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Life of Pi – Meet Richard Parker the tiger

Lolita Chakrabarti's new stage adaptation has already enjoyed a critically and commercially successful world premiere in Sheffield. So it's fantastic to hear that her extraordinary stage version of Life of Pi will be transferring to the West End. The play is based on the outstanding Man Booker-winning book about a cargo ship that sinks in the Pacific Ocean leaving a hyena, a zebra, an orangutan, a 16 year-old boy and a Bengal tiger to survive together in a lifeboat. The original book is by Yann Martel and the play is directed by Max Webster.

WhatsOnStage described Life of Pi as 'a spectacular on-stage experience', and they're right thanks to designs by Tim Hatley and Finn Caldwell of Gyre and Gimble in collaboration with Nick Barnes who designed the puppets. Lighting is from Tim Lutkin, composition by Andrew Mackay, sound by Carolyn Downing, video by Andrzej Goulding and original casting by Polly Jerrold. The talented Finn Caldwell plays the tiger, manipulating the amazing puppet to perfection. It actually looks real. Amazing!

Wyndham's is set to be 'specially reconfigured' for the play, reinventing the auditorium in a creative way to change the levels, extend the stage over the stalls for a thrillingly surreal environment, and generally add to the sheer, magical intensity of the action.

The young boy who survives the shipwreck is called Pi. The Bengal tiger is called Richard Parker. The boy and the beast must learn to coexist on a lifeboat as they battle the seas and try to survive. The on-stage action is just as compelling as the movie, which was directed by Ang Lee and starred Suraj Sharma, a film that was nominated for nine Academy Awards and won four.

Why is the tiger called Richard Parker? It's complicated. Richard Parker was a character in Edgar Allan Poe's book The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. Richard Parker was the name of a boy who was cannibalised after a shipwreck in 1884, and there was a third Richard Parker, who drowned during the sinking of the Francis Spaight in 1846. The author, Yann Martel, enjoyed the coincidence and felt that so many unfortunate Richard Parkers must have a meaning.

The Guardian's five-star review said this play is 'an extraordinary journey'. The Telegraph called it a 'worthy successor to War Horse'. It is nothing if not astonishing, breathtaking and thrilling. Don't miss it.

Who is this show for?
Life of Pi is recommended for people aged eight or more.

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Life of Pi Ticket Information

  • Booking until:

    Sunday, 15 January 2023

  • Running time:

    2h 5m (incl. 1 interval)

  • Age restrictions

    Age recommendation: parental guidance. 

    Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted.

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Life of Pi reviews

4.8 out of 5 based on 180 reviews

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Latest customer reviews

Please note the reviews below are from an old production of Life of Pi.



Reviewed on 15 January 2023 by , London, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 09 January 2023 by , St. Ingbert, Germany


Spectacular show! Stunning puppetry, artistic interpretation, costumes & set design. Wonderful acting.

Reviewed on 08 January 2023 by , Godalming, United Kingdom

Adapted with creative skill

I was so curious as to how the book would be interpreted and represented as a play. Done with inspiration. Puppets amazing and sets and scenes done so cleverly.

Reviewed on 31 December 2022 by , Surrey, United Kingdom

Excellent production

Incredibly imaginative stage design - transforming a bare hospital room into a lively colourful Indian zoo, a cargo ship in a storm, a life boat on the open sea. Brilliant puppertry that brought the animals to life.

Reviewed on 25 December 2022 by , London, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 24 December 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Thoroughly enjoyable

Did not disappoint. Lead actor excellent ad brilliant puppetry. Enjoyable for any age group. Brilliant set design.

Reviewed on 23 December 2022 by , Aylesbury, United Kingdom


Superb effects and acting

Reviewed on 20 December 2022 by , Bishop's Stortford, United Kingdom

Heartwarming pure joy

Reviewed on 19 December 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Very disappointing, 10 out 10 for effort however found very difficult to follow

Reviewed on 13 December 2022 by , Leeds, United Kingdom

Live theatre at its best!

An excellent show in all respects. The agility of the players was remarkable, particularly the animal activators. The animal models were fantastic! Bring binoculars to get close up to the action and see the detail on the tiger. Must see!,

Reviewed on 10 December 2022 by , Robin Hoods Bay, United Kingdom

Pure creativity and excellence in action!!

Reviewed on 08 December 2022 by , Benalmadena, Spain


Reviewed on 05 December 2022 by , Barnstable, United States Of America

Great show

Reviewed on 03 December 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Adventurous opportunities

Reviewed on 29 November 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Excellent portrayal of the story

Reviewed on 29 November 2022 by , Lowestoft, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 28 November 2022 by , Zollikon, Switzerland

Extraordinary adaptation

Fantastic story that was brilliantly adapted for the stage from the book.

Reviewed on 26 November 2022 by , Overijse, Belgium


This show is the best I have seen in a long,long time! Everything about it was amazing,the staging, the costumes, the puppetry, the latest technology and of course the wonderful wonderful storytelling. I have never before seen actors and puppeteers so intertwined all skillfully taking on the role of both actor and puppeteer. The whole production was truly dazzling and inspirational, I would love to see it all again!

Reviewed on 17 November 2022 by , Birchington-on-sea, United Kingdom

Magical experience

Acting, puppetry, story-line and effects all first class in the magical atmosphere of an intimate theatre. Loved it.

Reviewed on 17 November 2022 by , Skibbereen, Ireland

A heartwarming performance with depth and emotion. Pi’s character was endearing and inspirational. The props and special effects were truly top class. A wonderfully entertaining evening in the company of true professionals, thank you!

Reviewed on 11 November 2022 by , Purley, United Kingdom

Choreographic brilliant, spellbinding.

We knew the story and I was sceptical about it being convincing....but I was soon drawn into the magical way it was performed. Simplicity in places was so apt. All over too soon as far as we were concerned. Tube strike made our journeys terrible but we were pleased the show was more than worth it. Actors seemed to enjoy themselves too. Don't miss it!

Reviewed on 11 November 2022 by , London, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 06 November 2022 by , Halifax, United Kingdom

A very enjobale show with excellent animations

Reviewed on 05 November 2022 by , White, United Kingdom

Fantastic puppetry

Absolutely beautiful from start to finish. We loved the set and puppetry especially.

Reviewed on 30 October 2022 by , Richmond, United Kingdom

Life Of Pi is amazing!

This is an absolute must see show. The actors work hard to tell the story and to stay true to the book. The puppetry is just wonderful - for this alone the show rates 5 stars. And the staging is just immense. I am in awe of the whole production - full of colour, vibrancy, surprises and hope, beautifully presented by a fine cast and crew.

Reviewed on 29 October 2022 by , Halifax, United Kingdom


Deep, had broken story.

Reviewed on 25 October 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Special effects masterclass

Everyone knows in advance about the puppetry but the superlative stage design and lighting effects were also unbelievably good. I especially liked the sea and fishes.

Reviewed on 23 October 2022 by , Southampton, United Kingdom


This production was brilliantly done - great acting, creative choreography,clever special effects and heartfelt telling of a story. We would definitely recommend others to go and enjoy the play.

Reviewed on 23 October 2022 by , Hythe, United Kingdom


The animations, Props etc we’re all fantastic, so real, I’d love to know how it was created. So very enjoyable.

Reviewed on 17 October 2022 by , Maryborough, Australia

Absolutely Brilliant

One of, if not the best stage show I have had the pleasure to watch

Reviewed on 16 October 2022 by , Preston, United Kingdom

We’ve just had our minds blown away by the stage version of ‘The Life of Pi’. Acting, lighting, effects and puppetry were all outstanding. Yet again this story moves, intrigues, and inspires. we’ve read the book, seen the film and now watched the play. And each version has uncovered the strory’s beautiful truths a little more. The play was utterly incredible. I even felt empathy for the animals. If you get the chance to see it, DO SO! It’s one of those life stories and one of those plays you will never forget - it will stay with you and remind you of the human strengths of facing your fears, doing what you feel is right for you - and never giving up in the face of adversity. It’s also about so much more. ❤️

Reviewed on 15 October 2022 by , Poole, United Kingdom

Wonderful! Set,stage, costumes were out of this world!

Reviewed on 09 October 2022 by , Craigavon, United Kingdom

Breath Taking

Wonderful story telling and a feast for the senses

Reviewed on 26 September 2022 by , Bedford, United Kingdom

Amazing, spectacular, beautiful.

Reviewed on 24 September 2022 by , Newbury, United Kingdom


The best show I have seen in years. Truly captivating

Reviewed on 19 September 2022 by , Tonbridge, United Kingdom


Very enjoyable show.

Reviewed on 17 September 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Wonderful,imaginative show

I love puppets and the ones in this show are spectacular especially the tiger of course. Not really suitable for young children because of scary content. The actor playing Pi gave his all in a very demanding,physical role.

Reviewed on 13 September 2022 by , Bromley, United Kingdom


The show truly was transporting and magical. Definitely recommend watching from the H row of seats, its very high up but felt like the perfect view!

Reviewed on 10 September 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Must see!

Reviewed on 09 September 2022 by , Piła, Poland

amazing atmosphere

Reviewed on 08 September 2022 by , Croydon, United Kingdom

Wonderful puppetry and superb acting.

Very colourful. Lifelike puppets that were made very well. Excellent acting. Pi was brilliant and so natural.

Reviewed on 04 September 2022 by , East Leake, United Kingdom

Great play

Great story as well as amazing acts from the performers. A must see for anyone interested in theatre.

Reviewed on 30 August 2022 by , Mansfield, United Kingdom

Life of Pi - theater version

Incredible staging and acting. The philosophical nature of the written story is lost in the masterful puppetry and gripping momentum of this 2-hour theater show, but it’s nevertheless thoroughly enjoyable.

Reviewed on 18 August 2022 by , Portland, United States Of America

Pi and the tiger were incredible

Absolutely amazing performance!!! Pi and Richard Parker were incredible

Reviewed on 17 August 2022 by , Wigginton, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 15 August 2022 by , Nakuru, Kenya

Amazing !!

Must see !

Reviewed on 15 August 2022 by , Issy Les Moulineaux, France

Poetic et enthralling ??❣️

Reviewed on 12 August 2022 by , Paris, France

Enjoyable intertaining show

Reviewed on 11 August 2022 by , Worksop, United Kingdom

Mesmerising, absolutely awesome.

My advice to everyone is BOOK, you really don't want to miss this show, the costumes are amazing, the cast are brilliant, the show is just superb.

Reviewed on 06 August 2022 by , Grantham, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 04 August 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Impressive, great staging, engaging

Very impressive and enjoyable

Reviewed on 04 August 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Majestic puppetry & performance! Highly recommended for young children and adults. Tickled all emotions.

Reviewed on 31 July 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Creative and Imaginative

Imaginative use of space, objects and puppetry to create fantastical scenes with animals and boats

Reviewed on 30 July 2022 by , Hong Kong, Hong Kong


The show was well worth watching. The puppetry was excellent and the special effects excellent. Loved the humour too.

Reviewed on 26 July 2022 by , Chadwell Heath, United Kingdom

Fabulous West End show

Totally captivated by Life of Pi - we actually cried at the end. Awesome production and the actor who played Pi was outstanding.

Reviewed on 25 July 2022 by , Poole, United Kingdom

Excellent show

Well acted, especially the actor playing Pi. Loved the animals.

Reviewed on 22 July 2022 by , Hayes, United Kingdom

Very creative production

The animals were so well done that the puppet masters were mostly invisible. They worked hard at making all movements very lifelike. The technology of the projections, the lighting and the sound effects totally engulfed you into the action of the story.

Reviewed on 16 July 2022 by , Minnetonka, United States Of America

Creative and spectacular

Very enjoyable, engaging throughout. Unexpectedly humorous. Suitable for families but not young children - some scenes with the “animals” could be upsetting. Great animation/puppetry.

Reviewed on 15 July 2022 by , Rawdon, United Kingdom


Main character really strong so the rest of the cast and the puppeteers…

Reviewed on 11 July 2022 by , Atizapan, Mexico

Beautifully adapted .

I enjoyed the original book and film . The show did not disappoint. My friend was not aware of ‘Life of Pi’ but throughly enjoyed the story and theatre experience .

Reviewed on 10 July 2022 by , Reading, United Kingdom

The animals are amazing

Reviewed on 09 July 2022 by , Sarasota, United States Of America


Absolutely fantastic.

Reviewed on 07 July 2022 by , Bristol, United Kingdom

Very engaging

Had a fantastic time watching the play. It had me engaged the whole time and though it was a sad story loved the comedy element in it. The theatre experience was very informal. Would have been nice to know how long the intermission was. Aside from that it uplifted my mood and made a great day out.

Reviewed on 04 July 2022 by , Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

Feast for your eyes and heart

Reviewed on 03 July 2022 by , London, United Kingdom


We loved it , thank you all for such great entertainment!£

Reviewed on 01 July 2022 by , Dartmouth, United Kingdom

Animated, humour, and creative

The theatre was a bit humid. It is a small theatre with cramped seats do definitely need to be cooler.

Reviewed on 28 June 2022 by , Croydon, United Kingdom

Amazing night out

Wonderful acting V vivid Thought I would get wet! Lovely story Loved the puppetry Lead actor brillant

Reviewed on 23 June 2022 by , Greenhithe, United Kingdom


Absolutely excellent in every way. Great cast, story told really well. So glad we went.

Reviewed on 14 June 2022 by , Wirral, United Kingdom

it was incredible. So much energy and action. Pi was brilliant the changes of set were mesmerising the animals were portrayed with immense skill I was overwhelmed

Reviewed on 12 June 2022 by , Baldock, United Kingdom

Highly recommend!

I loved the book and the movie, but the West End play Life of Pi is another level altogether. Amazing puppetry, lighting, music and acting brings to life the story of a boy and tiger learning to coexist on a lifeboat adrift at sea. So moving!

Reviewed on 11 June 2022 by , Petersham, Australia

Fun but serious play

Reviewed on 05 June 2022 by , North Bay Village, United States Of America

Amazing visual effects and brilliant acting

Reviewed on 03 June 2022 by , Coventry, United Kingdom


A fantastic creative and stunning performance

Reviewed on 02 June 2022 by , Hull, United Kingdom

Amazing theatrical experience

Reviewed on 30 May 2022 by , Flimwell, United Kingdom

Very good!

Reviewed on 29 May 2022 by , Reeuwijk, Netherlands

Amazing sets and lighting, wonderfully skilled puppetry

This is a wonderful theatrical experience, I am a huge theatre fan and attend performances at least twice a month. The 'Life of Pi' sets are amazing, clever and inventive enhanced by incredibly skilled lighting and visuals. It is always hard to translate an iconic book like 'Life of Pi'across to theatre, television or cinema and something is bound to be lost in the process. By enlarge this was a successful transfer, what was lost in the narrative was compensated for by the enormity of the vision and the total success of the sets and puppetry. At times the acting was somewhat wooden and stilted, I am not a fan of 'blind casting' and for me the insertion of white actors as Indians was jarring and unnecessary, however that aside it is certainly a production that I am very glad I did not miss.

Reviewed on 10 May 2022 by , Nr St Austell, United Kingdom


Such a wonderful show

Reviewed on 08 May 2022 by , Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom

Best theatre I have seen in decades

Truly mesmerising. Pi is outstanding and the puppetry masterful. Lighting, set and special effects creative genius. Pure brilliance at every level.

Reviewed on 02 May 2022 by , Twickenham, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 27 April 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Amazing Rendition of an Amazing Story

I read the book. I saw the film. But, this performance truly brought this wonderful story to life. The actors were uniformly excellent but the puppets and puppeteers were awesome!

Reviewed on 23 April 2022 by , Bethesda, United States Of America

Amazing acting and props

A delight absolute gem will bring my daughter next time. Very meaningful and great acting and props in a beautiful theatre.

Reviewed on 23 April 2022 by , Didsbury, United Kingdom

Amazing show!

Reviewed on 21 April 2022 by , Budapest Xiv., Hungary

Unusual and absorbing. Very well done

Reviewed on 20 April 2022 by , New York, United Kingdom

A beautiful tempest of colour and imagery

A faithful and, (if not somewhat thematically biased) visually stunning adaptation of the book. The costume, prop and stage design perfectly convey the thematic importance of Pi's account at sea, which like the direction, bring a new perspective to an audience with prior knowledge (or in retrospection), if not slightly limiting further interpretations.

Reviewed on 19 April 2022 by , London, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 19 April 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Excellent acting, puppetry and stage sets

Reviewed on 19 April 2022 by , Basingstoke, United Kingdom

A theatrical feast

A glorious paean for man versus nature, this performance had everything great in as far as you were watching a man, (an extremely amusing one), on a boat with a tiger in the middle of an ocean. Add the beauty of night stars, a vulnerable wilderness and incredibly skilled direction and animal puppetry. Can you tell I loved it?!

Reviewed on 16 April 2022 by , Sheffield, United Kingdom

Absolutely outstanding performance

This show was simply brilliant. A must see for all age groups.

Reviewed on 04 April 2022 by , Chichester, United Kingdom

Terrible, don't bother.

Not good, felt very dumbed down. Didn't get the hype.

Reviewed on 03 April 2022 by , Enfield, United Kingdom

Fabulous. Great effects, gripping to watch

Main character excellent. Sets marvellous. Animals animated with great skill.

Reviewed on 31 March 2022 by , Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Evocative and unique

Reviewed on 30 March 2022 by , Torino, Italy

Fabulous show

Reviewed on 25 March 2022 by , London, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 23 March 2022 by , Bristol, United Kingdom

Excellent production.

Reviewed on 17 March 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

GREAT adaptaion. GREAT show.

Reviewed on 14 March 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

don't miss!

this was real theatre, a real show. Full of colour, wonderful effects and of course, the animal puppets. A visual feast, Maybe not for children under 12 as there are scenes of death and killing, but otherwise a fantastic couple of hours of pure entertainment. My only quibble was that the some of the actors seemed to be shouting rather than projecting and this jarred a little.

Reviewed on 12 March 2022 by , Eastbourne, United Kingdom


A wonderful book and film and the stage version doesn’t disappoint in any way. This is an extraordinary technical and artistic achievement. The lighting effects are outstanding. Lose yourself in a wonderful theatre experience.

Reviewed on 10 March 2022 by , Yelverton, United Kingdom

Life of Pi

Exceptionally enjoyable.

Reviewed on 04 March 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

A touching, engaging story creatively told

Reviewed on 28 February 2022 by , Pacific Palisades, United States Of America

08 May
London Box Office

Life of Pi extends booking to 30th October 2022

by London Box Office | Sunday, May 8 2022, 21:55

Life of Pi Life of Pi has scored high from the start. It’s a real West End phenomenon. Now, having won 5 five Olivier Awards including Best New Play, public booking has extended to 30th October 2022, giving you more opportunites to see this magical production for yourself. Extraordinary doesn’t cover it. The puppetry, the scenery, and of course the exceptional performers have all contributed to what’s fast becoming a theatre legend.

Life of Pi extends booking to 30th October 2022
18 Mar
London Box Office

Life Of Pi extends again thanks to 'phenomenal' demand

by London Box Office | Friday, March 18 2022, 13:26

Life of Pi You’re keen to experience the magic of Life of Pi before it ends. This is great news for people like you. Thanks to phenomenal ongoing demand the show has extended yet again, this time until 4th September 2022. The puppetry inspires sheer awe. The acting is extraordinary. And the plot is one of the most fascinating and unusual of our times.

Life Of Pi extends again thanks to 'phenomenal' demand
07 Jan
Stuart King

Review: LIFE OF PI at Wyndham's Theatre

by Stuart King | Friday, January 7 2022, 11:06

For those who were captivated and engrossed by Yann Martel’s 2001 award winning novel, the stage adaptation will tick most of the plot boxes and mesmerise through sheer technical invention, but the production itself fails to genuinely engage on an emotional level.

The Life of Pi - Wyndham's Theatre Hiran Abeysekera (Pi) in Life of Pi at Wyndham's Theatre

Review: LIFE OF PI at Wyndham's Theatre
24 Nov
Miriam Gibson

Review: LIFE OF PI at Wyndham's Theatre

by Miriam Gibson | Wednesday, November 24 2021, 16:14

From The Lion King to Avenue Q, and The Magician's Elephant to Frozen, puppets have been become increasingly common and inventive in theatral productions. Now, puppets star in the spectacle-filled and fun production of Life Of Pi.

The Life of Pi - Wyndham's Theatre Hiran Abeysekera (Pi) Tom Larkin (Tiger Head) Nicholas Khan (Pi's Father) in The Life of Pi. Photo by by Johan Persson

Review: LIFE OF PI at Wyndham's Theatre
23 Nov
London Box Office

Life Of Pi Production Photos – Wow!

by London Box Office | Tuesday, November 23 2021, 20:28

The Life of Pi - Wyndham's Theatre Thanks go to Johan Persson for taking such fabulous production photos of the 2021 West End production of Life Of Pi, and to Helen Maybanks for taking amazing photos of Hiran and Tiger. The novel of the same name won the Man Booker prize, and Press Night takes place on Thursday 2nd December. Take a look at these new images of Life Of Pi and marvel at the skill of the actors, the puppetry, and the extraordinary plot. This really is a show to remember.

Life Of Pi Production Photos – Wow!
13 Oct
London Box Office

Life of Pi - West End Premiere cast announced

by London Box Office | Wednesday, October 13 2021, 11:56

Life of Pi The amazing show inspired by Yann Martel's magical Man-Booker prize winning book is finally due on stage in the West End. Welcome to Life Of Pi, a story so strange, so magical and so unexpected that you'll be glued to your seat. The drama kicks off on 15th November 2021 and you'll adore this epic journey of endurance and hope. The special effects are quite simply spectacular, and the full cast has just been announced.

Life of Pi - West End Premiere cast announced
13 Jan
Phil Willmott

6 of the Best 2020 Shows You Should Book in Advance: 4. THE LIFE OF PI

by Phil Willmott | Monday, January 13 2020, 15:58

Life of Pi There are certain shows that you know will sell out fast either because of the title or the creative team and stars. In a series of 6 articles we report on the likely box-office smashes of the forth coming year so you can book in advance and not miss out. Use our search engine at the top of the page to find the perfect performance to suit you and get booking!

6 of the Best 2020 Shows You Should Book in Advance: 4. THE LIFE OF PI
14 Oct
Phil Willmott

The Life of Pi Comes to London

by Phil Willmott | Monday, October 14 2019, 08:36

Life of Pi Here’s some exciting news. The new, highly acclaimed, stage adaptation of the THE LIFE OF PI, the Man Booker prize winning tale of a boy and a tiger is coming to London.

The Life of Pi Comes to London