The Minskoff Theatre, New York
Since opening on Broadway in November 1997, THE LION KING has become the most successful musical in history. It currently plays 8 times a week at the Minskoff Theatre, in the heart of Times Square.
Lyceum Theatre, London
THE LION KING opened at London’s historic Lyceum Theatre in 1999. Situated in the legendary Covent Garden area, the Lyceum is one of the West End’s largest and most beautiful theatres. THE LION KING London continues to break records and remains the West End’s best-selling musical.
Walt Disney Grand Theatre, Shanghai
For the first time, the incredible music, drama and grandeur of The Lion King comes to life in a Mandarin-language live production—exclusively at Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown.
Theater Im Hafen, Hamburg
Located on the edge of Hamburg’s magnificent harbor, the Theater im Hafen Hamburg attracts audiences from across Germany, who travel to the theatre on special LION KING boats. Since opening in 2001, THE LION KING has reigned as Germany’s most successful musical.
The Shiki Theatre Haru, Tokyo
THE LION KING premiered in Tokyo in 1998 and continues to delight audiences around Japan to this day. Two productions are currently running, in Tokyo at the Shiki Theatre Haru and Osaka at the Osaka Shiki Theatre.
Telcel Theater, Mexico City
The home of THE LION KING in Mexico City is Telcel Theater, located in one of the largest mixed-use developments in Latin America. The theater is at the heart of this iconic new complex called Plaza Carso, which also features two world-class museums, a shopping center, residential and office towers, and an aquarium.
AFAS CIRCUSTHEATER, SCHEVENINGEN
Set to open in The Netherlands for the second time after sell-out performances in 2004, THE LION KING will begin performances at the AFAS Circustheater this October.
Lope de Vega Theatre, Madrid
Situated on Madrid’s iconic Gran Via, the Lope de Vega Theatre has been home to the first Spanish-language production of THE LION KING since 2011. The production is now the longest-running in the country’s history and is truly a landmark in Spain’s capital.