The Lion King is a hugely popular London musical set against the majesty of the Serengeti Plains, to the evocative rhythms of Africa.
The show brings the characters from the animated Disney film to life with imaginative costumes and amazing special effects. The Lion King has 25 species of animal, insect, fish and bird in its cast, represented by actors and puppets. You'll be astonished by the herds of full-size zebras and giraffes majestically filling the stage!
The Lion King features the music of Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice, including the Academy Award-nominated song, Circle Of Life.
This uplifting adventure follows a fearless young lion cub called Simba as he learns about life on his journey to become King of the lions. It's a great show that's perfect for the whole family.
- Julie Taymor
- Roger Allers, Irene Mecchi
- George Asprey, Shaun Escoffery, Brown Lindiwe Mkhize, Stephen Matthews, Nick Mercer, Keith Bookman, Andile Gumbi, Gloria Onitiri, Allyson Addo, Gary Forbes, Mark Sangster, Boaz Dopemu, Idriss Kargbo, Freya Karlettis, Alyda Miller, Shakira Simpson, Anuli Changa, Keenan Munn Francis, Bernard Mensah, Alyda Miller, Patience Persson, Ingrid Abbott, Bradley Applewhaite, Zara Aba Bartels, David Blake, Azola Dlamini, Rodger Dunklee, Tanya Edwards, Anthony Francis, Enyonam Gbesemete, Jonathan Andrew Hume, Garth Jacobs, Natasha Jayetileke, Kurt Kansley, Mabonga Khumalo, Arthur Kyeyune, Mitch Leow, Oliver Lidert, Mark Lingwood, Tamara McKoy-Patterson, Shelley-Ann Maxwell, Sakhumzi Mbele, Aaron Morgan, Sifiso Ngiba, Kella Panay, David Pendlebury, Yael Alano Pineda, Ketsia Poitevien-Clarke, Julien Marc Roussel, Jermaine Rowe, Wei Wei Zhang
Tickets from £30.00 (USD45.28)
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 2.30pm Tuesday to Saturday 7:30
Wellington Street, London, WC2E 7RQ
For More Information:
Visit disney.co.uk/MusicalTheatre/TheLionKing or telephone +44 (0)870 243 9000.
Venue Details & Map
Wellington StreetLondonWC2E 7RQ
- 0844 8440005
- Public transport:
- (5mins) Go right on Long Acre; turn right into Bow Street/Wellington Street and follow the road 200 metres. The theatre is on your right.
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