Lyceum Theatre tickets a must to watch the Lion King

Enjoy the heart warming delightful bonanza, The Lion King with your loved ones at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre London! The stunning Lyceum Theatre is located at 21 Wellington Street, WC2E 7RQ in the popular Covent Garden, which is renowned as one of the most exciting parts of the city. Lyceum Theatre is positioned in an area, where there are huge range of restaurants and bars.

Some of the popular high street shops along with various other tourist spots like London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and Royal Opera House are located at a walking distance. Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown are also positioned at a nearby distance. Lyceum Theatre is located at an accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. You can visit the theatre via bus route numbers 6, 11, 13 and 15.

The magnificent Lyceum Theatre has been into existence from the year 1765 with occupancy of 2100. It is certainly one of the oldest as well largest London Westend Theatres. On 14th July 1834, the first theatre was constructed at the current site. It was mainly based on the designs from Samuel Beazley.

Beazley has been immensely appreciated with the introduction of unique overhanging balcony. In the year 1904, the house has been reconstructed by Bertie Crewe, whereas in the year 1951 by Mathew and Sons. Recently, Lyceum Theatre underwent renovation by Holohon Architects in the year 1996.

During the eighteenth century, world renowned actors such as David Garrick and Charles Dibdin used to perform at the Lyceum Theatre London. In the year 1794, its amphitheatre was completely burnt down. It has also hosted the first London exhibition of Madame Tussad's art works. Under the superb management of Henry Irving, theatre has enjoyed some of the wonderful days. He was associated with the Lyceum Theatre London for almost two decades.

Since 1999, the blockbuster London show by Disney, The Lion King is running with packed houses at the Lyceum Theatre London . Heart touching musical compositions by Sir Elton John and Tim Rice makes the show a memorable experience for the theatre lovers.