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Steve Backshall returns to perform in 18 Australian cities
Exciting times for Aussie kids. Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall, star of the TV show Deadly 60 returns to Australia early 2018, in an all-new live show, this time featuring live animals!
Steve Backshall, the British presenter, author, naturalist and all-round top bloke, documents his wild adventures in Deadly 60, currently screened on kid's TV channel ABC 3. Deadly 60 takes Steve around the world in search of creatures he considers to be the 60 most lethal on Earth.
Over the years, Steve has introduced young fans to the world's wild and wonderful and inspired mini conservationists on the small screen as well as on-stage in Deadly 60 Live; live shows based on his intrepid travels and the hit TV series Deadly 60.
In early 2018, Steve returns Down Under to present a new Deadly 60 Live show, only this time, he visits 18 Australian cities. In other exciting news, Steve has announced he will feature some of Australia's deadliest animals, live on stage!.
Conjure up your best questions for Steve because the Deadly 60 Live Down Under 2018 tour will feature audience participation, on stage fun and opportunities to ask the wildlife expert questions about his global encounters.
Steve will share some of his remarkable Deadly 60 travel stories and show audience members footage of his times in Australia. From being lowered from a helicopter to dangle into a crocodile's nest, or hand catching the world's most venomous octopus just off Sydney Harbour, Steve has some mighty stories to tell!
Don't miss Deadly 60 Live in Australia from January - February 2018. Here's where you can catch Steve's shows and when:
Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide Sunday 7 January
Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton
Tuesday 9 January
Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre
Wednesday 10 January
Brolga Theatre, Maryborough
Thursday 11 January
The Events Centre, Caloundra
Friday 12 January
Luna Park, Sydney
Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 January
Glasshouse Theatre, Port Macquarie
Thursday 16 January
Cex, Coffs Harbour
Wednesday 17 January
City Hall, Lismore
Thursday 18 January
Empire Theatre, Toowoomba
Friday 19 January
Southbank Piazza, Brisbane
Saturday 20 January
Bunjil Place, Narre Warren
Sunday 21 January
Thursday 23 January
Princess Theatre, Launceston
Wednesday 24 January
Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne
Thursday 25 January
Riverside Theatre, Perth
Saturday 27 January
Queens Park, Geraldton
Sunday 28 January
Darwin Convention Centre
Saturday 3 February
Don't miss the next Deadly 60 Live Down Under tour. Your kids will love seeing their favourite wildlife TV star live on stage and you'll be inspired, too. Book via the following link here.