The man himself will be commandeering the Royal Albert Hall next April for an evening of his newest film, A Life On Our Planet.

The film, David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet, sees him reflect upon both the defining moments of his lifetime as a naturalist and the devastating changes he has seen. Addressing the biggest challenges facing life on our planet, the film offers a powerful message of hope for future generations.

This will then be followed by a discussion on stage with Sir David Attenborough and a very special guest.

And tickets go on sale tomorrow (Fri 6th Dec) morning at 10am, and can be booked here.

A tip that usually helps is to log-in to your account on the Royal Albert Hall’s website early and keep your session live so that when tickets are released at 10am, you’re already in the system.



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2 comments on “Tickets Alert: Sir David Attenborough at the Royal Albert Hall
  1. JP says:

    “A powerful message of hope for future generations” I hope and trust that there is.
    Our national treasure’s message is obviously powerful and shows how pathetic is the human race that it took a telly programme to over-top the dam of indifference to the effect on the planet of our actions and indeed inactions.
    Nevertheless, I for one feel the inevitable disappointment that he has had to bang on and on in ‘the moral of the story’ slot towards the end of each otherwise uplifting and entertaining show.
    Such groundswells that we see now are of course just the beginning, but gurt big journeys always start with tiny wee steps.
    Even though there are those who dispute hunanity’s rĂ´le in the whole debacle, it’s still getting warmer. Instead of bleating “it’s not my fault, it wasn’t me,” if we as a race can do something about it, then we should. We should.
    Then when we’re successful, we can look forward to guilt-free Sunday evening nature progs and re-live the “wow, look at that, nature truly is magnificent” entertainment of days of yore.
    Fingers crossed.

  2. Marcus Gibson says:

    If DA had focused on the real problems 40 years ago, the ones he is now beginning to focus on.. ocean pollution, loss of habitat, loss of insects.. and not ‘climate change’ – we might have saved a great deal more of the Earth’s green spaces and species.
    I asked him, face to face, years ago at the inaugural event of the Royal Society of Biology, if he believed Al Gore’s doomsday predictions. I could see in his face that he didn’t.
    Al Gore predicted 30 years ago that the Arctic ice cap would have melted by now!
    Nearly all the waste plastic in the oceans come from China, whose people throw absolutely everything into their rivers, just the way we did in the UK 200 years ago. Just tidying up Selsey Beach occasionally won’t do a damn bit of good, sadly.

    Sir David won’t be talking about the near-extinction of the UK’s small bird population, or of its insects and invertebrates – which I can remember in vast numbers back in the 1960s.. nor will he be touching on the devastating, irreversible loss of English green countryside by mass, uncontrolled housing developments.
    I am not a fan of ‘Saint’ David, or Al Gore – avoid his film, protest his views, and do so vigorously!

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