Lyceum Theatre

Home to Disney's The Lion King

Operated by the Ambassadors Theatre Group, the Lyceum Theatre is instantly recognisable by its grand, Grade II listed building that stands proudly in London’s Covent Garden. Since 1999, the theatre has been home to Disney’s The Lion King, a beloved musical that’s become a major part of the West End’s cultural scene.

Where is the Lyceum Theatre?

You can find the Lyceum Theatre Wellington Street, just off the Strand in Central London. We’re right in the centre of London’s renowned theatre strip. Find out more about getting to the Lyceum Theatre.

Lyceum Theatre The Venue photo
Lyceum Theatre The Venue photo

How big is the Lyceum Theatre?

Our auditorium has a seating capacity of 2,100, which is why it hosts one of the biggest and most popular musicals in the West End!

How old is the Lyceum Theatre?

The theatre dates back to 1765 and has taken many different forms over the years. Find out more about the Lyceum Theatre’s history.

Lyceum Theatre The Venue photo