Writer, broadcaster and wildlife science extraordinaire Kate Humble takes some time out from the muddy fields and furrows of her smallholding in Wales and joins us here at The Brewhouse to talk about her life in front of and behind the camera.

Join us for this fascinating talk about her life working with animals and wildlife; the far-flung places that this has taken her to and the inspiring people she has met along the way. There’s also a unique chance to go ‘behind the camera’ as Kate describes how some of her shows are made.

Some of Kate’s BBC programmes include: Back to the Land, Springwatch and Autumm Watch, Wild Shepherdess, Yellowstone: Wildest Winter to Blazing Summer, Curious Creatures and Extreme Wives with Kate Humble.

Describing her early years as a ‘proper childhood’ – building camps, racing snails, climbing trees, interspersed with trips to A&E to patch up things when they broke.  At 18 she left school and home, working odd jobs for a year to fund a year travelling in Africa, which, she says, taught her far more than she would ever have learnt at university.

So join us this spring (2020) to hear more amazing tales and to see this national treasure live on our stage, with book signing opportunities after the show.

*Latecomers will not be admitted

Presented in association with Clive Conway Productions.

 

DISCOVER MORE GREAT TALKS AT THE BREWHOUSE

 

26 March 2020 7:30PM

Book Tickets

Ticket Prices

Full Price from £19.00
Suitable for All Ages

Running Time

1 hour 50 minutes