Lion King Tickets

Lyceum Seating Plan

The famous London Westend theatre, Lyceum is hosting Disney’s award winning London show, The Lion King since 1999. The Lyceum Theatre is stated as one of London’s largest and has a huge occupancy of 2100. The seating is spread across the three levels.

If you are looking for the section which is closest to the stage then go for the Stalls. You can catch best views of the stage, as the actors and puppets parade through the aisles on this level. You will feel to be the part of action. These seats are quite expensive than most other seats. But its close proximity with the stage make the price worth.

The stall section is categorised into three by aisles running the length of the auditorium. The section is quite wide and deep, and split in the House Right and House Left blocks. The second tier of the theatre is Royal Circle that also offers some brilliant views of the stage. When the show becomes interactive, you may feel quite away from the action. The tickets are quite cheaper and divided into three. It is heavily raked and offers whole excellent views.

The highest level is the Dress Circle and quite further away from the main action of the show. However seats in the Dress Circle are reasonably priced and you can enjoy some great bargains on tickets in this section. This section is divided into three blocks, but these are straighter and more even. You can enjoy some consistent views.