Steve Backshall is back by popular demand with his Deadly 60 Downunder Tour this January!
Star of the hit TV series Deadly 60, Steve Backshall is returning to Australia. Don’t miss DEADLY 60 DOWN UNDER back by popular demand to Australia these summer school holidays.
Featuring some of Australia’s deadliest animals live on stage! Plus there will be loads of audience participation, on stage fun and opportunities to ask Steve questions about all his adventures! Steve will share stories and videos from his Australian adventur
“I’m coming back to Australia! This time we’re doing things a little bit different – we’re on walkabout! We’re travelling all the way down the East Coast of Australia on our Battle Bus! There will be stunts, audience participation, some of Australia’s most extraordinary wildlife on stage and loads of craziness! I cannot wait to see you there”, Steve Backshall.
Naturalist Steve Backshall is best known for BBC Earth children’s TV show Deadly 60, in which he tracks down the world’s most dangerous animals. He is an author, expedition leader, naturalist, wildlife expert and a fearless presenter. Having travelled the world to learn about the most inspiring predators, Steve has swum with sharks, been bitten by a caiman, squirted with ink by Humboldt squid, flirted with by tarantula, charged by elephants, and stared out by thresher and great hammerhead sharks, but still maintains that wild animals pose no threat to people – in fact quite the opposite.
“At a time when so much of television is read from autocue, it is a joy to come across complete professionals whose love for their subject is second only to their knowledge of it. Those who don’t have young children may not have come across Steve Backshal; those who do will know that he’s one of the best-informed and most impressive presenters on television on either side of the Atlantic” The Guardian
Deadly 60 DOWN UNDER! will visit 18 cities across the east coast of Australia from Brisbane to Adelaide, throughout January, 2019.
Tickets are on sale from Monday 15th October, 2018
QPAC CONCERT HALL, BRISBANE – Friday 4th January
CAIRNS CONVENTION CENTRE – Saturday 5th January
TOWNSVILLE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE – Monday 7th January
GLADSTONE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE – Tuesday 8th January
MONCRIEFF ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, BUNDABERG – Wednesday 9th January
THE STAR, GOLD COAST – Thursday 10th January
CONCERT HALL, SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE – Friday 11th & Saturday 12th January
GLASSHOUSE THEATRE, PORT MACQUARIE – Monday 14th January
TAMWORTH ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE – Tuesday 15th January
NEWCASTLE WORKERS CLUB – Wednesday 16th January
ANITAS THEATRE, THIRROUL – Thursday 17th January
CANBERRA THEATRE CENTRE – Friday 18th January
EAST BANK THEATRE, SHEPPARTON – Saturday 19th January
WENDOUREE CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS, BALLARAT – Monday 21st January
ULUMBARRA THEATRE, BENDIGO – Tuesday 22 January
COSTA HALL GPAC, GEELONG – Wednesday 23rd January
FRANKSTON ARTS CENTRE, MELBOURNE – Thursday 24th January
HAMER HALL ARTS CENTRE, MELBOURNE – Friday 25th January
ADELAIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE – Sunday 27th January