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Find the best The Lion King musical tickets at Lyceum Theatre, West End. The stage adaptation of the Disney film taken from an original African story. A young lion grows up and learns that taking over the pride requires wisdom and maturity. Simba is the young lion, his wicked uncle is Scar and his father, killed by his uncle, is King Mustafa. NOTE: whilst discount tickets are not normally available for this show you can still save money by looking for a Meal Deal (Meal+Event Ticket). The Lion King website.
Approximate runtime 150minutes (including any interval).
Performers Ben Heathcote (Timon), Keith Bookman (Pumbaa), Nick Afoa (Simba), Janique Charles (Nala), Melone Mkenzy (Shenzi), David Blake (Banzai), Barnaby Thompson (Ed), Zion Gardner (Young Simba), Tia Murrell (Young Nala), Samuel O'Loughlin (Young Simba), Hugo Max Woodhouse (Young Simba), Nia-May Taylor (Young Nala), Avive Savannah Williams (Young Nala), Monae Wilson (Young Nala), Etian A Almeida (Swing), Lila Anderson (Ensemble), Thanduxolo Booi (Ensemble), Gabriel Brasilio (Ensemble), Yolanda Burke (Ensemble), Kanika Carr (Ensemble), Samuel Edwards (Ensemble), Kevin Fullinck (Swing), Deborah Godchaser (Swing), Jamie Golding (Standby Timon/Zazu/Pumbaa), Sandile Gontsana (Ensemble), Makoto Iso (Ensemble), Wilson Kiiru (Ensemble), Tramaine Lamy (Ensemble), Lamoi Leon (Ensemble), Francisco Lins (Swing), Stephanie Tsz Maan Lo (Ensemble), Nathan Louis-Fernand (Ensemble), Nonhlanhla Makhathini (Swing), Sadia McEwen (Sarabi/Ensemble), Mark McGee (Standby Scar/Timon/Zazu), Phumlani Mkhize (Ensemble), Keitumetse Molea (Ensemble), Daniel Monteiro (Ensemble), Ayden Morgan (Ensemble), Rutendo Mushonga (Ensemble), Crystal Nicholls (Ensemble), Nosipho Nkonqa (Ensemble), Darcel Osei (Swing), Dominique Planter (Swing), Kayode Salina (Ensemble), Luciano Santos Souza (Ensemble), Poseletso Sejosingoe-Mandela (Ensemble), Shannon Taiwo (Ensemble), Matthieu Vinetot (Ensemble). Book by Roger Allers. Book by Irene Mecchi. Music Elton John. Music Tim Rice. Music Lebo M. Design Julie Taymor. Music Mark Mancina. Music Hans Zimmer. Company Walt Disney. Director Julie Taymor. Costume Julie Taymor. Choreographer Garth Fagan. Design Richard Hudson. Lighting Donald Holder. Choreographer Garth Fagan. Costume Julie Taymor (mask and puppet). Costume Michael Curry (mask and puppet). Design Michael Ward.
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USER (15Aug11): Everyone should see this one at least once ... shame there are no discounts available, makes it expensive for a family of four - but worth it ;-)
USER (22Nov04): im going to see it soon, i cant wait, itz an inspiring story and luks set to be fantastic 5
USER (04Nov04): as the show opened i cried!!! what a show!! the only thing that let it down was young simba and young nala!!!!!!! 3
USER (12Aug04): :) Lion king rocks 5
USER: UK Theatre Web (15Jul01): Well what can one say? The costumes and scenery were incredible, so much attention to detail! The acting, singing and music was so powerful-enough to move anyone! Definately one to see-a huge thumbs up!! 5
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