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- Running time: 2h 30m (incl. interval)
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The Lion King, a roaring stage success!
Transport yourself and your children to the magical world of the African bush, where life-size animals roam the stage and a magical tale of triumph against evil unfolds. With six coveted Tony Awards, a Grammy award for the show album, and two prestigious Olivier awards under its belt, The Lion King is a real show stopper of a musical for the whole family.
What is The Lion King musical about?
Join little Simba, the next king of the Pride, in his fight to take his rightful place on the throne. Simba the lion cub is looking forward to becoming the king of the Pride. But his wicked Uncle Scar scuppers his plans and when tragedy strikes, Simba runs away, leaving Uncle Scar and the nasty hyenas in charge. Under their mis-management, the Pride Lands soon become barren and everyone who lives there is in big trouble. Can Simba and his good friends Timon and Pumbaa solve the problem, and can he restore the essential Circle of Life?
The best of Disney magic transferred to the West End stage
The Lion King the movie was absolutely fantastic. But good as it is, it doesn’t prepare you for the sheer magic of this superb stage production. The Lion King features a host of amazing creatures in fantastic costumes, superb choreography and an intimate stage experience you never get with 2D film.
Elton John’s runaway best-selling musical score, together with Tim Rice’s unforgettable lyrics, makes this show really special. Elton’s song "Circle of Life" sets the stage, giving a powerful introduction to this delightful tale about coming of age that’s just as relevant to humans as it is to the creatures the show portrays.
A roaring success of a musical, attracting full-house audiences since opening in 1997, it’s a tour de force in professional puppetry, delivering a genuine spectacle that’s very hard to forget. Eighteen foot high giraffes canter along the aisles, amazingly real-looking gazelles trot by, and a herd of wildebeest stampede just a few feet away. Never mind the children… adults who see The Lion King are equally astonished by the sheer skill and realism of the musical’s animal puppet stars.
Apparently, it took an enormous seventeen thousand hours to make the puppets and masks. A hundred and fourteen people are involved in creating each showing. And more than fifty million of us, from all over the world, have enjoyed The Lion King on stage so far.
The Lion King songs
Expect to sing along to twenty fabulous show tunes including the ones which made it big from the Disney film. Songs like "I Just Can't Wait to Be King", "Circle of Life" and "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" are there, but there's also the addition of some more music which helps develop the storytelling of this show.
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- Booking until:
Sunday, 2 June 2024
- Running time:
2h 30m (incl. interval)
- Age restrictions
6+. Children under 3 are not permitted to enter the theatre. Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
- Important Information
Strobe lighting is used several times during the performance.
Guests must be seated no later than 5 minutes prior to show start time.
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What to expect:Acting
- Recommended for:
- Anyone (87%)
- Families (98%)
- Teenagers (90%)
- Couples (90%)
- Theatregoers (90%)
Over 20 years may have elapsed since that night, but watching it again last evening, I’m happy to report that the moment remains as vibrant and intensely thrilling as I remember from all those years ago.
This show has been delighting audiences all over the world for years and will most likely continue to do so for many more to come. It's an absolute "must see".
Latest customer reviews
Reviewed on 27 November 2023 by Oliver, Guernsey, United Kingdom
We did enjoyed it a lot during our London weekend
Reviewed on 26 November 2023 by Ben, Noordwijk Zh, Netherlands
I didn't like the seats weren't comfortable
Reviewed on 25 November 2023 by Rosa, Naxxae, Malta
Reviewed on 22 November 2023 by Fiona, Anstruther, United Kingdom
What a wonderful show.. well done to all the cast.. well worth going to see
Reviewed on 20 November 2023 by Irene, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
I thoroughly enjoyed the performance. We had the front row seats but they did come at a big cost!
Reviewed on 19 November 2023 by Sumaiya, Thornton Heath, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 18 November 2023 by Francisco Javier, Ibiza, United Kingdom
Wow! A great spectacle
Reviewed on 16 November 2023 by Michelle, Randwick, United Kingdom
Wow, from the very first second this show is magnificent. The cast, the production, the costumes... superb. An absolute must see. There's a reason why this show has been filling theatres for 20 years.
Reviewed on 16 November 2023 by Georgina, London, United Kingdom
Show was brilliant I couldn't fault it, however was sat next to noisy school children talking having phones out was very disappointing and off putting from the wonderful show just disappointing that nothing was said, also staff keep walking up and down standing in my way for some time.
Reviewed on 15 November 2023 by Siobhan, Reading, United Kingdom
Amazing show. Highly recommend stalls to get immersive viewing!
Reviewed on 15 November 2023 by Kerry, Chessington, United Kingdom
De kostuums waren fantastisch, het is zeker een uniek spektakel. Het is minder mijn ding, duidelijk een dansmusical. Het hele openingsnummer geweend, zo mooi! Ze proberen enorm aan te sluiten bij de film, wat niet echt mogelijk is in musical. Dat levert een prachtige scene op voor 'the stampede', maar ook zwakke dialogen die niet vertalen in een musical.
Reviewed on 14 November 2023 by Sofie, Lier, Belgium
Reviewed on 07 November 2023 by Maree, Boddington, Australia
Reviewed on 06 November 2023 by Arianna, Bisceglie, Italy
Reviewed on 05 November 2023 by Zineb, Wembley, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 03 November 2023 by Matthew, Horsham, United Kingdom
It was breathtaking, I loved it and recommend it to everyone!
Reviewed on 02 November 2023 by Anais, Humbeek, Belgium
Reviewed on 30 October 2023 by Klaudia, Klagenfurt, Austria
Even though we at the grand circle, our seats were good enough to see everything with the help of the binocular if you want to see their face expression of the details. The costumes were breathtaking, the songs were to cry for and the storyline had their original bits that keep us entertained. My 8yrs old son gave the show 10/10
Reviewed on 29 October 2023 by Maneth, Marly, France
The show was even better than I thought in spite of all the good review.
Reviewed on 29 October 2023 by Viola, Malmö, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 28 October 2023 by Jan, Buckingham, United Kingdom
During the break there was a sea of people queuing for only a few toilets. For a central London venue it is woefully under-bathroomed. Would I go to this theatre again? Hmmm… Did I find it frustrating and did it affect my overall enjoyment of the performance? Undoubtedly yes.
Reviewed on 27 October 2023 by Stefan, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 27 October 2023 by Debbie, Folkestone, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 26 October 2023 by Shane, The Caves, Australia
to many very young children for an evening show
Reviewed on 23 October 2023 by Martin Kurt, Mettmenstetten, Switzerland
Story is of course, sets are great, but the young Simba actor was not the best and too many one/two person acts. I prefer large group acts which involve more performers. Those acts were by far the most fun. Overall a good show, but doesn’t compare to the likes of Wicked or Mary Poppins.
Reviewed on 21 October 2023 by Anisa, Taylors Hill, Australia
Absolutely fantastic show soo worth every penny From start to finish soo many laughs Big big props to all the actors
Reviewed on 21 October 2023 by Lucas, Northolt, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 21 October 2023 by Christian, Leuven, Belgium
Reviewed on 17 October 2023 by Kareen, Kilmarnock, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 13 October 2023 by Jeanette, Langaa, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 12 October 2023 by Richard, Enfield, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 10 October 2023 by Vesna, Oberschrot, Switzerland
Reviewed on 10 October 2023 by Simone, Santiago, Chile
Reviewed on 09 October 2023 by Frank, East Kilbride, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 08 October 2023 by Lavinia, Aarwangen, Switzerland
Reviewed on 06 October 2023 by Anna Hovda, Randaberg, Norway
The show was truly marvelous!!
Reviewed on 04 October 2023 by Céline, Brugge, Belgium
Everything was very professional about the show. Costumes we awesome . Can’t fault the show.
Reviewed on 04 October 2023 by Silvana, Renfrew, United Kingdom
Only one word describes the show - stunning.
Reviewed on 02 October 2023 by Linda, Wirral, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 02 October 2023 by Christine, Pfäffikon, Switzerland
probably not suitable for smaller children under 7 or 8 great costumes, lively and followed the Disney movie line.
Reviewed on 30 September 2023 by Carl, Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed on 30 September 2023 by Ocean, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Reviewed on 28 September 2023 by Gal, Ramat Gan, Israel
My father liked the elephant
Reviewed on 28 September 2023 by Hila, Ramat-gan, Israel
Reviewed on 27 September 2023 by Wayne, Bexleyheath, United Kingdom
I have seen it before 10 years ago and this is my child 1st time at the theatre and it couldn't have been better. my child now wants to go and see other plays. The one negative point is that I couldn't get a booster seat and I didn't know we could get one before this. it would have been nice to know for her experience would have been even greater.
Reviewed on 26 September 2023 by Apiramy, Denham, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 23 September 2023 by Fiona, Christchurch, New Zealand
Great show but too much Dancing in some areas. Costumes and actor were great. They should defo ban popcorn s all you can hear is people getting with your mouths open. Kinda spoils things
Reviewed on 22 September 2023 by Amy, Salisbury, United Kingdom
So colourful, entertaining and fabulous costumes. Well looked after by the disability assistance team. Thank you
Reviewed on 22 September 2023 by Gillian, Wigan, United Kingdom
Amazing show from start to finish
Reviewed on 21 September 2023 by Lillian, Glasgow, United Kingdom
What did spoil our show was an idiot who kept aircondition running so law that after sitting wrapped up with our coats we still left snizzing and caughing
Reviewed on 21 September 2023 by Margaret, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 21 September 2023 by Elizabeth, Mosta, Malta
One of the most beautiful shows i ever seen, costums of the highest leve so were the cast.
Reviewed on 20 September 2023 by Evelyne, Tel Aviv, Israel
Reviewed on 13 September 2023 by Helen, London, United Kingdom
Exquisite costumes, superb acting and good story line that is easy to follow. Great theatre and super helpful staff. Wonderful afternoon.
Reviewed on 10 September 2023 by Christine, London, United Kingdom
Bright and colourful, action started immediately and one was immediately focused. There were moments of topical humour. Full of familiar songs . Very creative production of the animals and visually very convincing.
Reviewed on 10 September 2023 by Anne, Stanford Le Hope, United Kingdom
This is the third time I have seen the show, the first time over 10 years ago. Now having kids and wife, its expensive… but worth the wait for theatre week. Its sad that the show is targeted for high income.
Reviewed on 09 September 2023 by Graeme, Sawbridgeworth, United Kingdom
The costumes, set and performances are absolutely amazing. This is my second time and I would see it again.
Reviewed on 09 September 2023 by Nadine, London, United Kingdom
Incredible stage production, amazing costumes & choreography with a brilliant cast. Wonderful effects which held us spellbound throughout the entire performance. Truly magnificent performance. 10/10
Reviewed on 07 September 2023 by Valerie, Ealing, United Kingdom
I watch many show I thought this a a great family show
Reviewed on 06 September 2023 by Stephen, Chessington, United Kingdom
I can’t recommend it enough, it was marvellous: actors and actresses, music, costumes, the whole set up of the show, tje experience is full of emotion from beginning to end. I cried the whole way through!
Reviewed on 04 September 2023 by Macarena, Brussels, Belgium
I was speachless from the whole set, dancers,artists,musicians and the whole staff from the front of house as well. I saw they love what they do and the direction of the performance is impressive. I felt like could be a kid again for a few moment and the wisdom of the story (and Mufasa) spoke to me as well.
Reviewed on 03 September 2023 by Bea, London, United Kingdom
Literally one of the best things I’ve ever seen! From the props, the music, the costumes to the excellent performers! 10/10 would highly recommend! I was even reduced to tears due to how amazing it was!
Reviewed on 02 September 2023 by Leanne, Exeter, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 02 September 2023 by Ahmed, Llanishen, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 02 September 2023 by Stephen, Gharghur, Malta
Was fantastic I'm still buzzing days after
Reviewed on 02 September 2023 by Gerald, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 02 September 2023 by Lindsey, Billericay, United Kingdom
Les décors sont époustouflants les danseurs et chanteurs font une magnifique prestation et la mise en scène est parfaite .on ne sait plus où donner de la tête. C'est un spectacle féerique à voir et revoir ! les enfants n'ont même pas besoin de comprendre l'anglais pour apprécier ce spectacle !
Reviewed on 31 August 2023 by Stephanie, Pau, France
I have seen this show in bigger venues (Houston & Broadway) but the intimacy and closeness of the actors made this production the most exciting!
Reviewed on 30 August 2023 by Mary, New Braunfels, United States Of America
Very bad management as no respect to the viewers. The actors are so loud behind the stage, you can't hear what's going on on the stage. The sound is very poor overall. You can barely hear. No surround sound effect at all, just flat, like there's a glass wall between you and the stage. Horrible attitude to people who are watching. All first part of the show people were constantly walking around like it was a railway station, no matter the tickets are over 200 pounds, you can not focus and just miss the best first part. Lots of people come in during the most sensitive and silent scenes which is a shame. The atmosphere is completely ruined. It's total mess and the actors feel it. Seemed they were not charged at all. Vocal parts are poor for some exception, costumes and choreography awesome. The actors copy some key features mechanically from previous actors and show no understanding of what they are doing. Alcohol promoted at the site probably helps to overcome the show however the feeling is that it's a purely commercial project which has little to do with what it was originally supposed to be. A rip off.
Reviewed on 28 August 2023 by Kate, Otley, United Kingdom
I last saw this show approximately 25 years ago in Minnesota. I remembered it being spectacular and this followed suit! Incredible costumes, music and performance!
Reviewed on 27 August 2023 by William, Cumberland, United States Of America
We had a wonderful time watching the lion king,the costumes and music were amazing.
Reviewed on 25 August 2023 by Tracy, Rainham Kent, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 20 August 2023 by Ounis, Décines, France
Reviewed on 18 August 2023 by Mary, Lowestoft, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 16 August 2023 by Paolo, Genova, Italy
What a wonderfull place staff absolutely friendly and helpfull a real must show to see
Reviewed on 16 August 2023 by Janice, Huntly, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 13 August 2023 by Virginie, Paris, France
Reviewed on 10 August 2023 by Thomas, Uppsala, Sweden
Reviewed on 09 August 2023 by Wendy, Papamoa, New Zealand
Reviewed on 07 August 2023 by Noeleen, Springbrook, United Kingdom
The music was amazing, touching additions to disneys story.
Reviewed on 07 August 2023 by Zdenko, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Lion King, in the Lyceum theatre, expresses core principles of life (good vs evil; responibility toward others; power of free will; the victimhood of false perceptions; the interdependence and balance in life) in a majestic show. The artists, especially the young Simba an Nyala, are diversely talented and professional, the choreography and costumes exceptional. This in a theatre previously used by the romantic shakespeare, ignites one’s love for the circle of life, and the magic of theatre, again. A privilege for anyone to experience.
Reviewed on 06 August 2023 by Ilse, Pretoria, South Africa
Show really good and costumes lovely
Reviewed on 06 August 2023 by Michael, Gosport, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 05 August 2023 by Padraig, Tulla, Ireland
Reviewed on 05 August 2023 by Jennifer, Zürich, Switzerland
We were a bit disapointed, have seen part of Lion King in Disney Land Paris once and that experience had a higher standard. Our visit in Lyceum was first time for my two teens aged 17 and 19, we all thought it was a good show but we weren’t blown away. Unfortunately we had stats next to a family who translated and spoke during the whole show. That takes away some of the experience for the rest of us among with teenagers in the row in front who used their phones. Would have wished the staff were more around watching for phones/filming. Next time we choose a musical with more songs to lift the experience (like Mamma Mia)
Reviewed on 30 July 2023 by Christina Schmidt, Låsby, Denmark
This is the 2nd time my daughter and I have seen Lion King and it lived up to our expectations. Everything was absolutely amazing, actors,music. The costumes were extraordinary, ot was difficult to see where the human ended and the animal started. Wild happily come back again to see the show.
Reviewed on 30 July 2023 by Gaynor, Bridgend Glamorgan, United Kingdom
We had great seats couldn’t believe we fit 2nd row. My daughter and I had never seen this when it came out in Australia so it was a bonus to see it in London. Would definitely see it again
Reviewed on 25 July 2023 by Christiana, Melbourne, Australia
This Theatre went above and beyond to make my Mums birthday treat to be spectacular. My Mum has limited mobility and lung cancer and staff went out of their way to be kind considerate and welcoming. The staff and cast made it a truly memorable occasion.My Mum loved every minute and it lived up to all her expectations. It was amazing spectacular and fantastic night.
Reviewed on 24 July 2023 by Jackie, Hatfield Heath, United Kingdom
Amazing experience for everyone. Sitting in the stalls made it so much more inclusive and fun. A great production indeed. Everyone was spot on. However The lion king dad did not convince me , poor acting from him.
Reviewed on 22 July 2023 by Luca, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 22 July 2023 by Claire, Twickenham, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 21 July 2023 by Rasmus, Odense Nv, Denmark
I first saw The Lion King many years ago which I thoroughly enjoyed so absolutely wonderful for me to be able to take my 12 year old and 10 year old grandsons visiting from abroad. They loved the story line, the costumes, the stage and how it changed and how the actors moved like the animals they presented. Grandsons clued mentally to all going on, with "shoulder" movement each time a jolly song was sang. A lovely opportunity for us to enjoy the theatre together. Great communication during interval, on way home and following days, incl. grandchildren sharing with parents too.
Reviewed on 18 July 2023 by B, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 12 July 2023 by Asaf, Shoham, Israel
Reviewed on 08 July 2023 by Alicia, Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed on 03 July 2023 by Carlos, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Reviewed on 28 June 2023 by Mattia, Colchester, United Kingdom
Costumes and animal represent station was simply amazing and stole the show for me. Everything was good, but loved the spectacle and scenes. A must see.
Reviewed on 28 June 2023 by Peter, Enfield, United Kingdom
Feel good show
Reviewed on 22 June 2023 by Jackie, Birchington, United Kingdom
It was a great show with nice twists to it. The live band and the costumes were fantastic. The cast did a very good job. You must see this show.
Reviewed on 21 June 2023 by Kathleen, Mechelen, Belgium
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by Emmie Newitt | Wednesday, October 4 2023, 10:54
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by Emmie Newitt | Tuesday, July 11 2023, 14:48
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The Lion King Musical in London's West End6 reasons to see THE LION KING Musical
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by Miriam Gibson | Friday, July 1 2022, 15:03
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Second look: THE LION KING at Lyceum Theatre
by Stuart King | Wednesday, June 29 2022, 16:28
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Disney's Lion King – New Cast Members Announced
by London Box Office | Wednesday, May 12 2021, 12:26
Update for The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre
The magical, unforgettable West End production of Disney’s The Lion King is due to welcome 14 new members to its cast of more than fifty 50 actors, singers and dancers. The news makes the show's post-covid re-opening this summer extra special, even though it's already a multi-award-winning landmark musical seen by over 16 million people at the Lyceum Theatre alone over the past two decades.Disney's Lion King – New Cast Members Announced
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by Phil Willmott | Monday, March 29 2021, 20:04
When a powerful multimillion dollar company like Disney announces theatre will be back it’s definitely time to take notice and buy some tickets.
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by London Box Office | Tuesday, March 23 2021, 11:54
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by Phil Willmott | Tuesday, September 18 2018, 13:16
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The West End has a new Lion King
by Phil Willmott | Monday, May 2 2016, 14:03
The real danger with long running West End shows is that they’ll get tired as the cast grow bored of performing it month after month. The Disney organisation is very good at ensuring things stay fresh by regularly adding new performers to the London production from around the world.
This month it has been announced that New Zealander Nicholas Afoa is to take over the role of Simba in THE LION KING at the Lyceum Theatre.The West End has a new Lion King
Review of The Lion King
by Nastazja Domaradzka | Monday, September 7 2015, 07:50
Julie Taymor’s musical staging of the classic Disney cartoon, now in its 16th year in the West End, gives audiences from all over the world the chance to reconnect with their inner child and to enjoy a truly magnificent and creative spectacle. The story, about a lion cub who must win back the trust of his tribe after being unjustly exiled, still inspires and resonates with audiences of all ages.Review of The Lion King