Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Bahrain Grand Prix weekend

World-renowned theatre shows to captivate fans at Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.

A pair of captivating theatre shows have been lined up as part of the weekend’s colourful off-track entertainment at the 2016 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, happening April 1 to 3 at Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) in Sakhir.

SIRO-A from Japan and Ticket to Bollywood from India are the two internationally renowned productions that will be delighting fans all throughout the race weekend.

The shows will be held at a specially erected tent in BIC’s F1 Village vending area.

There will be three performances a day for each production. Entrance will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Those interested in watching any of the performances must strictly adhere to the timings so as not to miss out. The schedule of the shows will be announced soon by BIC.

SIRO-A is a revolution in live entertainment, fusing mime, ground-breaking visual effects and an electro soundtrack to create a mind-blowing theatrical experience that is a feast for the senses.

Through dance, mime and puppetry, the company of six SIRO performers interact with technology in a way never seen before. Featuring spectacular video projection, light animation, stunning laser effects and a pulsating electro beat, SIRO-A is family entertainment like no other.

Meanwhile, Ticket to Bollywood is a high-octane production from Mumbai.

With fantastic costumes and joyful music, the show is an homage to one of the world’s greatest film industries – Bollywood. It brings to life the glitz and glamour of Bollywood song and dance.

Packed with a whirlwind of colour, emotion and energetic choreography, Ticket to Bollywood has been created to represent India.

The show has been toured to China, Europe, Canada, the US, the Caribbean, Egypt, Turkey, the Maldives and Japan to huge audiences and thunderous applause.

The world-class theatre shows are only one part of the fantastic family entertainment that will be on hand at this year’s Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.

Tickets to the Bahrain Grand Prix continue to be available. They cost BD150 apiece for the Main Grandstand and BD120 for the Batelco Grandstand. For the Turn One Grandstand, they are BD100 each, while tickets for both the University Grandstands and Victory Grandstand are BD60 apiece.

Children aged three to 12 years old can get tickets for half the price, while entry is free of charge for those below three years old.

All tickets are for three-day access to the Grand Prix weekend. Tickets are being sold at the BIC stands in Bahrain City Centre and Seef Mall (Seef District), BIC’s official website www.bahraingp.com, or by calling the BIC Hotline on +973-17-450000.

 

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