The Lion King – London Theatre Break
Ticket & Hotel Packages
Your choice of London hotel
Your choice of theatre seats
Optional rail or coach travel
Stay 1, 2, 3 or more nights
Booking Now until 11 February 2024
“There is simply nothing else like it” – The New York Times
The Lion King
Be transported to the Serengeti plains with amazing puppetry, stunning effects and enchanting music.
The Lion King tells the coming of age story of lion cub Simba who is born to the King of the Jungle Mufasa. His birth unsettles his Uncle Scar who plots with his hyenas to kill both Mufasa and Simba in order to become king.
Following the death of his father Simba runs away from the Kingdom but must finally return and try to reclaim his rightful place as The Lion King.
kaleidoscopic visual brilliance– The Guardian
it still works brilliantly – The Telegraph
kids will go wild for this majestic jungle musical – Time Out
Your Choice of London Hotel
Hotels to suit all tastes and budgets.
Choose your perfect London hotel from the 100’s of 3, 4 or 5 star hotels that have availability for your travel dates.
Details of each hotel with photographs, previous guest reviews and the distance from the hotel to your theatre are provided to help you make your choice.
Your Choice of Theatre Seats
Select your exact seats from the live availability theatre seating plan after selecting your show and hotel.
Every seat is graded so that you have a good idea of the quality of the stage view.
An A* seat would be the theatre’s most expensive seat type and therefore a top seat.
Optional Rail or Coach Travel
SAVE UP TO 50% OFF NORMAL PRICES
If like most people you’re travelling to London via train or coach make sure you book your journey as part of your London theatre break to benefit from special discounted ticket prices only available when booked as part of a package.
Travel from any Rail Station or National Express stop in the UK
The Lion King – Frequently Asked Questions
Is The Lion King family friendly?
The show is recommended for ages 6 years and above, children under 3 years of age are not permitted in the theatre.
All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium.
Where is The Lion King playing?
Lyceum Theatre, Wellington Street, London, WC2E 7RQ
What is the nearest Tube Station?
Covent Garden – Approx 4 minutes walk
What times are the performances?
Evening performance: 19.30
What is the running time?
2 hours 40 minutes
These breaks are ABTA Protected for total peace of mind
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Package Provider: Hotel Direct – ABTA Number: Y6662 – T&C’s Apply
Prices shown are for guidance only and were available at the last update.
Actual price will vary depending on your travel dates, time of booking, theatre tickets, hotel, extras and duration of your break