Disney's The Lion King the musical
  • London Fringe

Our friends at Disney Theatrical have done it again and have generously donated 50 tickets to a performance of Disneys The Lion King the West End Musical on Sunday 10th September at 14:30pm at The Lyceum Theatre in London. We would love to take this chance to bring you together with friends and/or family to experience this amazing show as a huge thankyou from Diversity Role Models for your ongoing support. Each individual may book up to 4 tickets which are available on a first come, first served basis until our allocation is used up. You will be informed if youve been allocated tickets by the end of Friday 8th September and e-tickets will be distributed to you by email directly from Disney Theatricals team. Please note we can not offer seat selection unless you have a specific access requirement (if this is the case please let us know using the Outsavvy messaging service) All bookings need to be made by 5pm on Thursday 7th September.

Please be aware The Lion King is recommended for a general audience aged 6 and up. Children under the age of 3 (including babes in arms) will not be admitted into the theatre. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium.

We would like to request a donation of 10 per ticket be made towards the continued work of Diversity Role Models which you can make when booking.

We hope you enjoy the performance!

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