Children’s TV presenter Naomi Wilkinson will take to the stage and recall some of her most exciting and adrenaline-boosting wildlife experiences from around the world during the Brighton Dome season.
As the presenter of CBBC’s Naomi’s Nightmares of Nature, Naomi travels the world and comes face-to-face with animals that initially seem weird, dangerous or downright scary.
She is also a regular presenter for BBC1’s Countryfile.
She will be joined on stage by ‘Animal Mark’ (Mark Amey), a zoologist and breeder of exotic pets, who will bring some of his scariest creatures to the city.
Ideal for families with children aged five years or older, ‘Naomi’s Wild and Scary’ will keep everyone on the edge of their seats.
From Borneo, to Belize, Africa to Australia, Naomi and Mark will be spilling secrets and astounding children with their adventures from all over the planet.
It will also give the audience an incredible interactive experience unheard of in traditional theatre shows.
Naomi is keen to help others get over some of their fears of certain animals, just as she has done over the years.
Having previously been terrified of both spiders and sharks, and even going as far to call herself an ‘arachnophobe’, Naomi has conquered her fears by learning about these amazing animals.
The show takes place on Sunday, April 23 at 3pm in Brighton Dome Concert Hall.
Tickets cost £19.50, £15.50 under 16s, £65 family ticket (two adults, two children). To book, call 01273 709709 or visit brightondome.org
We are offering one winner four tickets for Naomi’s Wild and Scary. To enter the competition, just answer this question:
What is an arachnophobe scared of?
Email your answer, along with your name and phone number, to email@example.com
The closing date for entries is Friday, April 7, 2017 at 1pm.
The tickets are nontransferable and are only for Naomi’s Wild and Scary at Brighton Dome on Sunday, April 23 at 3pm.
The winner should collect the tickets from ticket office at the main Brighton Dome entrance on Church Street on the afternoon of the show at least 20 minutes before the start time.