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Popular TV presenter and wildlife enthusiast Steve Backshall is breaking out of the telly and will be back on the live speaking circuit at the end of 2024, when he returns to the stage with his Ocean show.

Following his sell-out tour last year, he is returning to venues across the UK, and invites audiences to join him as he uses stunts, experiments, props, cutting-edge science and big-screen footage to bring the icons of the ‘big blue’ to life.

Steve Backshall

Steve Backshall Ocean – Bringing Marine Dreams to Life kicks off at Perth Concert Hall on 19 October, follwed by gigs in Inverness, Stoke, Wolverhampton, Croydon, Bournemouth, Stevenage, Eastbourne, Milton Keynes, Portsmouth and Weymouth, rounding out with Torquay and Truro in early November.

You can buy tickets to the Ocean events here.

Steve Backshall Live

Steve is also very excited to be presenting an all-new live wildlife show at the open-air theatre at Longleat Safari Park from Saturday 25 May to Sunday 2 June (over the half-term holidays).

During the show, Steve will introduce the audience to some of his favourite animals and birds of prey.

He said: “I can’t wait to be back at Longleat introducing members and guests to an amazing variety of animals and birds of prey, as well as raising much-needed funds to support the critical conservation work that is being done by Tusk.

“My family and I love to visit Longleat – there are more than 100 animal species, a fantastic historic house and plenty of fun for kids in the Adventure Castle playground! It’s an amazing day out with something for everyone!”

Steve Backshall
Members of the Tusk charity, which is supported by this event

Shows can be booked with your Day Ticket, or Member pre-booking for a £1 booking fee, with the proceeds donated to Tusk, a UK-based charity aiding in the protection of over 40 threatened species across Africa.

You can buy tickets for this event here. Shows are 30 minutes duration. Weekend and Bank Holiday Monday shows at 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm, 3.30pm and 5pm. Weekday shows at 11am, 12.30pm, 3pm and 4.30pm. Gates will open 20 minutes before each show.

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