However this time there is a big difference … this summer Steve will appear live on stage with some of Australia’s deadliest animals!
Join Steve as he shares the wildest Deadly footage from his times in Australia … being lowered from a helicopter to dangle into a crocodile’s nest, or hand catching the world’s most venomous octopus just off Sydney Harbour. Plus there will be loads of audience participation and lots of on stage fun!
Don’t miss Steve Backshall and some of Australias deadliest wildlife on stage this summer!
Tickets were available at http://www.deadly60liveonstage.com
Pole to Pole with Steve Backshall Touring Australia January 2017
Following his sold out 2016 Australian tour, Steve Backshall the star of one of the most popular children’s shows on the planet, is returning to Australia with a new LIVE show based on the hit BBC Earth series, “Deadly 60 Pole to Pole”.
Come on an intimate journey with Steve as he shares his experiences travelling from the South Pole to the North Pole, and his gripping encounters with deadly creatures from all corners of the globe.
Click here to get your tickets to see Steve live on stage this January for an evening of wild discovery and dangerous entertainment.
Steve Backshall's Wild World Tour 2016
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR STEVE BACKSHALL'S WILD WORLD TOUR 2016!
19th October Broxbourne, The Spotlight 01992 441946 GET TICKETS HERE
20th October Crawley, The Hawth Theatre 01293 553636 GET TICKETS HERE
21st October Northampton, Royal and Derngate 01604 624811 GET TICKETS HERE
22nd October Dorking, Dorking Halls 01306 881717 GET TICKETS HERE
23rd October Brighton, The Dome Concert Hall 01273 709709 GET TICKETS HERE
24th October Kings Lynn, Corn Exchange 01553 764864 GET TICKETS HERE
25th October Hayes, Beck Theatre 020 8561 8371 GET TICKETS HERE
26th October Bromley, Churchill Theatre 020 3285 6000 GET TICKETS HERE
27th October Nottingham, Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall 0115 989 5555 GET TICKETS HERE
28th October Liverpool, St Helens Theatre Royal 01744756000 GET TICKETS HERE
29th October Birmingham, Town Hall 0121 780 3333 GET TICKETS HERE
30th October Manchester, RNCM Concert Hall 0161 907 5555 GET TICKETS HERE
31st October Stoke on Trent, Regent Theatre 0844 871 7649 GET TICKETS HERE
2nd November Hull, City Hall 01482 300300 GET TICKETS HERE
5th November Frome, Cheese and Grain 01373 455420 GET TICKETS HERE
6th November Cornwall, Truro Hall 01872 262466 GET TICKETS HERE
7th November Cheltenham, Town Hall 0844 576 2210 GET TICKETS HERE
9th November Swindon, Wyvern Theatre 01793 524481 GET TICKETS HERE
11th November London, Royal Geographical Society 020 7609 1800 GET TICKETS HERE
12th November Dartford, Orchard Theatre 01322 220000 GET TICKETS HERE
13th November Blackpool, Grand Theatre 01253 290190 GET TICKETS HERE
14th November York, Grand Theatre and Opera House 0844 871 3024 GET TICKETS HERE
16th November Aylesbury Waterside Theatre 0844 871 7607 GET TICKETS HERE
18th November Ipswich, Corn Exchange 01473 433100 GET TICKETS HERE
19th November Colchester, Charter Hall 01206 573948 GET TICKETS HERE
20th November London, Richmond Theatre 0844 871 7651 GET TICKETS HERE
Steve Backshall's Wild World Tour 2015!
Join Wildlife TV Presenter, adventurer, naturalist and writer Steve Backshall as he takes you on a tour of the real life expeditions that have inspired his novels The Falcon Chronicles. It’s a wild journey illustrated with photos and films from his expeditions from the Arctic to the Antarctic, from the tundra to the top of the world’s highest peaks and from the depths of the rainforest to the bottom of the sea.
It’s a wild journey, illustrated with photos and films from his expeditions from the Arctic to the Antarctic, from the tundra to the top of the world’s highest peaks, and from the depths of the rainforest to the bottom of the sea.
This talk is suitable for wildlife enthusiasts of all ages from 8 to 80 and includes an extended Q&A session. Get your wildlife questions ready as there will be plenty of opportunities during the show to quiz Steve.
Parents are advised that the content might be challenging for very young children.