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The Times says, 'Long after the curtain falls, Life of Pi will make you believe in the power of theatre'. The Guardian said it's an 'extraordinary journey. Unmissable'. The Sunday Times said Life of Pi 'will make you believe in theatre. A triumph'. The Observer said that 'everything about this production is amazing', and the Mail on Sunday said the puppetry is 'out of this world'. That's what we call five star reviews, and that's why this extraordinary play is about to blow your mind. If you've seen the film, you'll love it. If you've read the book, you'll adore it. Welcome to Lolita Chakrabarti's fresh stage adaptation of Yann Martel’s best-selling novel.
The plot? Life of Pi is about a cargo ship that sinks leaving a hyena, zebra, orangutan, Bengal tiger and 16 year-old Pi, an Indian boy, in the lifeboat, the only survivors. It's based on the Canadian book published in 2001 and stars Piscine Molitor Patel, shortened to Pi, a young Tamil boy who manages to survive a total of 227 days in a lifeboat on the mighty Pacific Ocean, accompanied by a massive Bengal tiger called Richard Parker. The book sold more than ten million copies. It won numerous prizes. The 2012 movie was directed by Ang Lee, with screenplay from David Magee. Now it's on stage at the specially-remodelled Wyndhams theatre and theatre lovers across the UK and beyond are waiting to buy tickets. Make sure you don't miss out!