Preparations for the awe inspiring musical The Lion King is very well underway at Bristol Hippodrome. Staff at the Bristol Hippodrome is now well acquainted with the sights and sounds of this amazing production that depicts the African Savannah.
Online PR News – 10-August-2012 – Bristol Hippodrome 12 August, 2012 – Preparations for the awe inspiring musical The Lion King is very well underway at Bristol Hippodrome. Staff at the Bristol Hippodrome is now well acquainted with the sights and sounds of this amazing production that depicts the African Savannah. Previews of this cultural phenomenon are going to begin on 31 August ahead of its opening night on 6 September.
The character of Mufasa is going to be played by Cleveland Cathnott. He has started rehearsing to get used to the distinctive masks, intricate costumes and stunning puppets to well portray his iconic character. Cast members usually require time consuming and hard rehearsals portray a broad array of insects and animals, as well as the grass and plants of African wildlife.
Carbon graphite is a durable material that is used to build airplanes this same material is utilized in the making of masks but it seems that the masks worn by cast members are carved in oak. The weight of these masks is just 11 ounces that is extremely lightweight. The crew and orchestra for the show is over 100 and Cleveland Cathnott is going to be assisted by a company of 47 other performers.
One of the energetic dance numbers “Chow Down” involves a cast that portrays hyenas which are among the 26 different types of animals that they create in the production. Fans can experience all this by grabbing The Lion King tickets.
There is a great chance to view the lot of shows of The Lion King at Bristol Hippodrome. The previews start from 31 August before a run which is going to open on 6 September and will continue until 17 November . Disney’s The Lion King will be a complete feast for the attendees. This show is worth watching for all ages whether families, adults, couples and singles. Tickets are selling like hell and it often happens that the show sold out completely even before the people come to know that the show is coming to their town. Its time to gear up and to snatch The Lion King tickets in order to not to miss this precious opportunity.