This amazing 50m sand drawing of Moses was etched onto the sands of Botany Bay to mark the opening night tonight (February 25) of stage musical The Prince of Egypt.
The show, based on the DreamWorks animated motion picture, opened in the West End at the Dominion Theatre.
A footprint on the sands of time, The Prince of Egypt has finally arrived! ⏳
This incredible 50m sand drawing of Moses was etched onto the sands of Botany Bay to mark our opening night! It’s no coincidence that the pathway leading down to the beach is named ‘Princes Walk’. ?? pic.twitter.com/58hShjp5bf
— The Prince of Egypt Musical (@PrinceOfEgyptUK) February 25, 2020
The show, featuring music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, includes Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey hits and is based on the book of Exodus.
It brings to life the story of Moses, beginning when he is discovered by Pharaoh’s wife in a wicker basket floating on the Nile.
Lovely piece of art work sand art is so good how they can see the picture in their head and do it so huge in sand. And done in Broadstairs thanet well done.