Come and feel the magic of award winning London show, The Lion King at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre London! The blockbuster London musical is a complete treat for the theatre lovers. Walt Disney’s classic show The Lion King made its debut in London in the year 2000. The show continues to be one of the hottest tickets in town. Julie Taymor’s spectacular production is a brilliant amalgamation of unmatched action, puppetry and unbelievable stunning sets. The classic movie has been enlivened up onstage at the Lyceum Theatre.
The Lion King is a must watch for theatre lovers as it features a cast of colourful characters and beautifully creating atmosphere of the African savannah. With life sized elephant, lovable as well as evil hyenas make the show a must watch for people of all age groups. The show features memorable musical score penned writing duo Elton John and Tim Rice. Some of the chartbusting musical numbers of the show are “The Circle of Life”, “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”.
The mesmerizing London show is set against the backdrop of African pride-lands. The magnificent show revolves around the story of young cub Simba and his struggles to reclaim his kingdom back from his evil Uncle Scar. This heart-warming saga has been enlivened up in spectacular fashion featuring talented cast and musicians offering wonderful atmosphere.
The popular London show Lion King is running with packed houses at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre. It is located in a popular area of London known as Covent Garden. Being one of the most vibrant and exciting part of the city, there are varied restaurants that cater for every taste. Moreover, there are lots of high street shops along with tourist attractions such as the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House. Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown are also positioned at a walking distance from the theatre.
The popular London Westend theatre is positioned at an accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. With an astounding occupancy of 2100, the auditorium is categorised into three levels into Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle.