|Booking From:||Tuesday, 28th February 2017|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 9th July 2017|
|Running Time:||2 hours 30 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||The Lion King is recommended for ages 6 and up. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted into the theatre. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.|
|Important Info:||PLEASE NOTE: strobe lighting is used several times during the performance. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted. Children over 3 will be admitted, but they must be able to sit in their own seat quietly throughout the performance. If they become restless, they may be asked to leave the auditorium.|
|Wed:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Sat:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
Emotional, out of this world, now going to take my grand daughter to see it. Best play Iv ever seen. Well done.
I am wondering if all the people who wrote these wonderful reviews of "The Lion King" saw the same musical we did. Because, I couldn't wait until the show was over! I enjoyed two "songs" but the rest of it was mostly screaming from the stage! And, the dancers needed a lot more practice. I cannot recommend this show; it was absolutely not worth the expensive stall seats. In addition, I agree, it was like going to a cinema not a London theatre experience. I brought my grand daughter and we had dressed for the theatre, but to our surprise, everyone else were dressed in jeans, sweaters and parkas. So, if you insist on seeing this show, don't bother to dress or waste your money on the expensive tickets.
I brought 23 elderly ladies & gents to see this show and they would all come again it was so good. The costumes were amazing.
The music was wonderful and what we could see of the show was spectacular but considering the tickets were over £70 each, the view was extremely disappointing. Our two children couldn't see at all and had to sit on our knees (despite the addition of the booster seats which were an additional cost - being financially penalised for being a child when paying the same as an adult for a seat is appalling customer service). We had to strain to see around the people in front throughout the entire performance and still had a restricted view due to the position of people sitting in front. The problem is due to the tiering of the seating - it's just not steep enough. Ushers running up and down the aisle, letting in latecomers and signalling to the technician at the back of the stalls was also extremely distracting and took away some of the enjoyment
Omg this show is the best I am going to come and see it on my 27 bday with my mate and my brother and sister I can not wait to see this show again
I really enjoyed the show but for me it was spoilt by the low volume on the actors microphones. I was sat half way back in the stalls but struggled to hear some of the actors clearly, even without the music playing.
Saw the Lion King yesterday and disappointed. It was average, not spectacular. Paid £93 per tickets in the stall and where seats positioned not good view as stalls area not tiered enough. Also why on earth do theatres sell huge tubs of pop corn for kids and adults to munch through - felt like being in a cinema, not a theatre. Also people being let into the stalls 40 minutes after the production started which is very distracting. Must be for the actors too!
excellent performance, the costumes were incredible and the performers also, only one thing that matters is that at the end the two children that participates need to bow!
The show was absaloutly brilliant cast brilliant really great night xx
Me and a friend went to see this show on January 10th and we both loved it . So much so that I am planning to go and see it again.There was just so much to see . worth every penny of the ticket price .
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