Just off the Strand in the heart of London, the Grade 2 listed Lyceum Theatre is one of the West End's most renowned playhouses. With its majestic façade and symbolising all things opulent and grandiose, it has one of Theatrelands largest auditoriums with just over 2,000 seats. Despite its rocky past experiencing several closures, it now has no problem filling these on almost a daily basis. This is due to the fact that, since 1999, the theatre has been home to the world-renowned musical The Lion King, one of the most successful productions to ever grace the West End. It’s a must-see for the whole family. Stepping outside the theatre, you’ll find yourself amongst Covent Garden’s charming streets lined with independent retailers and stylish cafes, bars, and restaurants. Further afield you’ll find Soho, London’s nightlife epicentre, dotted with buzzing bars and pubs. If you have any spare time before or after the show, there is also an abundance of museums and galleries within a short walk of the theatre. The nearest tube station is Covent Garden.