Multi award winner Colin Stafford-Johnson, one of the foremost nature and wildlife cinematographer and presenters in Ireland, is bringing his Living the Wild Life tour to the Alley Theatre, on Monday 20 November.
Colin who could be considered the Irish David Attenborough, given his encyclopedic knowledge of wildlife and nature, has over 30 years’ experience understanding and appreciation of working with Irish wildlife in the most remote parts of the world.
The Alley Theatre is delighted to have the multi-award winning wildlife cameraman and presenter bring his tour ‘Living the Wild Life…with Colin Stafford-Johnson’ to Strabane on Monday, November 20.
Members of the public are encouraged to come along and share with Colin his amazing natural history stories and go beyond the camera in this action-packed adventurous evening. Colin has lived with wildlife first hand from filming tigers at close range in India to touring Ireland in his camper van.
Colin’s shows ‘Secret Life of the Shannon’, ‘Wild Ireland, Edge of the World’ and ‘Living the Wildlife’ have led to adventures in every corner of the island. In his latest adventure ‘Wild Ireland’, Colin discovered Ireland, and in particular the Atlantic coast, with a fresh and invigorating eye.
Exploring on a currach, Colin journeyed from the Skellig Islands to the Blasket Islands, the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks and Clew Bay in Mayo.
• Tickets are £12.50 available from the Alley Theatre Box Office on 028 71 384444 or online www.alley-theatre.com.