Lyceum Theatre

Lyceum Theatre

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Enjoy your time at this amazing theatre

Originally built in 1794, the Lyceum Theatre has been entertaining audiences for years and providing them with many marvellous memories to treasure.

With a rich history behind it, this place once served as The English Opera House in the 1800s before opening as a concert venue in the 1960s and hosting big names such as Bob Marley, Queen and Iron Maiden. Since 1999, it's been the home of family favourite - Disney's The Lion King.

Hop off the train at Covent Garden Station, take a five-minute walk across Covent Garden market, and you'll find the Lyceum Theatre on Wellington Street.

Head towards the theatre as your excitement builds for the magical evening ahead. Whether you're dressing up to the nines or wearing your comfiest jeans, the spectacular Lyceum Theatre welcomes you to watch a wonderful West End performance.

Music coming alive

Get your snacks at the ready as you wait for the multi-award-winning musical Disney's The Lion King to start. Based on the 1994 Disney animated film, the musical has been going for 17 years! Officially, it's now the third longest-running musical ever on Broadway.

The show opens with the famous Zulu language that'll bring back childhood memories:

"Nants ingonyama bagithi baba"

You'll be singing along to hits like the Circle of Life, I Just Can't Wait To Be King, Hakuna Matata and so much more.

See how the powerful magic is brought to life

True theatre lovers will love seeing how Disney's The Lion King is created with the collection of backstage videos on the Lyceum Theatre's website.

Move your body when you learn how the musicians produce the sounds of the Serengeti by using the talking drum, djembe, timpani, and much more.

You can even discover the secrets of creating over 200 masks for the show! See how the intricate costumes are designed and maintained.

We're sure you'll have a magical time at the Lyceum Theatre and you'll be back soon to make more wonderful memories.

Disney's The Lion King

An inspiring tale of destiny and the courage to pursue it - get ready to experience Disney’s The Lion King in a totally unique way

Available to 19 October 2024
21 Wellington Street,
London
WC2E 7RQ

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