Enjoy Lion King Show at The Lyceum Theatre

Looking for a memorable and enjoyable time with your dear ones! Simply head towards Lyceum Theatre London and book online advance tickets of Walt Disney’s The Lion King! The mega show made its grand debut in the year 2000 and still ruling the box office with packed houses. The phenomenal London musical  has been beautifully presented by Julie Taymor. The epic production is a brilliant amalgamation of live action, puppetry and incredible sets.

If you haven’t enjoyed the classic film yet then just head towards Lyceum theatre and catch the blockbuster London show. The show is a complete treat for theatre lovers with the cast of colourful characters. The show is set against the backdrop of African savannah featuring life sized elephant to the lovable, yet evil hyenas.

The Lion King features some brilliant heart touching musical numbers by duo Elton John and Tim Rice. Some of the heart warming musical numbers are “The Circle of Life”, “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”. The show is set against the backdrop of African pride-lands. The show starts with the birth of Simba the Lion Cub to King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi.

Scar, the evil brother of Mufasa’s brother wants to usurp the throne and was jealous of the newborn Prince. He conspires to get rid of his brother to be the King of Pride Rock. The Lion King is an award winning and heart warming story. The show features talented cast and musicians is a complete  audio visual treat for theatre lovers. The two hours and forty five minutes show is recommended for 7+ kids.

The popular London show The Lion King is running with packed houses at the Lyceum Theatre. It is positioned in the popular area of London also stated as Covent Garden. This is one of the most popular and liveliest parts of the city. The venue has wide range of restaurants close to the Lyceum theatre. The venue is also close to some high street shops and popular tourist attractions. Some of the popular tourist spots near the theatre are London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House.


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