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Disney's The Lion King ticketsPalace Theatre Manchester, Manchester

The stunning production of Disney’s The Lion King lands in Manchester once again to delight with the sounds of Elton John and the sights of the Serengeti.
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See Disney's The Lion King at the Palace Theatre Manchester

The stunning production of Disney’s The Lion King lands in Manchester once again to delight with the sounds of Elton John and the sights of the Serengeti. It’s the story we all know and love, of young Simba’s journey to become King of the Pridelands. Featuring unforgettable characters along the way, like Timon and Pumbaa, Rafiki, Nala and Zazu, relive Disney’s most beloved tale live on stage at the Palace Theatre, Manchester.

The musical first surprised audiences on Broadway two decades ago. It has since travelled around the world and scooped up countless awards including Tony Awards for ‘Best Direction’ and ‘Best Musical’, and Laurence Olivier Awards for ‘Best Theatre Choreographer’ and ‘Best Costume Design’. Julie Taymor is the mastermind behind the groundbreaking masks and puppetry that evoke the wild animals.

The production opened in the West End in 1999 and has remained one of London’s most popular shows. It’s a family favourite, and features all the memorable songs from the 1994 animation. Sing along to ‘Can You Feel the Love’, ‘Hakuna Matata’ and the epic ‘Circle of Life’ as Elton John and Tim Rice’s soundtrack are reimagined before your eyes.

Don’t miss Disney’s The Lion King musical as it heads out on a highly-anticipated UK tour, stopping at Manchester along the way.


The Cast

George Asprey

George Asprey

Scar

Shaun Escoffery

Shaun Escoffery

Mufasa

Brown Lindiwe Mkhize

Brown Lindiwe Mkhize

Rafiki

Gary Jordan

Gary Jordan

Zazu

Richard Frame

Richard Frame

TImon

Keith Bookman

Keith Bookman

Pumbaa

Nick Afoa

Nick Afoa

Simba

Janique Charles

Janique Charles

Nala

Dominique Planter

Dominique Planter

Shenzi

David Blake

David Blake

Banzai

Mark Mcgee

Mark Mcgee

ED

Athea Andi

Athea Andi

Young Nala

Lahaina Asumang

Lahaina Asumang

Young Nala

Taniyah Fearon Telfer

Taniyah Fearon Telfer

Young Nala

Theo Grant

Theo Grant

Young Simba

Samuelle John Brown

Samuelle John Brown

Young Simba

Hugo Max Woodhouse

Hugo Max Woodhouse

Young Simba

Kenyah Sandy

Kenyah Sandy

Young Simba

Nia May Taylor

Nia May Taylor

Young Nala

MC

Michael Curry

Mask and Puppet Co-Designer

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Venue Details

The Palace Theatre Manchester is one of the city’s major theatres and one of the most successful in England. It opened on central Oxford Street in 1891, surviving the Blitz and several renovations. Over the years, the Palace Theatre Manchester has become part of the city’s cultural scene, hosting big names in theatre, comedy, dance and much more.

In the early 20th century, the Palace Theatre Manchester hosted many Hollywood greats, such as the ‘The Wizard of Oz’s’ Judy Garland, and classic comedy duo, Laurel and Hardy, while contemporary acts include X Factor star Alexandra Burke and local comic legend, Peter Kay. Some of the most well known touring repertoires have further illustrated the Palace Theatre Manchester’s prominent venue status, including the likes of Mamma Mia!, Disney’s The Lion King, Miss Saigon, The Book of Mormon and Dirty Dancing.

The Palace Theatre Manchester’s seating plan is made up of Stalls, the Circle and the Grand Tier on top, with the majority of seats offering fantastic views of the stage. It has a capacity of up to 1955 theatre patrons. Visitors can also enjoy a drink during the interval at the Palace Theatre Manchester’s Ambassador Lounge.

Otherwise known as the Grand Lady of Oxford Street, the Palace Theatre Manchester was created by designer Alfred Darbyshire. Despite being bombed during the Second World War, theatre-goers can still see some of the original architectural elements in the facade and windows. Its historical significance and structural grandeur make it one of the recognisable venues in Manchester. Together with its sister venue - the Manchester Opera House - the Palace Theatre Manchester are known for being iconic landmarks of The Arts in the city.

If you’re travelling by car to the Palace Theatre Manchester, you can get discounted parking at Oxford Street and Manchester Palace car parks if you bring your ticket to the theatre cloakroom. Alternatively, you can arrive by train to either Oxford Road Station directly opposite, or Manchester Piccadilly Station around a 10 minute walk away. There’s also many buses that stop a stone’s throw away from the Palace Theatre Manchester.


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Performance Information

Performance dates: Tuesday - Saturday at 7.30pm, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 2.30pm

Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Child policy: Children under 3 years of age are not permitted into the Lyceum Theatre. Recommended age 6+

Note: Strobe lighting is used several times during the performance. Disabled patrons should contact the Lyceum Theatre directly.


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