Spend an evening with Nick Baker

Weird Creatures ~ 2015 theatre tour

2 April 2015
The Gwyn Hall
Orchard Street, Neath SA11 1DU
Box office: 0300 365 6677
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26 June 2015
Redditch Palace Theatre
Alcester Street, Redditch B98 8AE
Box office: 01527 65203
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27 June 2015
Guildhall Arts Centre
St. Peter’s Hill, Grantham NG31 6PZ
Box office: 01476 406158
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9 Sept 2015
Gala Theatre & Cinema
Millennium Place, Durham DH1 1WA
Box office: 0191 332 4041
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Learn about the Baggy Frog from Lake Titicaca, the Olm from Slovenia and the little known Fluffy.

In this exciting live show Nick tells his personal journey of how he has travelled the world over in search of weird and wonderful creatures and of the trials and tribulations he has faced being an obsessed naturalist.

He now has some amazing stories to tell of meeting and filming some very weird creatures. With lots of fun and fascinating wildlife facts Nick brings to life his many adventures which have taken him to some of the harshest and most extreme locations in the world, from the elevations of the Andes to bring you the baggy frogs of Lake Titicaca, to the darkest depths of Slovenia’s caves to meet the Olm, possibly the source of dragon legends.

Nick Baker with frog

This family friendly live show is based on the popular TV series Weird Creatures on Animal Planet. Along with some revealing ‘behind the scenes’ moments of filming wild and weird creatures Nick will also explain why some animals appear weird to us and how their strange looks and habits are actually born of an evolutionary need to tackle some unique habitats and situations.

If you’re interested in the natural world then this is the show for you. You’ll learn things you never thought you’d need to know, for example how not to catch an Armadillo, how all creatures have a story to tell us, how the cancer in amphibians might affect us, all about pregnancy tests and most importantly why you must never trust a fluffy!

This highly entertaining show is full of fun and facts for the whole family. Whether you’re eight or eighty Nick’s passion for the weird and the wonderful of the natural world makes for a memorable evening’s entertainment.

Spend a great evening with this popular naturalist and TV presenter who hosts BBC’s Springwatch Unsprung, Autumnwatch Unsprung and Winterwatch Unsprung.