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The Lion King Musical Tickets £25 disneytickets
The Lion King Musical Tickets £25 disneytickets

The Lion King Musical Tickets £25 disneytickets

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Cheapest tickets I've ever found for Lyceum Theatre The Lion King Musical. Normal price elsewhere is £40 and up. Choice of dates available.

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Hi op

Which site is this through the link does not work?

Thanks

i went too see it last year at the palace theatre in Manchester. i had front row seats and to this day i will never know how i got the tickets for 20 pounds each... directly from their ticket office!!!... great musical though

Bargain04

Hi opWhich site is this through the link does not work?Thanks


It works ok for me

All the tickets are for the back 2 rows as far as I can see. But for £25 what was I expecting.

snowflake75

i went too see it last year at the palace theatre in Manchester. i had … i went too see it last year at the palace theatre in Manchester. i had front row seats and to this day i will never know how i got the tickets for 20 pounds each... directly from their ticket office!!!... great musical though



Because Manchester.

London is a ripoff. I guess partly fuelled by higher demand.

Musicals aren't my thing but having caught the amazing Lion King show at Animal Kingdom during the Summer in Florida I have to say this is high on my list of things to do so cheers OP!

Will it be a waste of money or I will able to see just fine ? I really want to take my daughter but tickets are so damn expensive I am always finding excuses not to go.

If you go here you can see reviews of seats and some photos. The cheapest seats are at the back 2 rows of the top level.
seatplan.com/lon…ng/

The consensus seems to be you're a long way from the action and the music is a bit quieter - but you can see almost everything. So if you're on a budget it's a great way to see the show and you can always bring binoculars to see the details.

But see the photos and make up your own mind whether it's worth it.

Thanks !!

binoculars?

opera glasses darling

Saw this performed at this same venue a few years ago now, would happily go back - especially at this price.

Im in London next week and was thinking about going to see this. Had a look on the London Theatre website but prices seem to be the same. Im guessing the cheaper rates are for the further future?

All Gone

I saw this in New York, we were pretty close up, maybe 15 rows back. Although most of the time you wish to be closer on this occasion you couldn't see the costumes as well due to seeing the performers and down the aisles at the beginning the performers holding up various creatures meant that they were missed. So being further back isn't a bad thing at all. Being right at the back thought is another thing.
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J0n35y

Musicals aren't my thing but having caught the amazing Lion King show at … Musicals aren't my thing but having caught the amazing Lion King show at Animal Kingdom during the Summer in Florida I have to say this is high on my list of things to do so cheers OP!


Our favourite thing in Animal Kingdom!

We even had the pleasure on our last visit of seeing a special version they put on called Harambe Nights - it was basically a live show with choir and orchestra and a narrator telling the story with video clips in the background. Once the show finished they had a street party at night with food, drink dancers etc.
All in all probably the single best night I've had in a Disney park

You would think for something that's been going on for nearly 20 years, most people would have seen it, and they would reduce the prices for the last remaining couple dozen people. I can't imagine many tourists in London going for an event like this either at an averagely good seat costing £50-60. I want to see this, but at the prices they stay at, I don't think I ever will.

Good deal I suppose for someone who has the neck like a Giraffe, and eyes of an eagle.

Getting constant errors with the site :-(

snowflake75

i went too see it last year at the palace theatre in Manchester. i had … i went too see it last year at the palace theatre in Manchester. i had front row seats and to this day i will never know how i got the tickets for 20 pounds each... directly from their ticket office!!!... great musical though



first few rows would be classed as 'restricted view' I think (hence cheaper price band) - even though sometimes you can get a great seat

kowalski

first few rows would be classed as 'restricted view' I think (hence … first few rows would be classed as 'restricted view' I think (hence cheaper price band) - even though sometimes you can get a great seat



​it was a fab seat and a fab view. so impressed. but I had to ask the couple sat next to me how much they paid. they said 45 pounds each.

If i could some at Manchester, that will be awesome!

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macleanie

Im in London next week and was thinking about going to see this. Had a … Im in London next week and was thinking about going to see this. Had a look on the London Theatre website but prices seem to be the same. Im guessing the cheaper rates are for the further future?



​I have my tickets for 1st November. There was a good choice of seats with that price around that dates.

November only :-(

Brilliant! thanks OP
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