UnUsUaL bringing Walking with Dinosaurs tour to Asia

UnUsUaL bringing Walking with Dinosaurs tour to Asia

By: 
PC Lee
19/06/18, 10:52 pm

SINGAPORE (June 19): UnUsUaL is launching the Asian tour of Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular.

Walking with Dinosaurs is based on the award-winning BBC Television Series which was produced by Global Creatures.

The $20 million globally-acclaimed production has been watched by over 9 million people in more than 250 cities.

The tour is expected to start in the second half of 2019 and comprises 117 shows across a total of 11 cities

Countries and cities expected to be covered in the upcoming Asia Tour include Malaysia; Singapore; Taipei; Seoul; Shanghai, Beijing, Wuhan, Guangzhou and Hong Kong in China; Manila and Jakarta.

The tour will be organised by UnUsUaL Entertainment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of UnUsUaL, and Sliding Door Entertainment.

"I have no doubt, as in the past 250 or more cities it has toured, the show will wow one and all.” says Leslie Ong of UnUsUaL, parent company of UnUsUaL Entertainment.

Shares in UnUsUaL closed at 46 cents on Tuesday.

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