Disney’s The Lion King
Disney’s The Lion King

Disney’s The Lion King Tickets

Lyceum Theatre, London, WC2E 7RQ
4.8 out of 5, based on 52 ratings and 52 reviews.
4.8
  • No Booking Fee offer! Great Tue-Thu seats from £35/£47.50 & Top price £67.50 for select Nov performances.

    Set against the majesty of the Serengeti Plains and to the evocative rhythms of Africa, Disney's multi-award winning musical THE LION KING will redefine your expectations of theatre.

     

    A spectacular visual feast, this adaptation of Disney's much-loved film transports audiences to a dazzling world that explodes with glorious colours, stunning effects and enchanting music. At its heart, Disney’s THE LION KING is the powerful and moving story of Simba - the epic adventure of his journey from wide-eyed cub to his destined role as King of the Pridelands.

     

     

    PLEASE NOTE: Children under 3 will not be admitted to the theatre.



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    PLEASE NOTE:

    The Lyceum Theatre will not admit children under 16 if they are not accompanied by an adult. There must be at least one person over this age in every booking and they must be seated together. Children under 16 cannot sit alone in the auditorium.

    The Lion King is recommended for a general audience for ages 6 and up. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted into the theatre.

    All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

  • Lyceum Theatre

    Wellington Street,
    London,
    WC2E 7RQ

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  • "There is simply nothing else like it" - New York Times

    "One of the most joyous and spectacular musicals in years!" - Daily Mail

    "This is a wonderful, wonderful musical: thrilling, warm-hearted, inventive and original...The Lion King will touch a deep chord in everybody" - Sunday Times

    "An undisputable triumph...superlative entertainment; puts most other mega-musicals in the shade" - Sunday Telegraph

    "A ravishing spectacle" - Mail on Sunday

    "It lights up the West End with a blaze of fabulous imagination" - Evening Standard