Discover London’s most haunted theatres as we go on a ghost hunt around the West End’s spookiest venues. From actor-managers stabbed to death at the stage door to floating heads, mysterious men in grey, spooks in the Stalls and strange backstage noises.
Disney’s musical The Lion King has beaten The Phantom of the Opera to become the most successful show of all time.
History of the Lyceum Theatre in London – currently home to The Lion King – including designer and first production.
Filmmaker Simon Smith has created a stunning movie, comparing footage from London in 1924 and London in 2014.
What’s playing and coming up at the Lyceum Theatre
Disney’s THE LION KING defied industry expectations in a year that many industry experts had predicted would be challenging for theatres. Performing to almost 800,000 people at London’s Lyceum Theatre, the show grossed over £38.6M – breaking its own record for the eighth consecutive year and once again setting a new record for highest grossing year in West End theatre history.
The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre – Christmas in the West End
Video trailer for Disney’s The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre in London – in stunning HD
When We Are Married and The Go! Go! Go! Show start previews this week in the West End. Plus special anniversaries for The Lion King and Dirty Dancing.
A London map highlighting the location of the Lyceum Theatre, Wellington Street, London, WC2E 7RQ
Applause Magazine – July 1996: Margarita Pracatan, Ned Sherrin, Kevin Whately, English National Ballet, Alice In Wonderland, Larry Adler, Christopher Lloyd, Lyceum Theatre, Googie Withers, Hannah Gordon
Enjoy special ticket and meal deals to Disney’s The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre