Wishy Washy welcomes you to Widow Twankey's Laundry....Best Laundry in All China.
Aladdin, our Hero, arrives and gives Wishy Washy a fright. He is always playing practical jokes.
Aladdin is secretly in love with the Emperor's daughter, Princess Soshy.
Widow Twankey is not impressed. How can someone as poor as Aladdin want to marry a Princess.
An opportunity arrives for Aladdin in the shape of his "long, lost Uncle" Abenazer, who arrives with his two Gargoyle servants, Hinge and Bracket.
He needs Aladdin him to recover an item of small value that he has lost inside a cave.
Aladdin is taken to the Dark Cave, and Abenazer sends him inside to recover the lamp.
But Aladdin argues with him, and Abenazer shuts him inside. As it gets dark Aladdin tries to light the lamp he has found in the cave. When it won't light, Aladdin tries to clean it up by rubbing it.
Out pops a Genie. His name is Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, but people call him Gwyn for short. He gets Aladdin home in a jiffy... with lots of gold and the magic lamp.
Back in the laundry, Wishy Washy enlists the help of some members of the audience to help with the Emperor's laundry. Then the Chinese Policemen arrive looking for Abenazer.
With his new found wealth, Aladdin is able to marry the Princess.
But at the wedding, Abenazer steals the Magic Lamp and kidnaps Aladdin's new Bride. Aladdin and Wishy Washy give chase, rescue the Princess, send Abenazer to jail and live Happily Ever After.
During 2007, "Aladdin" also performed at a local Theatre, the STIWT. To help us fill the full sized stage, we added a junior chorus, with some extra songs for them to sing. There was also extra bits of scenery taking advantage of the flying facilities and pyros.