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The stunning London Westend theatre Lyceum Theatre is positioned in the famous areaof London also statedas Covent Garden. This is one of the most vibrant andpopular part of the city.It is positioned in the London’s Theatreland. Thevenue features some of thefinest and varied range of restaurants known foroffering number of cuisine.Some of the popular high street shops and famoustourist attractions such asthe London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Marketand the Royal Opera House arelocated near the theatre. You can also enjoy visitto Soho, Leicester Squareand Chinatown as they are positioned at a walkingdistance from the theatre.

The popular Lyceum theatre isrunning the houseful shows of The Lion King since1999. If you are planning tovisit the theatre then it is located at an easilyaccessible location and canbe commuted via various modes of commutations suchas buses, tubes, taxis andcars. For those who are planning to visit the theatrevia tube then the nearestTube stations are Covent Garden on the Piccadilly lineor Charing Cross on theNorthern and Bakerloo lines. You can also visit thetheatre by bus numbers 6,11, 13, and 15. You can also hire a taxi or drive yourown car, as the closestcar park is the Savoy Adelphi Garage which is just 5minutes away from theLyceum theatre and it charges £9.50 for 2 hours parking.

Thehugely popular and stunning Lyceum Theatre in London is renowned for its greathistory. The popular LondonWestend theatre is known for its amazing tale ofsuccess and failure. Thehistory of the popular theatre dates back to 1772 whena room was establishedby the Society of Arts to host exhibitions and concertsclose to the current building site.

Dueto an accidental fire,Theatre Royal in Drury Lane moved to the Lyceum in 1809.Hence, the theatre attained licence for the presentation of plays from LordChamberlain and the journey of excellence in theatrical arts started. Renowned architect of his time, SamuelB eazley rebuilt the theatre fully in theyear 1815. However, in the year 1830,theatre faced another unfortunate accidentas Lyceum theatre and a huge area ofExeter Street burnt down. In the year 1834,theatre was constructed andre-opened. In the history of England, Lyceum theatreis the first one to have abalcony over the circle.

Animmensely popular and acclaimed actor Henry Irving took over the venue. Hetransformed it into one of the brilliant playhouses in London. But, misfortunestruck again and firedestroyed the theatre once again. However, fire struckagain and destroyed thetheatre. As, there was no new buyer, the Lyceum buildingwas destroyed and reconstructed. In the year 1905, Irving died but he didn’tenter the new building re-opened in 1907.

In the year 1996, Lyceum Theatre was reopenedonce again with the investment of more than £14 million. On 31stOctober1996, the theatre building was refurbished and re-opened by HRH Prince Charleswith the acclaimed show, Jesus Christ Superstar. The Ambassador Theatre Groupis the current owner of the Lyceum theatre and currently running the housefulshows of Disney’s production The Lion King.

Now Showing

The Lion King

Date From 03/01/1993     Date From 10/31/2022
Event Information

21 Wellington Street, London, WC2E 7RQ

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(Strand) 4, 9, 15, 26, 76, 91, 139, 176, 341; (Aldwych) 13, 23, 59, 68, 87, 168, 171, 172, 188, 243
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