TV icons put spotlight on
natural world around us
NATURALIST and television personality Sir David Attenborough is the father of the modern nature documentary.
Attenborough has written, produced, hosted and narrated countless award-winning nature-focused programs and he has devoted his life to celebrating and preserving wildlife.
The advancement of his age has done little to slow the intrepid Attenborough, who has accepted an invitation by Lateral Events to return to Australia and New Zealand in February to appear with Ray Martin for a limited number of live shows.
Sir David Attenborough – A Quest for Life will cover a career dedicated to the natural world, the changes he has witnessed since first filming Zoo Quest in the 1950s right up to today and the environmental challenges the natural world now faces.
Sir David Attenborough is arguably the world’s best-known natural history film-maker, a much-loved naturalist and broadcaster whose career has spanned nearly six decades.
Audiences are urged to book immediately so not to miss out on this unique opportunity to share Sir David’s experiences in person with the great man himself.
Sir David Attenborough – A Quest for Life will be presented at The Civic in Auckland on February 2, the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre on February 4, State Theatre in Sydney on February 8 and 9, Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on February 11, Festival Theatre Adelaide on February 14 and the Riverside Theatre, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on February 16. Tickets on sale from November 21.Tweet