“Throne without a Seal” play to perform in London's West End Theatre
“The Throne without a Seal” is a well-known tragedy about the twisted struggle for succession to the throne of the Hun Dynasty, written in 1998 by the Mongolian famous writer
“The Throne without a Seal” is a well-known tragedy about the twisted struggle for succession to the throne of the Hun Dynasty, written in 1998 by the Mongolian famous writer Mr. Lkhagvasuren. Last year, the new stage version of the play was directed by the Director of Hero Entertainment Mr. Baatar. Hun Empire, this colorful theatrical performance is inspired by stunning visual forms of archeological artifacts from the extended Hun period of Mongolian history, from the rites and dance culture of nomadic tribes and traditional music of Central Asia. Importantly, the next stop of “The Throne without a Seal” is London’s West End Theatre, where it will be performed under the name "The Mongol Khan." The West End theatre is considered to represent the highest level of commercial theatre in the English-speaking world, and one of the most visited international theatres by tourists. “The Throne without a Seal” opened its grand drape for the 100th time in August 2022. Since its opening, the play has performed 117 times on the National Academic Drama Theatre stage for around 70 thousand domestic and foreign viewers, becoming the most-watched play of all time in Mongolia. According to an official source, the total earnings of the play hit 5 billion Mongolian Tugriks. Furthermore, the tragedy was presented to foreign viewers with simultaneous translation into different languages, including English, Chinese, and Korean.