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Lyceum Theatre

Lyceum Theatre

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4.6 Google Review
21 Wellington St, England, WC2E 7RQ, United Kingdom
0844 871 3000 www.thelyceumtheatre.com
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Aug 20, 2018
Location is really good and LION KING is the worlds favourite show. The setup is great. No matter what seats you get the theatre is so well designed that everyone gets a good look at the main stage. staff is very very helpful and courteous. Yes and dont forget to buy the LION KING merchandise before you leave.

Jul 26, 2018
I went to this theatre to see The Lyon King musical. The show was perfect. The venue though, was awful. It was horribly hot. No A/C at all, very warm weather outside plus the heat from the lights and the people, we left the show completely soaked in sweat. It is very dusty all over. The carpets were so dirty that it felt sticky walking over them. The seats are really uncomfortable and I didn't manage to find a nice position for my back. Even though the place is beautiful, everything in the theatre is old and not taken care at all. The tickets to see The Lyon King are very expensive so I expect a theatre with a minimum quality.

Aug 13, 2018
The Lyceum theatre is very grand. We watched The Lion King on 11 th August. Well all I can say is Wow ! It is a Disney film come to life a real jaw dropping show. The music is beautiful and emotional...a must see ! Thank you to the cast and production team for an amazing show. Christina x

Aug 17, 2018
A great theatre and I would 100% recommend the Lion King to all audiences! What stood out for me, however, was the staff. My mother was feeling faint due to the heat, and they were all incredibly responsive, helping her to her seat and bringing her iced water immediately before the performance.

Jul 27, 2018
Visited here to watch The Lion King - its a great theatre, lovely seats with the classy velvet look. Perfect place to take photos and look fancy. Great attention to detail, the art on the ceiling of the theatre is amazing. Friendly staff that make you feel comfortable.

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