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Disney's The Lion King top tickets + 4-star London hotel stay from only £102 per person!

Top Tickets to Disney's The Lion King plus a 4-star London hotel stay from only £102 per person!

Our package includes:

  • Top tickets to Disney's The Lion King
  • An overnight stay at a nearby 4* London hotel
  • Delicious breakfast at the hotel

Offer ends midnight 20th September.

Tuesday to Friday night stays. Performance time of 19:30 on Tuesday - Friday nights 7th Sept - 26th Nov 21 (excluding 25-29th October)
From £102pp (based on 2 sharing) 4* Holiday Inn Regents Park including breakfast
Bookings are non amendable and non refundable

Holiday Inn Regent's Park

From £102 per person

Includes continental breakfast

With the peace and quiet of the capital's best-loved parks on one side and the stunning sights and sounds of London's West End on the other this fresh and modern hotel is the perfect choice for your theatre break. With comfortable and contemporary accommodation and all the amenities you'd expect for a convenient, memorable London break.

The Strand Palace

From £134 per person

Includes breakfast

The new and generously sized guest rooms provide plenty of space to unwind and superb levels of comfort. With comfortable furnishings and individually controlled air conditioning, they are a wonderful place in which to relax at the end of the day.

Disney's award-winning musical THE LION KING explodes with glorious colours, stunning effects and enchanting music. It follows the powerful story of Simba as he journeys from wide-eyed cub to his destined role as King of the Pridelands.

Now in its 22nd year at London's Lyceum Theatre, visionary director Julie Taymor's acclaimed reimagining of Disney's beloved film will redefine your expectation of theatre.

Fascinating Facts about 'The Lion King'

  • There are more than 232 puppets in the show, including rod puppets, shadow puppets and full-sized puppets.
  • Six African languages are spoken or sung in the show, they are: Sotho, Swahili, Zulu, Tswana, Congolese and Xhosa.
  • It requires 50 cast members plus an additional 100 people backstage to make each performance happen