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                                        Lyceum Theatre London

The magnificent Lyceum Theatre is known for its huge occupancy and is regarded as one of the largest theatres in London. With an astounding occupancy 2100, theatre bas been categorized into three levels as Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle. The theatre is located in an area known as Covent Garden which is hugely exciting and lively. It is one of the most lively parts of the London’s Theatreland.

 Lyceum Theatre London is located near some of the finest restaurants along with high street shops and tourist spots of London. Some of the famous tourist attractions of London near Lyceum Theatre are Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market and Royal Opera House, whereas Soho, Leicester Square and Chinatown are also at the a nearby distance.

 Lyceum Theatre London is located at an accessible location and can be visited via various modes of commutation such as tubes, buses, cars and taxis. For the disabled patrons and their carers, discounted tickets are available. The box office of Lyceum theatre is equipped with induction loop and infra-red system at refreshment kiosk.

 The stunning theatre is situated at Westminster on Wellington Street with a history which dates back to 1772. At that time, theatre was abode for exhibitions and concerts close to the current site. Since then theatre has undergone various transformations. The current appearance of the building owes a lot to its renovation which underwent in the year 1834 by Samuel Beazley.

 Lyceum Theatre London has produced a huge variety of Shakespeare’s works and also one of the famous venue for concerts of some of the legendary bands from 60s and 70s such as Queen, Led Zeppelin, The Grateful Dead, The Who, U2, The Smiths and Culture Club. In the year 1996, theatre underwent huge refurbishments followed by some of the finest shows such as Oklahoma and Jesus Christ. Since 1999, The Lion King is running with houseful shows. It has become of the most critically and commercially acclaimed shows of London!