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Life of Pi, the novel written by Man Booker Prize-winning writer Yann Martel, has sold over 15 million copies worldwide. The extraordinary novel, Life of Pi, is now presented with breathtaking puppetry and state-of-the-art visuals in this globally acclaimed beautiful adaptation by Lolita Chakrabarti, with Max Webster directing. Book the best West End Life of Pi tickets before all the good seats are gone
Life of Pi is based on the book of the same name by Yann Martel. As a winner of the Man Booker Prize, it is certainly worth a read. It is a renowned novel and an international bestseller. The book was also adapted into a theatrical film directed by Ang Lee and written by David Magee. The film was released in 2012 and was a huge success.
The story takes us to the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean where five survivors, after the sinking of a cargo ship, are stranded on a lifeboat. The five survivors stranded on the boat include a sixteen-year-old boy named Pi, an orangutan, a hyena, a zebra, and a Royal Bengal tiger. It is an epic journey of endurance and hope where nature is testing and time is against them, and teaches us not to give up even in the most challenging conditions.
Life of Pi is set in the mid-1970s when a cargo ship sinks in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and the journey of a 16-year-old boy starts with a Bengal tiger and a few other friends. The vast Pacific Ocean poses many tough tests. Take it all in at the Wyndham's Theatre, London. Buy your best West End stage Life of Pi tickets now.
Life of Pi is not based on a true story. It is a fictional story based on a book released in 2001. It has been adapted into a film and the stage production will be at Wyndham's Theatre in London soon.
The production is handled by Simon Friend in association with Playing Field and Robert Bartner. Backing the production is director Max Webster, and the puppets were designed by Nick Barnes and Finn Caldwell.
The cast includes Hiran Abeysekera, Alex Chang, Fred Davis, Mina Anwar, Sagar Arya, David K.S. Tse, Kirsten Foster, Daisy Franks, Tom Espiner, Raj Ghatak, Syreeta Kumar, Nuwan Hugh Perera, Sarah Kameela Impey, Tom Larkin, Deeivya Meir, Habib Nasib Nader, Romina Hytten, and Scarlet Wilderink.
The age rating of the show is 8+.
The running time of Life of Pi at the Wyndham Theatre in London is two hours and five minutes, including the interval.
Life of Pi is being performed at Wyndham's Theatre, 32-36 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA, United Kingdom.
The nearest bus stop is on Charing Cross Road and bus numbers 24, 29, and 176 can be used. For the stop at Shaftesbury Avenue, you can choose bus number 14.
The nearest Tube station is Leicester Square, which is a one-minute walk from the theatre. The station is opposite the theatre.
The nearest train station is Charing Cross.
You can park your car at St Martin's Lane Hotel, which is a two-minute walk from the theatre.
There is an adapted toilet present in the box and the toilets for men and women are eight steps upstairs from the foyer bar and two steps down. There is a non-adapted toilet one step down which can be accessed from St Martin's Court. The support staff will always be present to assist you.
Seating for wheelchair users is set aside and you can ask the staff for help.
Wheelchair access is present in Box A at the back of the stalls. This area can be accessed via a side entrance on Charing Cross Road, which has a wheelchair lift.
Monday and Wednesday-Saturday: 7:45 p.m.
Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday: 3:00 p.m.
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There are many family-friendly options to eat near the theatre. You can try Gaby's, J Sheekey, Caffe Nero, Browns Restaurant and Bar, and many other great options near the theatre area. Bon appétit!
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