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The iconic Disney's The Lion King logo.

See Disney's The Lion King

The wait is over – Disney’s The Lion King returns to the London stage this Summer!

As the sun rises and the city reawakens, watch in awe as giraffes strut, gazelles leap and birds swoop bringing the Serengeti, and the story of Simba, to life all around you… Ingenious puppetry, stunning effects and the enchanting music by Elton John, Tim Rice and Lebo M will transport you to the heart of the African Pridelands.

Booking until April 2022

Prices from £20

Performance Information

The Lion King running time is 2 hours 30 minutes which includes one interval.

Please note: Children under 3 years of age are not permitted to enter the Lyceum Theatre. The Lion King is recommended for ages 6 and up. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

Reviews for The Lion King

Lion King's Rafiki stretches out a hand, holding her stick, whilst gazelles leap past
You hope all nights at the theatre will be like this' - The quote from the Daily Mail about the Lion King in London at the Lyceum
Mufasa and Scar face off on the Lyceum Theatre stage in the Lion King live production
A wonderful, wonderful musical.' - The quote from the Sunday Times about the Lion King in London at the Lyceum Theatre
Nala prowls the Lyceum Theatre stage as the Lionesses look on in the Lion King show in London
There is simply nothing else like it' - The quote from the New York Times about Lyceum Theatre's Lion King

Behind the Scenes at the Lyceum Theatre

The Lion King theatre cast invites you backstage to discover all the breath-taking videos from behind-the-scenes. See how they bring the sounds of the Serengeti to life, or watch the cast at their weekly dance class. Learn how the intricate costumes and beautiful masks are created and maintained.

Watch The Lion King trailer now

Bringing the sounds of the Serengeti to life