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The Lion King - the multi-award winning musical
You hope all nights in the theatre will be like this!
It lights up the West End with a blaze of fabulous imagination

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About The Lyceum Theatre

One of the biggest and most impressive West End playhouses, the Lyceum Theatre seats 2107 people split across three enormous levels. Lavish and ornate, it's right in the heart of London’s famous Covent Garden, surrounded by exciting tourist attractions as well as great places to eat, drink and be merry before and after the show. In fact the entire area is vibrant and bustling more or less 24/7, a thrilling place to be whether or not you're going to the theatre.

What's it most famous for? The Lyceum has been home to Disney's The Lion King since 1999, delighting literally millions of children and their parents.

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Audience Latest Reviews

Must see
We really enjoyed the show. Loved the music and the costumes! Great for any age!
Katheryn, 21 May 2022
Marvelous
Mohamad, 20 May 2022
Watch the movie instead
The best "number" of the show was the opening. It went downhill from there. The bigger puppets were good and they were less wooden than some of the live actors. The Disney movie does not translate well onto the stage. The use of dancing to replace some of the film sequences left me thinking that the ensemble could have done with 4 weeks more rehearsal. The dancing just wasn't as "slick" as one would expect from a West End Production. Also, the silly hats for the characters faces just did not work as they were practically invisible from the back of the grand circle. This was a song and dance show about animals in the african savannah with an underlying story. Cats didn't really have a story. But it was a song and dance show about animals and it knocked spots off this mediocre offering.
Peter, 20 May 2022

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