The Lion King Extends its West End Run
Disney’s The Lion King has extended its booking period at the Lyceum Theatre until November 2016. The show has been in the West End for 17 years and has been seen by in excess of 12 million theatregoers, with around 810,000 guests a year.
The Lion King opened in the Lyceum Theatre in London’s West End in October 1999. It is currently the sixth longest running musical in the history of the West End. It has also toured the UK and been seen by 1.8 million people. The show has also played on every continent with the exception of Antarctica.
Based on the smash hit 1994 Disney film ‘The Lion King’, the musical follows the young prince lion cub Simba. With his evil uncle Scar, looking to become King, Simba must fight for himself and for his rightful kingdom.
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