Coming Soon in 2021! - Excited to get back to the theatre? The wait is over...and we're thrilled to offer tickets to The Lion King Musical along with a stay in one of London's top hotels.
Let the cast of London's West End, The Lion King, transport you to the magestic plains of the Serengti. This spectacular musical will have you spellbound from the moment the curtain opens! The timeless Disney classic tells the adventures of Simba, a young lion cub making his way in the world to fulfill his destiny as King of the Pridelands. With the help of all of your favourite characters, including Timon the fun-loving meerkat and Pumbaa, his warthog sidekick, The Lion King musical is perfect for all the family.
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The Lion King Musical - Tickets + Hotel Package
Package your theatre tickets with one of our top London hotels to make it a weekend to remember. All of our hotels are within easy reach of the theatre - some are less than 10 minutes away - making them the perfect place to unwind. Why not add on our London Explorer Pass and use your time to explore the city!
Tickets for The Lion King Musical
Overnight stay at a 4-star hotel
About the hotels near the Lyceum Theatre:
Crowne Plaza Albert Embankment - Relax and unwind in this luxury hotel with a chic rooftop bar and restaurant. Located a 33-minute walk / 18-minute tube journey away from the Lyceum Theatre.
Hilton London Kensington - Located in the swanky Holland Park district, this hotel has contemporary rooms and a 24hr fitness centre. The hotel is a 32 minute tube journey or a 31 minute taxi / Uber away from the Lyceum Theatre.
Holiday Inn Bloomsbury - This 4-star hotel is a family favourite hotel. Located just a 21 minute walk or 7 minute taxi ride away from the Lyceum Theatre.
Holiday Inn Regents Park - Tucked away on a quiet street, but in the centre of everything that London has to offer. The Holiday Inn offers comfort and convenience for couples and families alike. Located a 31-minute walk or a 20 minute tube journey away from the Lyceum Theatre.
Leonardo Royal St Pauls - Unwind in the hotel's 4-star facilities, including the swimming pool and spa. Located a 21-minute walk or a 13 minute tube journey away from the Lyceum Theatre.
Leonardo Tower Bridge - This contemporary hotel hotel is sure to help you unwind, thanks to the pool, sauna and 2 bars. Located a 49 minute walk or 24 minute tube journey away from the Lyceum Theatre.
What is The Lion King musical about?
Based on the Disney classic, The Lion King musical, follows the adventures of lion cub, Simba as he makes his way in the world, after being scared away from his home by his evil uncle, Scar. With the help of wise old baboon Rafiki, Timon the meerkat, Pumbaa the warthog, and his best friend Nala, Simba learns about friendships as he fulfills his destiny in becoming king of the Pridelands.
You will be whisked away in the breathtaking world of The Lion King with stunning effects, an explosion of colour and an enchanting, well-loved soundtrack from songwriting duo Tim Rice and Sir Elton John.
Has The Lion King Musical won any awards?
The Lion King has won 6 Tony Awards: Best Musical, Best Scenic Design, Best Costume Design, Best Lighting Design, Best Choreography and Best Direction of a Musical. It has also earned more than 70 major arts awards including the 1998 NY Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, the 1999 Grammy for Best Musical Show Album, the 1999 Evening Standard Award for Theatrical Event of the Year and the 1999 Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Choreography and Best Costume Design.
Who is starring in The Lion King Musical?
The Lion King stars Nick Afoa as Simba, Jamie McGregor as Timon and Mark Roper as Pumbaa. Check out the official website for the full cast list.
Who are the creatives behind the Lion King Musical?
"On that trip I learnt something very important. Escape through travel works. Almost from the moment I boarded my flight, life in England became meaningless. Seat-belt signs lit up, problems switched off. Broken armrests took precedence over broken hearts. By the time the plane was airborne I’d forgotten England even existed."