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Life Of Pi extends again thanks to 'phenomenal' demand

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.

Who’s involved in Life Of Pi?

A total of nine nominations for Olivier Awards says it all. Life of Pi has well and truly landed, with another extension to its run announced. As the show’s Producer Simon Friend said: ''We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we will once again be extending public booking for Life of Pi, and that audiences continue to flock to this unique show. We are also delighted to have been nominated for nine prestigious Olivier Awards, including the first in history to recognise puppeteers - and when you see them in action you'll see why!”

  • Olivier Best New Play and Best Actor nominations for Hiran Abeysekera
  • Best Director nomination for Max Webster
  • Best Set Design nomination for Tim Hatley, Nick Barnes and Finn Caldwell
  • Best Lighting nomination for Tim Lutkin and Andrzej Goulding
  • Best Sound Design nomination for Carolyn Downing
  • Best Original Score nomination for Andrew T Mackay
  • Best Choreographer nomination for Finn Caldwell
  • Best Supporting Actor nomination for the Tiger Puppeteers Fred Davis, Daisy Franks, Romina Hytten, Tom Larkin, Tom Stacy, Scarlet Wilderink and Habib Nasib Nader
  • Yann Martel - Original Author
  • Lolita Chakrabarti - Adaptation
  • Max Webster - Director
  • Finn Caldwell - Puppet and Movement Director
  • Tim Hatley - Set and Costume Designer
  • Tim Lutkin - Lighting Designer
  • Carolyn Downing - Sound Designer
  • Andrew T Mackay - Composer
  • Andrzej Goulding - Video Projection Designer
  • Finn Caldwell and Nick Barnes are the Puppet Designers
  • Polly Jerrold handled the original casting
  • Hiran Abeysekera takes the central role of Pi
  • Mina Anwar plays Ma and Nicholas Khan is Father
  • Payal Mistry plays Rani
  • Tom Espiner plays Father Martin and Commander Grant-Jones
  • Raj Ghatak plays Mamaji and Pandit-Ji
  • Syreeta Kumar is Mrs Biology Kumar and Zaida Khan
  • David K.S. Tse is Mr Okamoto
  • Kirsten Foster plays Lulu Chen
  • Habib Nasib Nader is the Cook and the Voice of Tiger
  • The rest of the stunning cast comprises Fred Davis (Tiger Head), Daisy Franks (Tiger Heart), Romina Hytten (Tiger Heart), Tom Larkin (Tiger Head), Tom Stacy (Tiger Hind) and Scarlet Wilderink (Tiger Heart)
  • Nuwan Hugh Perera plays Pi at some performances
  • The understudies are Alex Chang and Deeivya Meir
  • Directed by Max Webster
  • Set and Costume design by Tim Hatley
  • Puppet and Movement Direction by Finn Caldwell
  • Puppet Design by Nick Barnes and Finn Caldwell
  • Video Design by Andrzej Goulding
  • Lighting Design by Tim Lutkin
  • Sound Design by Carolyn Downing
  • The Composer is Andrew T Mackay
  • Dramaturgy is by Jack Bradley
  • The Casting Director is Polly Jerrold
  • The Associate Director is Hannah Banister
  • The Associate Set Designer is Ross Edwards
  • The Costume Supervisor is Sabrina Cuniberto
  • The Props Supervisor is Ryan O'Connor

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About Wyndhams Theatre

Wyndhams Theatre is home to three bars, all in the Grand Circle. Dating back to 1899, it opened with a revival of the play David Garrick by T W Robertson. The venue’s owner Charles Wyndham and his future wife, Mary Moore, both appeared in the production. Past shows at Wyndhams Theatre include No Man’s Land, The Kite Runner, and Don Juan in Soho.