HOW DO I FIND OUT ABOUT ACCESS FACILITIES AT THE THEATRE?
The Lyceum Theatre is fully accessible to disabled, deaf and visually impaired guests. THE LION KING is committed to making your experience as easy and enjoyable as possible.
If you have any specific requirements / questions please call 0800 912 6972 or email Lyceumboxoffice@theambassadors.com.
ARE THERE FACILITIES FOR PEOPLE WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS?
THE LION KING regularly schedules audio described performances 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.
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 let your sales advisor know 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.
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.
ARE THERE FACILITIES FOR PEOPLE WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENTS?
THE LION KING regularly schedules sign-interpreted performances 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.
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.
WHEN IS THE NEXT ASSISTED PERFORMANCE?
The next ‘Stagetext’ captioned performances of THE LION KING will take place on Wednesday 2 May 2018 at 7.30pm and Sunday 26 August 2018 at 2.30pm.
The next ‘Vocaleyes’ audio described performances of THE LION KING will take place on Tuesday 6 March 2018 at 7.30pm and Sunday 22 July 2018 at 2.30pm, with a touch tour at 12.30pm on 22 July.
The next ‘Theatre Sign’ signed performances will take place on Sunday 4 March 2018 at 2.30pm and Sunday 29 July 2018 at 2.30pm.
Please note that it is advisable to book for these performances well in advance as tickets are subject to availability.
HOW DO I BOOK ACCESS CONCESSIONS?
Disabled, deaf and visually impaired concessions can either be booked over the phone on 0800 912 6972, in person at the Box Office, or by emailing Lyceumboxoffice@theambassadors.com. Concessions are subject to availability.
IS THE THEATRE ACCESSIBLE FOR WHEELCHAIR USERS?
There are eight wheelchair spaces available in the Stalls seating area.
The wheelchair accessible entrance is via a double exit door situated at the front of the theatre on Wellington Street. This is clearly marked and provides level access to the Accessible Toilets, the Stalls Bar and the Stalls seating area.
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.
ARE THERE DISABLED PARKING SPACES CLOSE TO THE THEATRE?
There are parking spaces for blue badge holders close to the theatre.
The nearest car parks are located in Chinatown and Leicester Square and can be booked in advance by calling Qpark on 0800 243 348
Tickets for the Theatreland parking scheme can be validated within the Lyceum Theatre. This can be done in the foyer cloakroom.
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SECURITY AT THE THEATRE
Your security is of the utmost importance to us. To make sure your visit is as safe as possible, security checks are in place at the theatre, including bag checks.
As a result, it may take longer to get into the building. We therefore recommend you arrive in plenty of time.
We strongly advise that you do not bring large bags to the theatre. Cloakroom facilities are available for coats and umbrellas, but we are unable to accept large bags and luggage.
If you have any questions about your visit, please
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HOW TO GET TICKETS
Schedule includes two matinee performances each weekend
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