See the broadway smash The Lion King in London at the Lyceum Theatre in Covent Garden.
About the Show
Over 52 million people in 15 different countries have watched 'The Lion King' broadway show since its inception in 1997. The show is so popular around the world it has been translated into five different languages.
'The Lion King' is based on the Disney film of the same name, but has been fully transformed for the theatre by Julie Taymor, combining multiple different performance styles to appeal to everyone across various cultures.
Evening performances run through the week at 7:30 p.m, Tuesday to Saturday. Afternoon matinee performances are on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Book tickets in advance at the Disney website. Tickets begin to sell out several weeks or months in advance, especially for popular dates, so book early, especially if you are hoping to get a specific seating location.
Booking your tickets online allows you to check the view from your seat - row by row and section by section - with a video of the Lion King stage from each seat.
You can also buy your tickets directly from the Lyceum box office, or take advantage of the theatre packages offered in combination with local Covent Garden restaurants. Get a meal - or just a dessert package - for little more than the cost of a ticket and extend your evening in London.
The Lion King London show is based at the Lyceum Theatre in Covent Garden. The theatre is located at 21 Wellington Street, London WC2E 7RQ. The closest tube station is Covent Garden.