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The Lion King Theatre Breaks

Lyceum Theatre , Wellington Street, WC2E 7RQ.

Enjoy the magic of The Lion King

1/10: Enjoy the magic of The Lion King

  • Enjoy the magic of The Lion King
  • Featuring awe-inspiring puppetry
  • Based on the Disney classic of the same name
  • Filled with suspense and drama
  • Features well-known songs by Tim Rice & Elton John
  • Go on a journey with Simba from cub to Lion King!
  • Enjoy the impressive set design
  • Features a spectacular array of costumed dancers
  • Approaching 20 years in the West End
  • Be sure to see this show as part of your London trip!
  • Now in its 19th year at the Lyceum Theatre
  • Seen and loved by over 90 million people worldwide
  • Disney's legendary Lion King takes to the stage in a spectacular visual showcase.
  • Winner of 'Best Director of a Musical', Tony Award
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The Lion King Theatre Show Information

About Disney’s The Lion King

Be transported to the Serengeti plains with a Lion King theatre break to see the wonderful music and magic of the famous Disney Musical. Celebrating a staggering 16 years in London, the show is famous for its funky African rhythms, incredible puppetry and special effects that bring the jungle to life on stage.

The Story

The Lion King begins with a huge musical celebration – born to the King of the Jungle Mufasa, Simba is the new hope and heir to his father’s throne. Not everyone is happy; Simba’s jealous Uncle Scar laments his lost chance to be king and plots to kill both Mufasa and Simba. As we watch Simba grow up – with a little help from his friends Timon and Pumbaa – he must finally decide whether to return to the kingdom and try to reclaim his rightful place as The Lion King.

History of Disney’s The Lion King

Twenty years after the incredibly popular film, The Lion King lives on at London’s Lyceum Theatre. With a string of awards and an incredible soundtrack that is as fantastic as it is familiar, The Lion King is a huge hit with both audiences and critics, with over 75 million people worldwide having seen and fallen in love with this spectacular production.

Please note: Children under 3 years of age are not permitted to enter the Lyceum Theatre. The Lion King is recommended for ages 6 and up. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

Show Times

Evenings: Tuesday - Saturday: 7.30pm

Matinees: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday: 2.30pm

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes including interval


Travel Facilities

  • Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Covent Garden
  • Nearest Rail Name: Kings Cross

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