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Coming to London in the Spring is Disney's celebrated Broadway Musical — Aladdin. From the producer of 'The Lion King', Aladdin is a journey filled with beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle featuring songs from the classic Disney film.
I have a priority booking period offer of stalls & dress circle tickets for £45, and although we would book seats much nearer to Christmas, or October half term, we would have to pay for them within the next month. As I need to assess whether this is a feasible outing please let me know if you are interested. We would of course run the usual coach from Aylesbury & Wendover, but this would be done nearer the time, and it would just be the cost of the ticket for the moment.
Please contact Pauline (Noble) on 01296 484940. For more on AMC & Friends' Coach Trips, click here.

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