Friday 28th June 2019, Petersfield Festival Hall
The Wild and Deadly Show is a must if you want to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most amazing and sometimes terrifying invertebrates and animals.
Nick Wadham brings a collection of amazing creatures together for one awesome interactive show.
Engage with creatures from the invert and animal world at a natural history show unlike any other you will ever see!
CROCS | SPIDERS | LIZARDS | SCORPIONS | SNAKES
Whilst most of the animals are not too dangerous, there are one or two that can pack a serious punch – just what you need to add a little drama to the experience.
Amazing and terrifying creatures from the invert world and a natural history show unlike any other you will ever see brought to life by passionate animal experts and experienced presenters.
Interacting with creatures live on stage or viewing the action from the safety of your seat via close-up camera footage on the big screen.
Amongst the creatures to be displayed are a spectacled caiman, diamond back rattle snake, monocled cobra, redback widow spider and varieties of scorpions.
Silly jokes and puns are precision timed to ensure important conservation issues and snippets of knowledge are imparted in a way impossible to forget.
The slap-stick nature and gross “Horrible Histories” style of exposing the secret world and lives of the creatures on stage will have you crying with laughter – the jokes aren’t just for the children!
Over 90 minutes of educational entertainment immersing you in the fascinating world of these awesome creatures.
DON’T MISS OUT – BOOK YOUR TICKETS TODAY
WHERE IS IT?
The event will take place at Petersfield Festival Hall in the centre of Petersfield, situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park.
Festival Hall, Heath Road, Petersfield GU31 4EA.
There is a car park just outside the venue and yet if this is full, there are plenty of other car parks nearby in the main town to provide adequate parking facilities for all.
WHEN IS IT?
The show will be on Friday 28th June and will start at 7.00pm.
Doors open from 6.30pm.
The show will last approximately between 90-120 minutes depending on how much involvement and interaction there is from the audience.
WHO IS NICK WADHAM?
The Wild and Deadly Show presenter, professional Natural Historian, Entomological consultant to pre-production TV, all round wildlife entertainer: think Horrible Histories meets Planet Earth 3 – that’s me in a nutshell.
I am an eleven year post – PGCE qualified, on-line live updating DBS checked and fully insured presenter. No one in the areas I cover have these credentials!
SEEN RECENTLY AT PETERSFIELD SPRING FESTIVAL IN THE BUGFEST MARQUEE…
To download a PDF of the flier, please click the image below or collect one from the Petersfield Visitor Centre and other outlets around Petersfield.
HOW MUCH IS IT TO GET IN?
Tickets are available on-line via the link below or on the door.
Admission is only £10.00 each | Under 12’s – £8.00
We will have tickets available on the door but there is a maximum capacity at the venue and so we suggest you buy tickets to avoid disappointment or a delay in gaining admission.
CRAZY CREATURE CREATION COMPETITION – WIN ENTRY TO BUGFEST & THE WILD AND DEADLY SHOW
We are running a competition in conjunction with these events with the chance for a family of four to win entry to The Wild & Deadly Show as well as BugFest, worth over an awesome £50.
If you haven’t had the chance to receive an entry form from your school, there are some available from the Petersfield Visitor Centre or they can also be downloaded by clicking on the image below of the entry form. Good luck and happy creating!
Deadline for entries is Monday 24th June 2019 and need to be handed in to the Petersfield Visitor Centre in the Petersfield Library on Petersfield Square.
If you are desperate to come and see the Wild and Deadly Show, then you will probably want to come along to Bugfest too! Click on the banner below for info.
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