Why See National Geographic - Symphony for Our World?
A Brand new production!
For over one hundred years, the National Geographic has been at the forefront of scientific education, astounding generations with ever more spectacles of nature, history, wildlife and more. Now they pour their expertise into this brand new concert and visual fusion, taking you on a breathtaking journey around some of the most incredible wonders of our world.
Scored by brand new compositions from Emmy and BAFTA nominated musicians Austin Fray and Andrew Christie performed by a live orchestra, Symphony for Our World promises to show you the most stunning sites on the earth, from the frozen ice caps, bustling rainforests and jungles, magnificent mountains and all the way to the mysterious depths of the oceans.
Performance date: 25 April 2019
Cast and Creative
Daveed Diggs as Narrator
What you thought
3 reviews, average rating: (4.0 Stars)
My wife and I loved the program. The venue now that’s another story.... more
This show was so beautiful! It was family friendly, inspiring and entertaining.... more
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