Simba’s journey continues at the Lyceum Theatre
04/22/2013

Lion King continues to run for sell-out performances at the Lyceum Theatre. The musical has book by Rogers Allers and Irene Mecchi. Its songs have been composed and written by the original creative team of Tim Rice and Elton John.

Online PR News – 22-April-2013 – London – Lion King continues to run for sell-out performances at the Lyceum Theatre. The musical has book by Rogers Allers and Irene Mecchi. Its songs have been composed and written by the original creative team of Tim Rice and Elton John. Additional songs of the show are from Lebo M, Julie Taymor, Mark Mancina and Hans Zimmer.
Julie Taymor has presented yet another example of her creativity to the world in form of the musical, Lion King. The show is the adaptation of Disney’s most successful movie of the same name. The musical commenced its West End journey at the Lyceum Theatre London in 1999 and has kept the mammoth size auditorium of the venue jam-packed ever since then.
The musical takes audiences at the Lyceum Theatre to the African Serengeti. A new member has arrived in the family of the King of Pride Lands and his wife Sairabi. Simba’s berth has brought in celebration to African Savannas, all except his uncle Scar is rejoicing his berth. Even after Mufasa’s best efforts to save his child from the treacherous plots, Simba fall prey to his uncle’s plans. Everything the cub has inherited from his berth has been taken away.
But the only thing Scar couldn’t take away from Simba was his spirit of survival. The cub has grown to a fierce lion and is back to return his land its lost pride. Taymor has presented a visual retreat in form of the musical that features some spectacular work of creativity and imagination. Join him in his journey at the Lyceum Theatre London.