A HIGH flying production of Aladdin is entertaining audiences at The Dukes until January 6.

Bursting with magic and music, laughter and sparkle - even breakdancing - audiences can join Aladdin and the Genie as they embark on a journey of discovery, danger and romance into a world where the carpets are magical and the wishes unlimited.

Playing Aladdin will be star of the ITV series Britannia High, Marcquelle Ward.

Songs featured in Lancaster theatre's Christmas show are proving such a hit that a souvenir CD has been produced.

For the first time, The Dukes has released a CD with eight original songs from its festive production of Aladdin which runs until January 6.

The catchy tunes begin right from the start of the show which has already been seen by thousands of people.

The tracks are performed by the cast which includes star of the ITV series Britannia High, Marcquelle Ward as Aladdin, who has previously appeared as Rum Tug Tugger in Cats at the London Palladium, and Heysham’s Helen Longworth who sings with local jazz, blues and swing band, Quay Change.

The CD includes the very topical Royal Wedding song and The Baddie Song which is a particular favourite with audiences.

CDs are on sale at the theatre’s box office or after each performance of Aladdin. Proceeds support The Dukes which is a registered charity.

The Dukes box office 01524-598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org.