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National Geographic Live coming to Burlington

National Geographic Live. A clown fish in a coral reef and penguins on top of ice.

A wonderful show called National Geographic Live is coming to Burlington.  This show is about immersive storytelling paired with unforgettable behind-the-scene imagery of adventures straight from National Geographic photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes.

Burlington residents will be able to see some of the most incredible ocean sights at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre with the event of “Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice.” Two photographers from the National Geographic team will take the audience to a hidden universe with underwater imagery and footage.

The visual journey will feature three marine environments, Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea, showing the centre of the world in term of marine biodiversity.  Then, ticket holders will get a look into Antarctic waters capturing seals, penguins, shipwrecks and icebergs.  Finally, Canada’s Golf of St. Lawrence featuring whales, wolfish and salmon.  This show will see never-before-seen images from the assignments of these National Geographic photographers.

On Thursday January 26th residents will have the option of the matinee starting at 1:00pm or the evening show starting at 7:00pm. The ticket prices start at $20 for the matinee show.  It is approximately 75 minutes in length and will be held in the main theatre at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre. (440 Locust Street, Burlington, Ontario, L7S 1T7)

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