For nearly twenty years London's Lyceum Theatre has hosted one of the most legendary productions in the world: The Lion King.
Covent Gardens has had a theatre called the Lyceum since 1765, whilst the current building was founded in 1834 after a fire demolished the previous building, making it nearly 200 years old.
As well as The Lion King, the Lyceum theatre has seen shows like Jesus Christ Superstar and Oklahoma! grace it's stage. Find & compare all events and tickets at the Lyceum theatre below to get the cheapest tickets available.
Numerous buses stop along the Strand and on Aldwych which are both close to the theatre. Click here to plan your journey by bus. Simply type in your current location and WC2E 7RQ for the theatre's location
You can save 50% on parking with Q-Park’s Theatre land Parking Scheme. Please bring your parking ticket to the theatre to be validated by one of our team members.
The nearest Q-Park is in China Town, 20 Newport Pl, London, W1D 5QL. For more information on the scheme please click here.
Other car parks in close proximity include: London Covent Garden Parking Garage,Parker St, London, WC2B 5NT and NCP Car Park, Shaftesbury Ave, London, WC1A 1JP.
Charing Cross Station is around 7 minutes walk along the Strand with both Underground and National Rail services available.
Covent Garden Station is around 5 minutes walk across Covent Garden market with Underground services available.
Charing Cross Station is around 7 minutes walk along the Strand with both Underground and National Rail connections available.
Temple Station is around 10 minutes walk with Underground services available.
Embankment Station is around 10 minutes walk along the Strand with Underground connections.