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Lyceum Theatre Seating Plan - 1913 seats reviewed

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Please note that this seating plan is for illustration purposes. While we've done our best to represent the official seating plan layout accurately, there may be some small differences.

About the Lyceum Theatre

Located just off the Strand on Wellington Street, the Lyceum Theatre is one of the most beautiful and grandeur theatres in the West End. Built in 1795 this two thousand, one hundred seat venue is also full of London history as throughout the years it served not only as a theatre but was the first location to host an exhibition of waxworks by Madame Tussaud and in the post Second World War period it was converted into a ballroom. During the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s many iconic bands such as U2, The Clash, The Smiths and Queen played at The Lyceum making it one of the most thrilling concert venues in the whole of the capital. Following a thirteen years period of closure The Lyceum Theatre opened to the public in 1999 and since then has been home to one of the most successful musicals of all times: THE LION KING. For anyone with an interest in historic buildings and architecture a visit to The Lyceum Theatre is a must. In 1904 the building had almost been completely rebuilt in Rococo style, making the venue rich in detailed and unique ornaments. Despite the fact that The Lyceum Theatre has one of the largest auditoriums in the West End it still manages to provide great views across all the three seating sections, with only a few minimal restriction views and with great acoustics it allows sound to travel across reaching audiences at the very back of the theatre.