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The Lion King Coming To Bangkok In September

For Broadway fanatics in Asia, it is time to book a 4 star hotel in Bangkok because The Lion King by Disney is coming to Bangkok. This is the first time that the top grossing musical has gone for an international tour and it’s none other than in the kingdom of Thailand.

The musical is brought to the country by Michael Cassel Group in partnership with Disney Theatrical Productions. According to the two companies, they are happy to be able to finally reveal to the public regarding the international tour stop in Thailand. The Lion King will be conducting shows in Bangkok this coming September 2019. The venue will be at Muangthai Rachadalai Theatre and the production will be organized and managed by BEC-Tero Scenario.

This is not the first country to be visited by the production because it has already managed to sell out shows in a number of countries including South Korea, Singapore and the Philippines. Its next leg of the international tour will be in Taiwan. Disney decided to launch an international tour in celebration of the 20th anniversary of The Lion King.

Michael Cassel of Michael Cassel Group, the CEO and the producer of the show, said that they are overwhelmed with the response they have received all over the globe. Many are looking forward to seeing the multiple award musical. He admitted that even after all these years he is still unable to believe the level of history it has created.

He shared that this will be the first time that The Lion King will organize a show in Bangkok – a global city known for its vibrancy and dynamic. The production is quite a feat because it spans 19 different nationalities. The historical production will soon captivate the Thai fans.

The Lion King, since its production, has already reaches a new level of art when it comes to musical theatre from its choreography to its staging and even with the costumes.

After booking a 4 star hotel in Bangkok, guests are advised to book tickets to the show beforehand through online. The lowest priced ticket is worth 1,500 baht.

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