The Lion King

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Why are The Lion King London Tickets Selling Out Fast?

After its initial launch, The Lion King soon rose to become one of Disney’s most successful movies. With multiple awards won, there was no doubt that Disney Theatrical Productions would adapt it for the stage. Three years after the film was released, Disney’s The Lion King launched on Broadway. In the first year, it earned five Tony Awards including one for the Best Musical.

As amazing as the story is, The Lion King London tickets are also on high demand for its timeless songs like “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”, “Hakuna Matata” and “Circle of Life”. Since its 1999 opening in London, the production has been watched by more than 14 million people and is the 6th longest-running West End musicals. In the years 1999 and 2008, it has also appeared on the Royal Variety Performance. As you may already know, in 2019, Disney released a live-action film as well.

A Disney Triumph

With the majestic Serengeti Plains as the background and expressive African rhythms to move your body to, this all-new multi-award winning musical by Disney will raise your expectations about theatre. This brand new show has been reimagined for audiences by the famous director, Julie Taymor. She managed to convert this popular Disney movie into a magnificent theatrical experience that bursts with wonderful colours, mesmerising music and spectacular effects. Deep within all the man-made glory, at the core, is the moving story of a child. His epic adventure from being an adorable wide-eyed cub to a powerful lion ideal to become king. If you don’t want to miss this incredible show, it is time you consider buying The Lion King London tickets.

The Lion King – a Story of Good and Evil

When the lion prince Simba is born, his uncle Scar realises that he has just fallen another step short in becoming the king of Serengeti and ruling it as he deems fit. In a desperate attempt to acquire the throne, Scar decides to kill the young prince and his father, King Mufasa. Scar succeeds in taking the life of his brother but fails to kill Simba. Although he pulls through the treacherous plot, Simba is convinced that the responsibility of his father’s death lies upon him. Ashamed and shattered, Simba runs away, leaving the kingdom and its responsibilities behind. With an already unstable mind deteriorating further, the kingdom faces dark days in Scar’s rule.

During his struggle to survive in the new land, the prince happens to meet a social outcast duo – Timon and Pumbaa. Simba learns the new way of living a carefree life, but little does he know the situation at home. Gradually, the past finds its way up to him and he is forced to choose between the newfound, happy life he has built, and the responsibilities he was meant for. But, with Scar as the mad king of the pride, will the young prince be able to bring the glory days back? Find out how beautifully this musical morphs around you with The Lion King London tickets. It is an experience you must try!

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