Enjoy the mesmerizing London show, The Lion King at the magnificent Lyceum Theatre London! Walt Disney’s made its London debut in the year 2000 and still ruling the box office. 347 more words
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My housemate and I went to watch The Lion King at the Lyceum theatre in London last month. I had a very sheltered childhood in regards to what I was allowed to watch on television and books I was able to read so The Lion King was one of my favourites which I’d read over and over again! 403 more words
The next time someone tries to tell me Facebook is a bad thing (I have a colleague who tells me this with monotonous regularity, so it undoubtedly won’t be long), I plan to tell them the story of the London Musical Theatre Orchestra. 613 more words
The London Musical Theatre Orchestra made its West End debut with a cosy and heartwarming concert performance of Alan Menken’s A Christmas Carol.
If there is a better way to get into the festive spirit or even truly believe in Christmas than watching A Christmas Carol or listening to Alan Menken, Lynn Ahrens and Mike Ockrent’s beautiful musical then I have yet to discover it. 406 more words
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The Lyceum’s Alice is a sumptuous affair, with a gorgeously decadent design aesthetic. Of course, the imagery is all there in the source material (by which I mean both Lewis Carroll’s novel and John Tenniel’s original illustrations), but it’s beautifully realised here by designer Francis O’Connor, with a set and costumes that are at once familiar and completely new. 243 more words
The London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s Christmas performance of Alan Menken and Lynn Ahrens’ musical will reunite the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels co-stars.
Taking place at the Lyceum Theatre on the 19th December, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s festive concert will see Robert Lindsay playing the role of Scrooge with Alex Gaumond as Bob Cratchit. 234 more words
The London Musical Theatre Orchestra has confirmed the cast for its Christmas concert performance of Alan Menken and Lynn Ahrens hit musical version of A Christmas Carol. 293 more words