Watch out Australia, David Attenborough’s Planet Earth Live In Concert is on the way

If there is one person most people love as much as their parents, partner and dog combined, it’s David Attenborough. A man with the most soothing and paternal voice known to mankind, it’s no wonder his career has spanned the best part of the past century.

His explorations from the deepest depths of the ocean to the smallest of bugs and insects have kept generation after generation on the edge of their seats as the natural world is exposed to them in ways never done before. He is truly an icon.

David Attenborough

Planet Earth II, which was scored by the legendary Hans Zimmer and obviously narrated by David Attenborough, will be accompanied by orchestras native to each screening’s location.

If you love David Attenborough as much as any normal person should, then the experience of seeing his celebrated documentary Planet Earth II on the big screen and accompanied by a live orchestra is an obvious must-do. Titled Planet Earth Live in Concert, the experience will run in a similar fashion to the likes of Harry Potter Live in Concert and the Star Wars experience of the same name.

Pre-sales are now in full swing, so if you want to get in on the action then we suggest getting online and securing your spot to this incredible opportunity. Full details of screenings and locations are below.

April 27 — Perth Arena (with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra)
April 29 — Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (with the Melbourne Pops Orchestra)
May 1 — Brisbane Entertainment Centre (with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra)
May 4 — International Convention Centre, Sydney (with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra)

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