Lion King Musical London Theatre Tickets

Come and make this weekend a remarkable experience with award winning London show, The Lion King! The award winning London show is running with packed houses at the magnificent Lyceum theatre London! The hugely famous heart-warming story has enlivened up the famous Disney’s saga of Simba at the London Westend theatre. The show features talented cast and musicians and created the fantastic atmosphere. The phenomenal London show will transport you to the lush African savannah.

The world famous Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ is enjoyed by people who are young and the young at heart. The show is adapted from the 1994 movie and if you are enjoying the show for the first time then get set for a fabulous effect of catching it live on stage. The popular award winning show is recommended for children aged 7 and up. However, kids under the age of 3 will not be admitted.

k1In the year 2000, Walt Disney’s The Lion King made its remarkable debut and still set the box office register ringing. Being one of the hottest tickets in town, Julie Taymor’s epic production is a brilliant amalgamation of live action, puppetry and incredible sets. The classic movie has been enlivened up onstage with a cast of colourful characters.

You will be astonished to see the life sized elephant to the lovable, yet evil hyenas. Another major highlight of the show is the memorable score by song writing duo Elton John and Tim Rice, such as “The Circle of Life”, “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”. The story is set against the backdrop of African pride-lands.

The show commences with the birth of Simba the Lion Cub to King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi. The evil brother of Mufasa, Scar is jealous of the newborn Prince. He conspires to get rid of him along with his brother to be the King of Pride Rock. The show depicts some beautiful emotional relationship such as between  Nala and Simba. He also finds new friends Timon and Pumba, and all of them convinced SImba to reclaim his kingdom back from his Uncle Scar.


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