Since 1999, The Lion King is running with houseful shows. It has become of the most critically and commercially acclaimed shows of London! About Show-The Lion king. Come and feel the magic of award winning London show, The Lion King at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre London!
More about The Lion King. A hundred and fourteen brilliant and highly creative people are involved in creating the magic on stage called The Lion King musical.And more than fifty million spectators from all over the world have delightfully witnessed that enchantment on stage. The artistry of The Lion king musical is not only for the children but it enthrals the elders equally.
The Lion King is a wonderful West End theatre performance in London inspired by Disney’s cherished film. Performed at the iconic Lyceum Theatre, this sensational musical will sweep you away to the Serengeti Plains for an epic adventure alongside Simba the lion cub, as he comes to terms with his fated future as King of the Pridelands.
Originally opened in London in 1999, the stage adaptation of Disney's The Lion King has been a favourite of visitors to London for 20 years.
You can book your The Lion King theatre tickets online or over the phone by calling the Lyceum Theatre Box Office phone number 0844 871 3000. You can also buy in person at The Lyceum Theatre, 21 Wellington St, London, United Kingdom, WC2E 7RQ.
Disney’s The Lion King (UK) is coming to London! Buy tickets for Disney’s The Lion King (UK) at Lyceum Theatre from Ticketmaster UK.
Theatre: The Lion King (Australian tour) Other: Before beginning a career in musical theatre, Nick was a New Zealand Rugby representative during his teenage years and a member of the under 19’s World Cup winning-team in 2005. He has also performed the national anthem prior to the All Blacks test matches.
First seen on Broadway in 1997, The Lion King began its London reign the next year at the Lyceum theatre, its UK home to this day. A multiple award-winner, it has now racked up 70 (and counting) worldwide productions and boasts audience numbers in the 100s of millions, eager to experience its legendary stagecraft. WHAT IS IT ABOUT?