Lyceum Theatre seating plan
The Lyceum Theatre has a capacity of 2165 seats, including
935 seats in the Stalls, 648 seats in the Royal Circle and 582 seats in the Grand Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 2370 seat reviews and 885 photos of views from seat.
The Lyceum Theatre is situated just off the Strand. Escaping demolition several times, the theatre has been used as a WWII ballroom and now hosts Disney and Julie Taymor's long-running The Lion King, which has been entertaining audiences since 1999.
Despite housing of the largest auditoriums in the West End, the theatre provides excellent views across all three seating tiers. Seating feels close to the stage, with minimal restrictions and great overall views.
Good value seats
Boxes in the Stalls are tremendous fun to sit in and are usually cheaper than seats throughout the Stalls, due to the height and the side-angle. Otherwise, sitting in the rear of the Royal Circle or in the front of the Grand Circle offers some good views for a discounted price.
Some of the best seats are in the front section of the Stalls and the Royal Circle. Sitting in the aisle in the Stalls allows for a tremendously immersive experience, as you will be able to see actors and puppets close-up. Alternatively, sit in the front and centre of the Royal Circle for an amazing panoramic view of the entire stage.