Join us for an evening of insightful debate from leading conservationists and fantastic musical entertainment.
Wildlife vet Dr Johan Marais, Founder of South Africa's Saving the Survivors, will speak about the challenges, both physically and emotionally, of treating and caring for rhinos that have been attacked by poachers but miraculously survived. Dr Marais will transport you to the plains of Africa and will leave you feeling a real sense of what it takes to care first hand for these amazing animals.
Conservationist and BBC Wildlife presenter Giles Clark will share his experiences working around the world with big cats and the challenges we face to protect them. Giles will give an insight into how the survival of all animal species is essential to a healthy ecosystem, that we as humans rely on to survive.
Eco band Besureis will perform two sets, showcasing their amazing music, which is all written and performed to help both promote awareness and to help raise funds for wildlife conservation.
Cash bar will be available on the evening located in the main theatre.
Doors open at 7pm. Entertainment starts at 7:30pm.