The memorable show The Lion king London

In the year 1999, Walt Disney’s The Lion King made its grand debut at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre London! The popular show is running with houseful shows and went on becoming one of the hottest tickets. The award winning London show by Julie Taymor is a stunning amalgamation of live action, puppetry and incredible sets. The classic movie has been enlivened up onstage featuring  colourful characters.

The stunning atmosphere of the African savannah with life sized elephant to the lovable, yet evil hyenas makes the show a completely delightful experience. Brilliant collaboration of song writing duo Elton John and Tim Rice, churned out some of the remarkable award winning songs such as “The Circle of Life”, “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”.

The story of The Lion King is set against the backdrop of African pride-lands. The story commences with the birth of Simba the Lion Cub to King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi. The evil brother of Mufasa, Scar is unhappy with the birth of the newborn Prince. He conspires to get rid from the family of his brother to be the King of Pride Rock. The heart touching story of young Simba and his struggles to reclaim his kingdom back also depicts some beautiful relationships such as between Simba and Nala along with his new friends Timon and Pumba.

The Lion King is truly a heart-warming story featuring talented cast and musicians. The memorable show is recommended for 7+ kids and runs for two hours and forty five minutes. The Lyceum Theatre is located at a vibrant part of London’s Theatreland. The venue also features some of the finest restaurants along with high street shops. Some of the popular tourist attractions such as the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House are located at a nearby distance. You can also enjoy visit to Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown which are located at a walking distance of the theatre.

You can also visit the theatre via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. Covent Garden on the Piccadilly line or Charing Cross on the Northern and Bakerloo lines are the nearest tube stations. You can also visit the theatre via bus numbers 6, 11, 13, and 15. You can also hire a taxi or drive your own car as the nearest car park is the Savoy Adelphi Garage 5 minutes away from the Lyceum.

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The Lion king Show In London

Looking for some great time with your dear ones! Book online advance Lyceum Theatre tickets and have a memorable time. Walt Disney’s The Lion King made its great London debut in the year 2000 and since then running with packed houses. The spectacular production by Julie Taymor is a magnificent composition of live action, puppetry and unbelievable stunning sets.

The classic story of Simba has been retold beautifully and presented fabulously onstage at the Lyceum theatre. The popular show is adapted from the classic 1994 movie version. The show features a cast of colourful characters against the backdrop of African savannah. With life sized elephant to the lovable, yet evil hyenas, The Lion King features some wonderful memorable scores penned by talented duo Elton John and Tim Rice. Some of the chartbusting musical numbers are “The Circle of Life”, “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”.

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The story of The Lion King is set in the African pride-lands and starts with the birth of Simba the Lion Cub to King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi. The evil brother of King, Scar is jealous of the newborn Prince and conspires to Kill the family of his brother to be the King of Pride Rock. The Lion King is the struggle of Simba to reclaim his kingdom back. The show also portrays some beautiful relationships such as Simba with Nala and his new friends Timon and Pumba.

This heart-warming story, The Lion King has been enlivened up onstage in a spectacular fashion featuring talented cast and musicians. With fantastic atmosphere that will transport you to the heart of Africa, the show is a complete roller coaster ride for people of all age groups.

The Lyceum Theatre is running the show and positioned in the area of London known as Covent Garden. This is one of the most vibrant and exciting part of the city in the heart of London’s Theatreland. The venue also features some wide range of restaurants close to the Lyceum that cater for every taste, along with high street shops. Some of the popular tourist attractions such as the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House are at a nearby distance. Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown are also at a walking distance.

 

Book Your Tickets For Disney’s The Lion King

Enjoy the mesmerizing London show, The Lion King at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre London! Walt Disney’s made its London debut in the year 2000 and still ruling the box office. The spectacular production by Julie Taymor is a brilliant amalgamation of live action, puppetry and incredible sets. The classic movie has been enlivened up onstage with all colourful characters create. Experience the mesmerizing world of African savannah featuring life sized elephant, lovable yet evil hyenas etc.

One of the key highlights of the award winning London show are the chartbusting musical numbers written by duo Elton John and Tim Rice. Some of the heart warming musical numbers is “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 featuring Simba the Lion Cub, King Mufasa, Queen Sarabi and evil uncle Scar.

This heart-warming story is presented beautifully in a spectacular fashion with a talented cast and musicians. The two hours and forty five minutes show is recommended for 7+ kids. The award winning London show is running with houseful shows at Lyceum Theatre and can be located in the area of London stated as Covent Garden.

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Covent Garden is regarded as a vibrant and exciting part of the city in the heart of London’s Theatre land. The venue is the abode of wide range of restaurants that caters for every taste. Some of the high street shops and popular tourist attractions are located at a nearby distance such as the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House. You can also visit Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown located at a walking distance of the theatre.

Lyceum theatre is can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. Covent Garden on the Piccadilly line or Charing Cross on the Northern and Bakerloo lines are the nearest tube stations. You can visit the theatre via bus route numbers 6, 11, 13, and 15. You can also drive your own car as nearest car park is the Savoy Adelphi Garage 5 minutes away from the Lyceum, costing £9.50 for 2 hours parking. You can hire a taxi from the rank outside Charing Cross Road.

The Lion King Musical at The Lyceum Theatre

The award winning London show, The Lion King is a complete audio visual treat for theatre lovers.  Walt Disney’s hugely loved musical is loved by those who are young and the young at heart. The show is adapted from the 1994 movie and loved by people from all across the globe. If you have enjoyed the movie and haven’t yet see the show then check the amazing effect on live stage. The mind blowing experience will enthralled your senses.

Lyceum Theatre is running The Lion King packed houses. The opulent Lyceum Theatre is positioned in the popular area known as Covent Garden, which is considered as one of the most vibrant and exciting parts of the city. The venue is hugely popular amongst the theatre lovers as well as locals as some of the finest restaurants are located at a nearby distance.

The venue has some of the high street shops often visited by visitors. Some of the popular tourist attractions located at a nearby distance is London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House. Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown are also positioned at a walking distance of the theatre. The popular London theatre is located at an accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars.

The two hours and forty five minutes show by Walt Disney made its debut in the year 2000. The show is still ruling the hearts of theatre lovers. Julie Taymor’s spectacular production is a brilliant amalgamation of live action, puppetry and incredible sets. The show colourful characters and has beautifully created the atmosphere of the African savannah. Check out some of the magnificent life sized elephant to the lovable and evil hyenas.

Other key highlights of the award winning London show are its mesmerizing musical score penned by writing duo Elton John and Tim Rice. Some of the popular musical numbers featured in the show are “The Circle of Life”, “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King. The show is recommended for 7+ kids. So come and feel the magic of London musical, The Lion with your dear ones at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre!

The Lion King Musical London

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.

The Lion king London

Enjoy the mesmerizing London show, The Lion King at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre London! Walt Disney’s made its London debut in the year 2000 and still ruling the box office. The spectacular production by Julie Taymor is a brilliant amalgamation of live action, puppetry and incredible sets. The classic movie has been enlivened up onstage with all colourful characters create. Experience the mesmerizing world of African savannah featuring life sized elephant, lovable yet evil hyenas etc.

One of the key highlights of the award winning London show are the chartbusting musical numbers written by duo Elton John and Tim Rice. Some of the hearts 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 featuring Simba the Lion Cub, King Mufasa, Queen Sarabi and evil uncle Scar.

cropped-cropped-lion-king1.jpgThis heart-warming story is presented beautifully in a spectacular fashion with a talented cast and musicians. The two hours and forty five minutes show is recommended for 7+ kids. The award winning London show is running with houseful shows at Lyceum Theatre and can be located in the area of London stated as Covent Garden.

Covent Garden is regarded as a vibrant and exciting part of the city in the heart of London’s Theatre land. The venue is the abode of wide range of restaurants that caters for every taste. Some of the high street shops and popular tourist attractions are located at a nearby distance such as the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and the Royal Opera House. You can also visit Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown located at a walking distance of the theatre.

Lyceum theatre is can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. Covent Garden on the Piccadilly line or Charing Cross on the Northern and Bakerloo lines are the nearest tube stations. You can visit the theatre via bus route numbers 6, 11, 13, and 15. You can also drive your own car as nearest car park is the Savoy Adelphi Garage 5 minutes away from the Lyceum, costing £9.50 for 2 hours parking. You can hire a taxi from the rank outside Charing Cross Road,.

 

 

 

 

 

Musical London Show The Lion King

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.