English National Ballet School proudly presents its 25th Anniversary Summer Performances. An inspiring blend of classical and new work, the performances are set to show these talented young dancers at their best.... Read more >>
English National Ballet School proudly presents its 25th Anniversary Summer Performances. An inspiring blend of classical and new work, the performances are set to show these talented young dancers at their best.
English National Ballet School, official School of English National Ballet is a specialist training centre for aspiring and highly talented young ballet dancers aged 16 to 19. We transform talented young dancers into world-class performers over a three-year programme validated by Trinity College London. We are delighted to be celebrating our 25th Anniversary with a programme featuring Paquita staged by Jean Yves Esquerre and new work by James Streeter, English National Ballet Junior Soloist and graduate of the School.
'English National Ballet School’s end of year performance showcased a fine crop of well trained young dancers.'
Amanda Jennings, Dance Europe.
There are no booking fees for this production.
All Super Seats include choice of nibble box, welcome drink and programme or theatre gift.
Please visit www.lionkingautismfriendly.co.uk for information on Relaxed Performances
Concessionary tickets are available for Wheelchair users staying in a wheelchair or transferring into an allocated seat, or those with restricted mobility who need to sit in the stalls. One carer is also entitled to purchase a ticket at the same rate.
For details of pricing, availability and general information please call 0844 871 3006 or email Lyceumboxoffice@theambassadors.com.
There are eight wheelchair spaces available in the Stalls seating area, which we recommend booking well in advance.
The wheelchair accessible entrance is via a double EXIT door situated at the front of the theatre on Wellington Street, to the left of the five main doors. This is clearly marked and provides level access to the Accessible Toilets and the Stalls seating area. Upon arrival, please notify the Doorman who will open the doors for you. From the accessible entrance, a gentle slope leads past the Accessible Toilets to the Stalls seating area and the Stalls Bar, which is fully accessible.
The theatre’s main entrance is up three steps to the lower foyer. From here there are 7 steps down to the Stalls and 12 steps up to the Royal Circle landing. The Grand Circle is up 83 steps.
There are lift facilities available to all levels of the Lyceum Theatre, located via the entrance on Exeter Street. All levels, apart from the Stalls, are laid out over a number of steps. The lift to the Royal Circle brings you out into the auditorium at Row H. From here there are a total of 14 steps down to Row A and 12 steps up to Row P. The lift to the Grand Circle brings you out into the auditorium near Row B. From here there are 3 steps up then 3 steps down to Row A and 33 steps up to Row M. Please contact the Box Office to see detailed plans of each level of the theatre.
There are currently no low counters at the bars or confectionery kiosks, however, staff are available to take orders and will bring them to your seats if necessary. The Disney merchandise kiosks are all fully accessible.
We regularly schedule sign-interpreted performances of The Lion King in association with Theatre Sign. Throughout the performance, a qualified theatre sign interpreter stands on the left of the stage and uses sign language to relay music and words to deaf and hearing impaired patrons, all of whom are seated within easy viewing distance of both the stage and interpreter. For more information on sign interpretation, click here to go to the Theatre Sign website.
We regularly schedule captioned performances of ‘The Lion King’ in association with STAGETEXT. Captioning is a way of converting the spoken word into visible text that provides deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people with access to live performance. For more information on captioning, click here to go to the Stage Text website.
We regularly schedule audio described performances of The Lion King for those with visual impairments in association with Vocal Eyes. Audio description in theatre is a live verbal commentary on the visual elements of a production, delivered as a performance unfolds, through a discreet headset. One week before the performance, every visually impaired person who has pre-booked will receive a tape with detailed information on the production, such as sets and costumes. This tape also provides details on how to get to the theatre and orientation around it. For more information on audio description, click here to go to the Vocal Eyes website.
Guide Dogs are welcome in the auditorium or can alternatively be left in the care of theatre staff. If you intend to bring a guide dog, please state so at the time of booking.
The Lyceum Theatre has a limited number of large print and Braille programmes available. Please contact the Front of House Manager in advance on 020 7420 8100 to request.
A copy of The Lion King script is available in Braille and an appointment can be made to read it in the theatre by calling 020 7420 8100 in advance.
Two Accessible Toilets are situated just inside the Level Access entrance on the way to the Stalls. These toilets may be locked so if necessary, please contact a member of staff for assistance. All other levels of the theatre have toilets, which are accessed via stairs
Book online: Use the links below
Telephone Booking: 0844 871 3000
Customer Service: 0844 871 7627
Groups Bookings: 0844 871 7644
Access Bookings: 0844 871 3006
Stage Door / Admin:* 0844 871 3000 (General enquiries)
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with bookings on this number
Monday: 10am - 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am - 8pm
Sunday: 11am - 3pm
Box office opening times subject to change without notice.