The West End staging of Disney’s The Lion King will reopen on 29 July 2021 at London’s Lyceum Theatre, its London home for more than two decades and where the production has been seen by over 16 million people.
Typical, a film version of a powerfully poetic and painful 2019 monologue about institutional racism, is brilliant.
With everything going on at the moment, I thought one thing that everyone could do with is some positive and uplifting songs.
The Show People Podcast is back and in this episode host Andrew Keates is joined by writer and musician Kurt Kansley.
Visually arresting, the touring production of The Lion King which is booked into the Playhouse until March 2020, wants for nothing in terms of spectacle or budget.
It really is no wonder why The Lion King has lasted in the West End as long as it has. It is still as powerfully moving and beautiful to watch and feels as though it only opened in London for the first time yesterday.
Full details of presenters, performances and special appearances have been announced for the Olivier Awards 2019 with Mastercard, which takes place on Sunday 7 April at the Royal Albert Hall, hosted by Jason Manford.
Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon popped along to see Disney’s new pop-up shop featuring the costumes from its two West End shows Aladdin and The Lion King. Here’s what visitors can expect….
Today, 11 new cast members have been announced for the West End production of The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre.
New cast have joined the London production of Disney’s THE LION KING this month. Alongside changes in the ensemble cast, Nicholas Afoa has taken on the role of Simba at the West End’s Lyceum Theatre.
Disney Theatrical Productions today announced that new cast will join the London production of THE LION KING from May 2016. Alongside changes in the ensemble cast, former All Blacks rugby star Nicholas Afoa is to take on the role of Simba at the West End’s Lyceum Theatre.
Broadway breaks all previous records for a single week, and I choose the half dozen shows I am most looking forward to this spring in New York.
Forbidden Broadway was just what the doctor ordered for me the other night – I haven’t laughed so hard in ages. The renowned Broadway institution (going since 1982) has been slightly Anglicised and specially tailored for the West End in 2014 – Cameron Mackintosh, Elaine Paige, Robert Lindsay and revivals of Evita and Cats be warned (you’re […]