Lyceum Theatre



Lyceum Theatre

The famous Lyceum Theatre is a theatre in the West End and was once known as the ‘English Opera House’ before it burnt down in 1830. The new construction began in 1834, with famous playwright Bram Stocker as partnered manager. He famously wrote ‘Dracula’ within the walls of the Lyceum during 1897. It once again closed and reopened as the ‘Lyceum Ballroom’  and has hosted world famous bands like The Who, Rolling Stones, Led Zepplin, Queen, Prince and Pink Floyd. Alongside these roster of stars, the stage is currently home to the awe-inspiring show Lion King - Book your tickets now to see this Disney favourite.

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No cameras or recording devices allowed.

Children under the age of three are not admitted. Children aged three years and older are admitted providing they can sit in their seats and not to be a distraction for other members of the audience. However, this show is not recommended for children under the age of five. Everyone must have a valid ticket. Accompanying adults will be asked to remove any noisy children. If any discounts are available for children, the maximum age to qualify is 16 years. The Theatre is unable to supply booster cushions, but patrons may bring their own, as long as these do not cause a hazard or inconvenience to other theatre users

Lyceum Theatre Seating plan