Ben Fogle has climbed Everest, been swimming with crocodiles, saved elephants, dodged pirates, been marooned for a year on an uninhabited island, walked to the South Pole, Crossed the Empty Quarter with camels, rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, tracked the Migration of the Wilderbeest, swum from Alcatraz, had a flesh eating disease and messed around with ferrets!
The much-loved TV adventurer will recount, with warmth and honesty, his thrilling tales. If you like Ben's TV shows then you'll love this personal and intimate evening of stories from around the world. The show will include multi-media and an opportunity for Q&A’s.
The UN Patron of the Wilderness, Ben Fogle has travelled the world, has published 10 bestselling books and his TV shows are a global hit watched by millions around the world.
‘A wholesome, ethical, environmental adventurer'- The Guardian
‘Adventurer in a class of his own'- BBC
‘Funny, entertaining & really rather inspiring too'- Daily Mail
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