraf, the Grand Vizier and Kadin too.

Relieved and delighted, Aladdin prepares to marry Zahra, but realises that she isn’t happy with the arrangement. He bravely decides to reveal his true self, retrieves the real lamp from his mother who hadn’t been foolish enough to give it away, and summons the genie. He wishes that Princess Zahra could see the real him. His princely regalia disappear, and all that is left is the poor young man whom the Princess had smiled at. She is delighted, and tells her father that she would rather be poor and happy than rich and miserable. He finally understands and gives her his blessing (A-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADDIN FINALE).

Song Samples

Under My Spell
A Disappointment
All That Glitters Isn't Gold
Amazing Things
Meeting One Like Me
Take A Chance
Song Of The Soldiers
The Glorious Tales Of Old
A-la-la-la-la-laddin Finale


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