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Experience the stunning artistry, the unforgettable music and the exhilarating choreography of this musical theater phenomenon-one of the most awe-inspiring productions ever brought to life on stage. A remarkable tale of hope and adventure, THE LION...more
This show was awesome. And my 16 year old loved it.
The show is two hours with a 15 minute intermission. Do not go to the bathroom during intermission. The line was so long.
Definitely recommend this show
Being a New Yorker, you walk by the theatre all the time yet you never really know that magic that lies inside. Huge bucklist item and would recommend for ALL (over 8 years old) If you can, it is super worth it to buy directly...More
I wasn't really wanting to see the Lion King, but it was an affordable ticket that fit our schedule. So off we went. The Minskoff Theatre is very nice and has tons of leg room. So that helped right off the bat. And then once...More
Amazing, stunning, breathtaking! Took our kids, 13 & 11 and we were all just memorized! Costumes were outstanding, songs and talent were top notch. Loved everything about this show! We sat up in the balcony and had a great view of it all!!!!
Date of experience: December 2018
Nicholas_DTP, Manager at The Lion King, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for the 10 star review! We love hearing about our guests experience and are glad you had a memorable evening. We hope to see you again at another Disney production in the West End!
Response from EtienneBekker | Reviewed this property |
If you are sure you want to watch Lion King get the tickets as soon as possiable, as this is a very popular show and the longer you wait the more exspensive the tickets will become and the beat seats will be sold out... More
If you are sure you want to watch Lion King get the tickets as soon as possiable, as this is a very popular show and the longer you wait the more exspensive the tickets will become and the beat seats will be sold out... enjoy!
"Fancy" but kid-friendly restaurant in Cincinnati (14 Replies)
Hi! We are taking our kids (ages 7&8) to the Lion King at the Aronoff. We want to make a big event of it, so are looking for a "fancy" restaurant that is also kid friendly (at least as far as the food goes!). Any suggestions? Thank you!
April 21, 2015|
I've tried to come up with something "fancy" yet appropriate for the age bracket. So many of the downtown venues are either way too formal for the age or too adult or too business in their orientation for kids. Nicholson's Tavern and Pub came first to mind since its right across the street from the Aronoff. Moerlein Lager House has become a popular venue that isn't too formal but if the Reds are playing that day it would be a nightmare. Montgomery Inn at the Boathouse isn't too formal and...More
Scarborough, Queensland, Australia
Broadway show. (20 Replies)
We have seen a few of the shows on Broadway in Australia. Beautiful, Lion King, Aladdin, Kinky Boots (we loved). Can anyone recommend a show for a 76 year old ‘hipp’ lady and my 46;year old daughter. We will be in NYC late September early October. My husband and I saw Mama Mia on Broadway last time we were there, loved it. Would love some recommendations.
June 19, 2018|
I would look into Come From Away or Waitress.
A bit of advice, please. (6 Replies)
My husband and I have decided to bring our two daughters (4 and 7) to NYC over the 4th of July. We'd like to see a show, but I guess our only options are Tarzan or Lion King (we've seen Beauty and the Beast). Tarzan isn't getting the best word and believe it or not, I'm having trouble finding tickets. I know Lion King is supposed to be fantastic, but my husband just can't get excited about it because we have seen the movie so many times. There are other shows that I'm sure the older one would...More
April 20, 2006|
Thanks so much NYCgirl. I think I will definitely have to think outside of the box. I like the Drumstruck idea and the Victory theater.