Olivier-Award Winning Life of Pi Heads to Wales Millennium Centre

Get ready for a wild adventure! The Olivier-Award winning production, Life of Pi, is coming to Cardiff’s Wales Millennium Centre from 17 – 21 October on its first-ever tour of the UK and Ireland.

Starring Divesh Subaskaran in his professional debut as the central role of Pi, and an extraordinary life-size puppeteered Bengal Tiger, this stage adaptation is not to be missed!

Divesh will be joined by Antony Antunes, who performs as Tiger Hind / Cook / Father Martin, Adwitha Arumugam as Pi Alternate, Bhawna Bhawsar as Lulu Chen/Mrs Biology Kumar, Ralph Birtwell as Mamaji/ Admiral Balbir Singh, Kriss Dosanjh as Father.

The 2023 Life of Pi UK Tour cast

Sebastian Goffin and Akash Heer will perform as Tiger Head, Romina Hytten as Tiger Heart and Hind,  Katie Kennedy-Rose as Tiger Heart and Hind, Aizah Khan as Tiger Heart and Hind, Chand Martinez as Pandit-ji,  Keshini Misha as Rani, Goldy Notay as Amma, Sharita Oomeer as Lulu Chen / Mrs Biology Kumar, Kate Rowsell as Tiger Heart and Hind, Lilian Tsang as Mrs Okamoto/Zaida Khan/Ships Captain, and Peter Twose as Tiger Head/Voice of Richard Parker/Cook/Father Martin. 

Tickets for the multi-award-winning show are on sale at Wales Millennium Centre now: https://www.wmc.org.uk/en/whats-on/2023/life-of-pi

Published by Thomas Howells

The doctor said I should be in hospital for all the blood I was losing, but instead I went to drama practice

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