The mesmerizing London show, The Lion King has been enjoyed by theatre lovers across the globe. Being one of the most loved shows, The Lion King is certainly one of the most popular musical blockbusters from Broadway! Since its grand debut on 8th July 1997, the magnificent show is creating huge waves at the box office. The heart touching show, Lion King Show is a complete enthralling experience for the viewers. The Lion King Show made its remarkable debut at the stunning Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis.
The heart touching London show, The Lion King is adapted from one of the most popular successful animated movies. The saga of Lion King revolves around a Lion Cub, Simba and his discovery of oneself and deliverance. The key plots of this heart touching musical saga, The Lion King are ambition, friendship, remorse, refutation and salvation.
The award winning London show, The Lion King successfully touches the chord of heart. The fabulous show is a complete grand experience for theatre lovers. The show instantly forms a personal touch and bonding with audience. The award winning director and designer Julie Taymor has enlivened up the spectacular show of The Lion King and has won prestigious Tony Award for the best director.
The complete visual treat is done by the immensely talented and award winning British Designer, Richard Hudson. The smashing hit blockbuster, The Lion King features lots of masks and puppets along with eye catching sets. The world class brilliant chorography of Garth Fagan simply steals the show with its wonderful moves and touches the heart beats of viewers. The classic musical is a must watch for theatre lovers and is a complete masterpiece. This is a show which is enjoyed by people of all age groups along with all your family members and loved ones. The show would be undoubtedly a complete joy ride!
A Brief History of Lyceum Theatre
Lyceum theatre is currently hosting the award winning London musical, The Lion King. Lyceum Theatre Located at 21 Wellington Street, Westminster, London, WC2E 7DN, with occupancy of 2,000. The current site was opened on July 14, 1834, and designed mainly by Samuel Beazley. He has given the theatre a unique characteristic in its balcony, as it is hung over the circle. The building was reconstructed by C.J. Phipps in 1882 with few improvements.
The initial few years of the theatre hosted first modern English opera, such as “The Mountain Sylph” and was followed by “Fair Rosamun,” in 1837, “Farinelli” in 1839 and “Blanche of Jersey,” in 1840. From 1841 to 1843, theatre was managed by Michael Balfe. From 1847 to 1855, theatre was managed by Madame Lucia Elizabeth Vestris managed and produced shows by James Planché and the adaptation of “A Tale of Two Cities” by Tom Taylor. Later, Charles Fechter managed the theatre from 1863 to 1867.