Join multi-award winning wildlife cameraman and presenter Colin Stafford-Johnson for an evening of hair raising stories from 30 years filming in some of the wildest places left on earth.
Nov 1st Dublin, Mermaid Arts Centre - +353 1 272 4030 SOLD OUT
Nov 3rd Limerick, Lime Tree Theatre - +353 61 953 400 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 6th Galway, Town Hall Theatre - +353 91 569 777 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 7th Killarney, INEC - +353 64 667 1555 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 8th New Ross, St. Michael’s Theatre - +353 51 421 255 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 9th Ennis, Glor Theatre - +353 65 684 3103 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 11th Monaghan, The Garage Theatre - +353 47 39777 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 14th Cork, The Everyman - +353 21 450 1673 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 15th Newbridge, Riverbank Arts Centre - +353 45 448327 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 16th Dublin, Axis Ballymun - +353 1 883 2100 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 17th Westport, Town Hall Theatre - +353 98 28459 SOLD OUT
Nov 18th Carlow, Visual Arts - +353 59 917 2400 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 20th Strabane, The Alley Theatre - 028 7138 4444 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 21st Sligo, Hawk’s Well Theatre - +353 71 916 1518 GET TICKETS HERE
Nov 22nd Waterford, Theatre Royal - +353 51 874 402 GET TICKETS HERE
How can viewing a pen and ink sketch of a tropical bird at the age of six change your life? How do you become a wildlife cameraman? How do you end up naming the world's most famous tiger? What are the challenges filming the wild, the weird and the wonderful?
Filming and presenting the 'Secret Life of the Shannon', 'Wild Ireland' and 'Living the Wildlife' has lead to adventures in every corner of Ireland. Hear about Colin's most special wildlife encounters close to home and learn how to witness them for yourself in what promises to be a spell binding evening.
Meet the Hedgehogs - 20th June, Channel 5 @ 8pm.
Steve Backshall visits a hedgehog rescue centre in Surrey founded by Brian May. He meets the dedicated staff and discovering the stories behind some of the animals being treated, helps to release a successfully treated hedgehog back into the wild, and offers advice on how to make a garden into a welcoming environment for the creatures.
Join Saba Douglas-Hamilton, the highly acclaimed elephant conservationist and wildlife TV presenter of This Wild Life and Big Cat Diaries for an evening of exciting animal stories and intimate behind the scenes tales of life in Kenya with her young family.
3RD Nov Potters Bar, Wyllyotts Theatre 01707 645005 GET TICKETS HERE
4TH Nov Haywards Heath, Clair Hall- 01444 455440 SOLD OUT
6TH Nov Loughborough, Town Hall- 01509 231914 SOLD OUT
7TH Nov Kettering, Lighthouse Theatre- 01536 414141 GET TICKETS HERE
8TH Nov Kings Lynn, Arts Centre - 01553 764864 SOLD OUT
9TH Nov Bristol Grammar School Performing Arts Centre - 0117 259 1532 SOLD OUT
10TH Nov Dorking, Dorking Halls-01306 881717 GET TICKETS HERE
11TH Nov Newport Riverfront Theatre - 01633 656679 GET TICKETS HERE
12TH Nov Bridgewater, McMillan Theatre - 01278 556677 SOLD OUT
13TH Nov Manchester, RNCM Theatre- 0161 907 5200 GET TICKETS HERE
14th Nov Swansea, Taliesin Theatre - 01792 602060 GET TICKETS HERE
15TH Nov Yeovil, The Octagon Theatre- 01935 422884 SOLD OUT
16TH Nov Truro, Hall For Cornwall- 01872 262466 GET TICKETS HERE
17TH Nov Exeter, Northcott Theatre - 01392 726363 SOLD OUT
18TH Nov Oxford, Sheldonian Theatre - 01865 305305 SOLD OUT
20TH Nov London, Richmond Theatre- 0844 871 7651 GET TICKETS HERE
21ST Nov Ipswich, Corn Exchange- 01473 433100 GET TICKETS HERE
22ND Nov Birmingham, Town Hall- 0121 780 3333 GET TICKETS HERE
23RD Nov Winchester, Theatre Royal- 01962 840440 SOLD OUT
24TH Nov Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University- 01223 352932 GET TICKETS HERE
Tickets are now on sale for A Wild Evening with Michaela Strachan at The Taunton Brewhouse on October 28th.
Join Michaela Strachan, the award winning TV presenter, for a unique opportunity to hear about her fascinating life and career – from the early clubbing days in the 80’s on ‘The Hitman and Her’ and ‘Wacaday’, through her time on Children’s TV in the 90’s on ‘The Really Wild Show’, to her passion for wildlife and conservation films, ‘Orangutan Diaries’ – and most recently ‘Springwatch’. All illustrated with her own film footage and photography.
Springwatch returns from a brand new location in the heart of the Cotswolds – the National Trust’s Sherborne Estate. Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan are joined by Gillian Burke and Martin Hughes-Games to bring an intimate look into the daily lives of the animals we know best – those that live and breed in the heart of the British countryside.
Tune in on Monday 29 May 2017 at 8 PM, National Geographic Channel UK
Primal Survivor: Jungle Sacrifice
Hazen Audel negotiates deadly snakes and monsoon rains as he joins an elite band of tribal hunters on Indonesia's Siberut Island
Springwatch 2017 will be coming from the National Trust's Sherborne Park Estate in the heart of the Cotswolds AONB in Gloucestershire. The series will be broadcast on BBC Two, with Springwatch Unsprung at 18:30 and Springwatch at 20:00 starting from Monday 29th May.