The destination will include an immersive journey through the 7 continents of the world, told by the 96-year-old renowned nature documentarian.
The video is drawn from Seven Worlds, One Planet, the BBC’s most-watched accurate television program of 2019, which took audiences on a journey that not just commemorated the appeal of life on each of the 7 continents however likewise highlighted the lots of obstacles dealt with by nature in the contemporary world.
Now the appeal of our world will be equated through to Dakin Centre where breath-taking video will be shown on an incomparable scale, with the goal to bring the marvel back to Earl’s Court.
Visitors can anticipate to take a stunning 360-degree audio-visual journey as they marvel and check out renowned landscapes and get in touch with mesmerising animals on this legendary experience bringing environments to life.
From fireflies placing on a magnificent light program in North America, to snub-nosed monkeys gathering together to remain warm in Asia, and starving hamsters battling to keep their food in Europe, visitors will get to experience our 7 continents in all their splendor, like never ever in the past.
This brand-new London destination covers 1608 square metres and provides a really transformative experience that will permit audiences of every age to seem like they’ve entered the natural world, losing themselves in limitless marvel as they take a trip to distant locations.
Speaking about this fascinating experience, the Global Director, Live Entertainment, Gaming & Interactive for BBC Studios, May Way said: “We are delighted to partner with Moon Eye Productions and Live Nation to bring the BBC’s ground-breaking natural history content to this amazing live immersive London location for everyone to enjoy.”
Chief Creative Officer, Moon Eye Productions, Frederik van Alkemade included: “At Moon Eye Productions our goal is to develop brand-new experiences that leave visitors ‘moon-eyed’ in marvel.
“Utilising the very best nature series worldwide, thanks to BBC Studios, we understood we might develop our very first immersive occasion to accomplish our objective.
“Working with the BBC Studios team to transform the content into a 360-degree audio-visual spectacle and Sir David Attenborough to narrate has been a privilege and we are proud to present BBC Earth Experience.”
The experience is set to open on 30th March and will run for 4 months.
Tickets are now on sale from £22 for kids and £28.50 for grownups and can be booked here: www.bbcearthexperience.com
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