Wildlife conservationist and BBC presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton is heading on a new UK tour this autumn.
Returning to the UK for the first time in 3 years, Saba will present her show In the Footsteps of Elephants at venues across the UK in September and October.
From warring tribes to ivory poachers, conservationist and elephant expert, Saba Douglas-Hamilton, takes youon a wild and precipitous journey, meandering from Kenya to the Congo, Namibia to St Tropez, to share the trials and triumphs of what it takes to save a single species -the African elephant.
Saba vividly brings to life our fight for nature with moving insights from her life amongst elephants, her childhood in the wild and work as a wildlife filmmaker. This tale of unlikely heroes fighting against the odds is one of courage, hope, compassion,and humour -that cannot fail to inspire us all
Saba Douglas-Hamilton In the Footsteps of Elephants UK Tour Dates 2022
13 September – Bury St Edmunds, The Apex – Book tickets
14 September – Norwich Playhouse – Book tickets
15 September – Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre – Book tickets
17 September – Leatherhead Theatre – Book tickets
18 September – Ipswich Corn Exchange – Book tickets
19 September – Kings Lynn Corn Exchange – Book tickets
20 September – Yeovil Westlands – Book tickets
21 September – Exeter Northcott – Book tickets
27 September – London, Royal Geographical Society – Book tickets
28 September – Chesterfield, Winding Wheel – Book tickets
29 September – Worcester, Huntingdon Hall – Book tickets
30 September – Royal Leamington Spa – Book tickets
1 October – Bristol, 1532 – Book tickets
2 October – Frome, Cheese & Grain – Book tickets
3 October – Brighton, Theatre Royal – Book tickets
4 October – Christchurch, RegentCentre – Book tickets
7 October – Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall – Book tickets
9 October – Buxton Opera House – Book tickets
10 October – Morecambe, The Platform – Book tickets
11 October – Aberdeen, Tivoli – Book tickets
12 October – Stirling, Macrobert Arts Centre – Book tickets
13 October – Inverness, Eden Court – Book tickets
Speaking about the tour, Sara says: “Ten years ago, elephants across Africa were facing catastrophic declines due to poaching for their ivory. Thanks to a global coalition of scientists, activists, organisations,and nations the ivory trade is now on the back foot and poaching no longer threatens any major elephant population.
“This is a rare, good news story for the planet. I’m thrilled to be able to bring it to life -and to discuss the challenge of forging harmonious coexistence between elephants and humans -in partnership with Yellow Zebra Safaris on a speaking tour of the UK in September & October.”