The Lyceum Seating Plan
Positioned in the popular area of London renowned as Covent Garden! Lyceum Theatre
is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of transportation such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars.
The stunning London theatre
has a whopping occupancy of 2100 and spread across three levels as Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle. Stalls Section is the nearest section to the stage and will offer best views of the stage. For show like The Lion King, it would be a great experience to have seats near the stage, as actors and puppets walk through the aisles. This makes the visitors feel that they are also the part of whole action.
As compare to other seats, they are bit expensive as have given proximity with the stage. If you are looking for best viewing seats then it would be advisable to go for the middle of the section. While sitting in the front rows, you will face a few obstructions. The stalls section is mainly categorised into three by aisles.
Royal Circle is at the second tier with some excellent views of the stage. When the show becomes interactive then you may feel bit away from the main action. Tickets are bit lesser as compare to Stalls. This section is mainly categorised into three and offers excellent view.
Highest level in Lyceum is the Dress Circle and quite away from the main action. This section is also categorised into three blocks with consistent view.