Details

From Guyana’s remote Amazon to the conflicted red zones of Mindanao, Philippines, join Dan O’Neill on a mission to find some of the world’s most elusive jungle creatures. From big cats and rare primates to the world’s most endangered eagle, uncover the secrets behind the search for wildlife wonders and learn what it’s really like to work in the wild. Perfect for any aspiring nature enthusiasts.

Biography

Dan O’Neill is an independent wildlife filmmaker, presenter, and conservationist. After working internationally as a field researcher and video journalist, he completed a Masters in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE Bristol in partnership with the BBC Natural History Unit where he founded Wilderland, the UK’s first touring wildlife film festival, focused on conservation. He has since produced and presented a number of expedition-based wildlife films.

Venue

Apollo

Apollo is a tented venue in Imperial Gardens.

Throughout the Science Festival it is home to paid and free events.

To keep our audiences safe this year all seating is socially distanced within the venue which means that you will need to book a ticket for our free events this year to secure your space.

*Fees & Booking Info

CF Ticketing charges a fee per booking to reflect the costs of providing the service which include card processing costs (for both credit and debit cards) as well as staffing, developing and maintaining the booking software and postage

*Our booking fee for online sales is £2.00

We endeavour to keep our booking fee as low as possible and charge on a per booking basis rather than a per ticket basis to ensure this. We also endeavour to ensure that our booking fees are clear before any transaction is completed.

For more information about your booking click here

All Science events