Top 10 Coronation-themed Musicals

by | May 7, 2023

Our Top 10 Coronation-themed Musicals

 

10. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 

Joseph’s ability to interpret the king’s dreams is pivotal to his journey. In ‘Song of the King’ the Pharoah asks Joseph to interpret his confusing dreams.

 

9. Pippin

Pippin is the son of King Charlemagne (Charles the Great). Charlemagne explains his battle plans to Pippin in the song ‘War is a Science’.

 

8. Shrek

The musical tells the story of Princess Fiona and Shrek, the ogre.

 

7. Spamalot

The Monty Python musical about King Arthur, not to be confused with the much more serious version, Camelot.

 

6. Camelot

The musical about the legend of King Arthur.

 

5. Cinderella

The Prince is looking for love and holds a ball to find her.

 

4. Hamilton

King George – what more can we say?

 

3. Frozen

The coronation of Queen Elsa.

 

2. The King and I

A musical about a King.

 

1. The Lion King

Are Prince William and Prince George already singing, “I just can’t wait to be king?”

 

 

Other suggestions for our royal-themed musicals include: Diana The Musical, Anastasia, Jesus Christ Superstar, SIX!, Into The Woods and The Student Prince

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