Steve Backshall brings new nature show to Northampton
Following on from the extreme mountain challenges he is currently facing on BBC2, Steve Backshall has announced he will be bringing a touring show to Northampton's Royal & Derngate.
The TV presenter, children’s author and all round dare-devil, Steve Backshall will be embarking on a nationwide tour from October 2016. It comes to Northampton on Friday October 21.
Following on from the huge success of his 2015 tour, Steve will be visiting 27 regions throughout the UK, sharing stories from expeditions, face-to-face wildlife encounters and endless ‘jaw dropping’ moments!
The Wild World tour will have something for everyone as Steve will give his audiences a glimpse behind the scenes to what he claims is ‘the best job in the world’.
Tales from his nail-biting adventures to the world’s wildest places with the most bizarre and deadly beasts on earth will leave audiences of all ages on the edge of their seats.
From the depths of the rainforest to the bottom of the sea, there is very little Steve Backshall hasn’t seen which will keep audiences’ eyes and ears glued from start to finish.
Steve currently stars in the gripping BBC Two series Steve Backshall’s Extreme Mountain Adventure which sees him embark on one of his most dramatic and dangerous expeditions to date.
Steve exploresVenezuela’s tepuis, the ancient, sheer-sided mountains of Canaima National Park, where he attempts the first ascent of the tepui in search of wildlife on the summit.
Steve also has a thrilling new six-part TV series, Fierce, on ITV in spring this year where he seeks to find the world’s most fierce animals.
Wild World will accompany the release of Shark Seas - the fourth book in the Falcon Chronicles series of children’s novels. Steve’s new novel is due to be released ahead of the tour and will be available to purchase at each venue.
Tickets for the tour are on sale now and can be purchased at www.stevebackshall.com/tour.
They cost £16.50 and can also be bought by calling the Royal & Derngate’s box office on 01604 624811 or visit www.royalandderngate.co.uk.