Sir David Attenborough is one of the most incredible men in the world, considering he's made it so accessible for us to visit the depths of the earth we never thought possible, and get more of an understanding of the beautiful creatures who habit this Earth alongside us.
Not gonna lie, my fave Planet Earth II moment was definitely the Pygmy Sloth. I just wish it could have had the proper 'Happily Ever After' ending it deserved.
It's not a lie to admit how breathtaking the show is, but imagine if you could see it with a live orchestra. Personally, I think that sounds like the greatest gift in the world. David Attenborough, scenes of nature's beauty played out live in front of you. SIGN ME UP FOR 10 TICKETS, PLEASE.
With the score produced by the legendary Hans Zimmer, it's bound to be absolutely breath-taking to watch. Talking about when he first saw the scenes for the show, the composer said: "Planet Earth II is one of the most amazing things I've ever been involved in: some of the greatest action scenes ever put on film, some of the most emotional, epic, fragile scenes I've ever witnessed. Filmmaking at its absolute peak."
Credit: Planet Earth II
Speaking about the live orchestra experience, which will take place at The Royal Albert Hall, Artistic Director Lucy Noble said: "This astounding series took natural history to a whole new level, capturing the wonder of nature on an unprecedented scale and revealing our planet from a new perspective,"
"But nothing compares to seeing it on the big screen with a live orchestra: a marriage of memorable music and stunning visuals, bringing the audience to the most spectacular landscapes and habitats on earth and eye-to-eye with the animals that live there."
Tickets for the show go on sale Friday 8th December 2017 at 9am, and you can buy them here.
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