Steve Backshall heads into Ocean for new show at Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Adventurer Steve Backshall bring the sea to the stage with his new show Ocean, which comes to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Saturday afternoon (April 30).
Ocean is a love letter to the most exciting environment on our planet – and a great way to learn more about what we need to do to save our seas.
Using stunts, experiments, props, cutting edge science and big screen footage from his two decades in television, Steve will bring the icons of the Big Blue to life.
From great whites to great whales; seals to sardine shoals; this is a chance for all the family to dive deep into the world beneath the waves.
Steve said: “It’s been five years since I last did a tour here in the UK, and we’ll be back bigger and bolder than ever. This time the show is full of stunts, tricks and experiments, looking to bring marine themes to life on stage.”
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is at the venue on Friday (April 29) with conductor Vasily Petrenko.
Accompanied by pianist Boris Giltburg, the programe features Walton’s Johannesburg Festival Overture, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 Emperor, and Vaughan Williams’ A London Symphony.
Al Murray brings his Gig For Victory tour to the concert hall on Wednesday (May 4).
Using his bar-room wisdom and no-nonsense style The Pub Landlord will provide the answers to some of life’s questions, including some we didn’t know existed.