Marvel Universe LIVE! Heads to the UK!

Marvel Universe LIVE! Heads to the UK!


The Marvel Universe will assemble in this new stage show that will hit the UK later this year!

When Thor shatters the Cosmic Cube so it will not fall into the wrong hands, Loki decides to scour the Earth looking for the pieces. He plans to reform the Cube and destroy the Earth. Only the Avengers, Spider-Man and the X-Men can stop him.

The stage show has been a success entertaining more than two million families in over 65 cities whilst touring the United States and now it finally hits the shores of the United Kingdom. Featuring state of the art special effects, martial arts, aerial acrobatics, skateboarders, archery and motorcycle stunts, this is going to be an excitement filled show.

Marvel Universe LIVE! took two years to develop and was created by Field Productions, the team behind Disney On Ice.

Steven Armstrong, VP of Europe North at Feld Entertainment Inc, said:

“We are delighted to bring Marvel Universe LIVE! to the UK, giving families an opportunity to enjoy this spectacular live show for the very first time.

“The audience will feel like they’ve been transported into a jaw-dropping Marvel blockbuster film, with an engrossing storyline and non-stop stunts.”

Marvel’s chief creative officer Joe Quesada added:

“To see all the elements of this spectacular live show come together has been truly incredible.

“The technology utilised in the show is not only going to blow your mind, it is going to take you to a whole new Marvel world like nothing British families have ever seen before.

 

The stage show will tour the UK from 8th September 2016 to 29th January 2017.

Whilst some pre-sale tickets for the show will be available on the 26th February, the rest will be on general sale from 9am on March 4th.

You can find out more information and order ticket at the official website, Marvel Universe LIVE!

 

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John Abbitt

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    Well I know what I’m going to be buying on Friday!

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