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Our Planet Live in Concert
Our Planet Live in Concert

In light of the ongoing situation with the global pandemic, this concert is being rescheduled to 24th October 2022. All tickets remain valid and will be transferred over to the new date.

Presented by WWF, Silverback Films, GEAlive and Senbla 


The production Our Planet Live in Concert, a brand-new live show that will bring the Emmy Award®-winning series to life for the first time, will now take place at the London Eventim Apollo on 24th October 2022, it has been announced. All tickets remain valid from the O2.

 The production, presented by General Entertainment Associates and Senbla, will reimagine Our Planet as a live experience, combining highlights from the series with some brand-new orchestrations and sequences to create an immersive journey across our planet. 

 Specially developed by the series producers Silverback Films, and Oscar®-winning composer Steven Price, Our Planet Live in Concert is narrated on screen by legendary broadcaster, David Attenborough. The outstanding natural world visuals of Our Planet combined with a high-quality live production, will result in a spectacular live experience.

The landmark eight-part Our Planet documentary series will be reimagined into a two-hour arena show with beautiful visual and sound effects, and will be accompanied by a 44-piece orchestra and live vocalist, the magnificent Lisa Hannigan. A giant screen will present the incredible cinematography of Our Planet, allowing audiences to be fully immersed into the wonders of earth’s wildlife and their habitats. Dazzling, intelligent lighting will heighten the visual experience beyond the screen and around the arena, programmed to run in sync with the footage. 

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Event Dates
Monday, 24 January 2022 at 19:30
London Eventim Apollo