(PRWEB) July 24, 2012
From July 29th to August 7th, at the Summer Olympic Games in London, the guests of the Russia.Sochi.Park in Kensington Gardens will witness a fantastic ice show - "Sochi: Small Stories of a Big City". 6 Olympic champions and 18 world champions, including such Russian stars as Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov, Aleksey Yagudin, Ilya Averbukh, Tatiana Totmyanina and Maksim Marinin are involved in this grand show, which is presented by World Champion and medalist of the Olympic Games in figure skating, Ilya Averbukh. In total, more than a dozen theatrical performances will be presented during the Games at the Sochi.Park ice rink.
The project "Sochi: Small Stories of a Big City" is a new benchmark in the genre of ice skating performances which will bring together the dynamics of figure skating, the art of dance, the emotions of a dramatic scene and circus art. An ice show on such a scale will be presented abroad for the first time; therefore all the visitors of the Russia.Sochi.Park can expect a really unique sight. During the evenings, the Sochi.Park ice arena will transform into a winter wonderland in a London summer, creating an atmosphere which will captivate at the 2014 Games in Sochi.
Notes to the editor
The Russia.Sochi.Park project in London’s prestigious Kensington Gardens – home to the Russian Delegation in London - comprises Russia.Park and Sochi.Park - two sites that will operate between July 26 and August 12. They will be located in direct proximity to each other, just 700 meters apart, giving guests the opportunity to move between the sites without wasting any time.
Russia.Park is a summer festival-style fun park, spread over a 10,000m2 area in Perks Field. Here it will be possible to introduce yourself to Russian culture, cuisine and sports history, see well-known Russian Olympians with your own eyes and hear the performances of teams from various corners of Russia.
Sochi.Park is the official site of the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee at the Olympic Games in London 2012, and is designed to promote and make the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Games popular, as well as the city of Sochi, the Krasnodar Region and the Russian Federation as hosts for the staging of the Games. Thanks to innovative technologies, the visitors of the site will have the opportunity to travel through all of Russia to Sochi, the host city of the next Olympic Games, and an interactive 4D lift will "lift" guests to the snowy mountain tops. Theatrical performances on ice will be the center of the Sochi.Park cultural program. A total of 6 Olympic Champions and 18 World Champions in figure skating will perform on the ice rink.