Saba Douglas-Hamilton UK Theatre Tour Dates Nov 2017
Saba Douglas-Hamilton rose to fame as an elephant conservationist and TV presenter on the BBC series This Wild Life and Big Cat Diaries. She is undertaking a UK tour criss-crossing England throughout November, offering theatre goers an evening of wildlife stories as well as a behind the scenes look at her family’s life in a remote safari camp.
Saba Douglas-Hamilton’s UK Tour – November 2017 Dates
3RD Nov Potter’s Bar, Wyllyotts Theatre (420 seats) Call 01707 645005
4TH Nov Hayward Heath, Clair Hall (362 seats) Call 01444 455440
6TH Nov Loughborough, Town Hall (522 seats) Call 01509 231914
7TH Nov Kettering, Lighthouse Theatre (550 seats) Call 01536 414141
8TH Nov Kings Lynn, Arts Centre (345 seats) Call 01553 764864
9TH Nov Bristol, Grammar School Performing Arts Centre (300 seats) Call 0117 259 1532
10TH Nov Dorking, Dorking Halls (791 seats) Call 01306 881717
11TH Nov Newport, Riverfront Theatre (480 seats) Call 01633 656679
12TH Nov Bridgewater, McMillan Theatre (350 seats) Call 01278 556677
13TH Nov Manchester, Royal Northern College of Music Concert Hall (730 seats) Call 0161 907 5200
14TH Nov Swansea, Taliesin Theatre (300 seats) Call 01792 602060
15TH Nov Yeovil, The Octagon Theatre (620 seats) Call 01935 422884
16TH Nov Truro, Hall For Cornwall (921 seats) Call 01872 262466
17TH Nov Exeter, Northcott Theatre (460 seats) Call 01392 726363
18TH Nov Oxford, Sheldonian Theatre (700 seats) Call 01865 305305
20TH Nov London, Richmond Theatre (840 seats) Call 0844 871 7651
21ST Nov Ipswich, Corn Exchange (782 seats) Call 01473 433100
22ND Nov Birmingham, Town Hall (845 seats) Call 0121 780 3333
23RD Nov Winchester, Theatre Royal (400 seats) Call 01962 840440
24TH Nov Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University (400 seats) Call 01223 352932
Saba’s Introduction To Elephants
Saba grew up in the bush with her parents Ian and Oria Douglas-Hamilton, renowned conservationists in their own right, and was introduced to elephants as a babe in arms. She was sniffed from head to toe by an elephant called Virgo, whom her mother had come to trust, a ‘baptism’ she believes was part of her lifelong love of elephants.
Saba And Elephant Watch Camp
Together with her husband Frank, who works as Chief Operations Officer for Save The Elephants, she relocated her family to Elephant Watch Camp in the Samburu National Park, a luxury safari camp set up by her parents. This move and the dramas of running a safari camp with a young family in remote Kenya was the subject of the BBC series This Wild Life.
Theatre Tour FAQ’s
How much are tickets? Around £20. Some venues have discounted tickets for theatre members and students, 60+, etc.
How long is the performance? Two hours 20 minutes.
Can I bring my family? Suitable for children aged over twelve.
Can I get an autograph? Saba will be around after the talk for a meet and greet.
Tour merchandise? Saba has a selection of wildlife photo prints for sale – bring cash on the day to buy these.
Sample Samburu Kenya photos © Saba Douglas-Hamilton
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Plan A Holiday To The Douglas-Hamiltons’ Elephant Watch Camp
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Questions and Answers with Saba
Read our Q&A interview with Saba on life in a safari camp in Kenya with your family.