View our Lyceum Theatre seating plan to find the best seats to suit you.
Whether you’d like to make your experience extra special with your own box or you’re looking for the most family-friendly area, you can take your pick from our wide range of options.
Where is the best place to sit at the Lyceum Theatre?
With a capacity of over 2,100 seats London’s Lyceum Theatre has plenty of choice when it comes to great seats to see shows. The centre stalls around a third of the way from the stage provide excellent seats with a great view of the stage. If you prefer additional legroom then choose outer row R seats.
Lastly, the front of the Royal Circle offers an amazing panoramic view of the stage. The Royal Circle is often a popular choice for families.
Which seats offer the best value to see the Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre?
There are a number of areas where you can find great value seats to see the Lion King. The outer edges of stall seats at the very front provide a great close up of the show with only the extreme corners of the same side of the stage out of view.
The very front of the Grand Circle offers good value for money, with the safety rails only occasionally obscuring the view. Lastly, a box is a great option for a unique experience at a discounted rate.
Are Grand Circle seats good in Lyceum Theatre?
Grand Circle seats at Lyceum Theatre are located above the Royal Circle and provide a clear view of the entire stage. The rows right at the front provide the best views with the safety railing only proving to be a minor inconvenience.
How many seats in Lyceum Theatre?
The capacity of the Lyceum Theatre is 2,167. This is split into 937 seats in the Stalls, 648 in the Royal Circle with a further 582 seats in Grand Circle. There are a further 26 seats available via private boxes.
How much is a box at Lyceum Theatre?
Box prices will vary depending on the performance but in general they provide great value thanks to the slightly restricted view of the stage. Boxes E and K offer a fantastic view of the Lion King thanks to its proximity to the stage. Lyceum Theatre boxes can accommodate parties of 4, 3 and 2.