The Lion King Booking Details



Show Prices: £36.00 - £162.00

The Lion King Synopsis

Set against the majesty of the Serengeti Plains to the evocative rhythms of Africa, this spectacular production explodes with glorious colours, stunning effects and enchanting music to tell the timeless story of Simba and his epic journey to fulfil his destiny as King of the Pridelands.

Julie Taymor, one of the world's most innovative directors, brought a vast array of disciplines to THE LION KING, including extensive experience staging epic theatre and opera productions, exploring classic myths through ritualised puppetry, mask, and movement. THE LION KING was the first musical she directed in the commercial theatre, and Taymor made Broadway history by becoming the first woman to win the Tony Award for 'Best Director of a Musical'.

This acclaimed production has been seen by over 75 million people around the world.

Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Tim Rice.

Please note: Strobe lighting is used several times during the performance of Disney's The Lion King.

CHILD AGE RESTRICTION: Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted, the show is recommended for children over the age of 6.

 
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Theatre: Lyceum Theatre

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Production Type: Musical

Running Time: 2 Hrs 30 Mins

Author / Playwright: Roger Allers

Music by: Elton John

Director: Julie Taymor

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The Lion King News

LION KING TURNS 15 (13 OCTOBER 2014

This coming Sunday (19th October) Disney's The Lion King will celebrate its 15th anniversary at London's Lyceum Theatre. The award-winning musical has entertained over 12 million theatregoers and remains the West End's best-selling stage production. It also recently became the sixth longest-running West End musical of all time.

To celebrate this milestone and to thank Londoners for embracing and supporting the show, Disney today gave away 1500 tickets to the anniversary performance on Sunday 19 October. Lucky theatregoers queued at the Lyceum Theatre from 6am to claim their tickets for this Sunday's performance.

Congratulating the production, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson says: "Congratulations to The Lion King whose long-run has contributed to the phenomenal success of London theatreland. From the bright lights of the West End, to the dozens of smaller theatres to be found across the city, it's a hugely important sector for our economy, generating more than £600 million last year and underlining London's status as one of the world's greatest cities for culture."

Meanwhile, when the sell-out UK Tour of The Lion King concludes in Manchester this March, the tour will have played in 11 cities in the UK and Ireland, bringing Julie Taymor's acclaimed production to over 1.8 million theatregoers. The show has broken box office and attendance records at every venue it has visited.

In January 2015 Disney will release licensed school versions of The Lion King for primary and secondary schools. These 30-minute and 70-minute versions of the show are accompanied by resource materials to help teachers and students learn about stagecraft and performance.

Julie Taymor's internationally-celebrated stage adaptation of Disney's beloved animated film premiered on Broadway in 1997 and has now been seen by over 75 million people across six continents. Ten productions are running concurrently around the globe: In addition to the record-breaking productions in London and New York, The Lion King can currently be seen in Hamburg, Madrid, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Brisbane and on tours of the UK, North America and Japan. Future productions are set to open in Mexico City and Shanghai.



LION KING WELCOMES 12 MILLIONTH VISITOR (4 AUGUST 2014)

This week, Disney's award-winning musical The Lion King welcomed its 12 millionth visitor at London's Lyceum Theatre. The show will celebrate its 15th anniversary in October in London, where the show remains the West End's best-selling stage production.

Winning over 70 theatre awards worldwide, this captivating stage production follows the adventures of the young lion cub Simba, as he struggles to accept the responsibilities of adulthood and his destined role of King.

Julie Taymor's internationally celebrated stage adaptation of Disney's beloved animated film premiered on Broadway in 1997 and has now been seen by over 70 million people across six continents. In addition to the record-breaking productions in London and New York, the show can currently be seen in Hamburg, Madrid, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Sydney and on tours around the UK, North America and Japan. Recently announced future productions include Mexico City and Shanghai Disney Resort.




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