The zoo has initiated the screening of the movie Life of Pi at its premises. The film is a version of Yann Martel’s novel from the year 2001. The novel is based on a Bengali tiger trapped on a boat with Pi, a young man following a zoo container going down the Pacific. Before the screening zoo goers will be able to witness actual and virtual tigers as a pre-film twilight tour.
The movie will be screened silently with the aid of headphones. A glass of champagne will be served at the premise, although the food will have to be purchased. The incredible cinematic adventure has been the winner of several golden globes and Oscars last year. What better way to watch this masterpiece but by surrounding yourself with pure wildlife at an ideal setting such as the London Zoo. The screening promises a truly high definition experience that will be alleviated by the tiger territory tour before the screening.
To enjoy this box office smash hit with a firsthand experience of Sumatran tigers Jae Jae and Melati, head over to London Zoo this May 2013. The show will be screened over 4 days from the 29th of April to the 3rd of May 2013 from 7.30 to 10.30 in the evenings. So brace yourself for four days of Pi!
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