Naomi Wilkinson – Live and Scary

Children’s TV presenter brings live show to Hull City Hall during the Easter holidays

Creepy crawlies including a giant centipede, tarantula, cockroach, praying mantis and a whip scorpion will take to the stage at Hull City Hall as part of children’s TV presenter Naomi Wilkinson’s Live and Scary tour.

The show, which also features a carpet python, giant centipede, poison dart frog and an alligator snapping turtle, arrives at the venue during the Easter school holidays next week.

Packed with fun and surprises, Naomi will be joined by ‘Animal Mark’ for the family-friendly performance at 2 pm on Tuesday, April 11.

Naomi is a regular face on CBBC on programmes such as Marrying Mum and Dad, Wild and Weird and All Over the Place.

After co-presenting two series of the successful BBC2 live Saturday morning show, Live ‘n’ Deadly with Steve Backshall, Naomi found herself travelling the globe for her own spin-off show, Naomi’s Nightmares of Nature.

Now her nationwide tour will see her recall some of her most exciting wildlife experiences from the far-flung corners of the world, introducing the audience to some of the most fierce and frightening animals she met along the way.

Tickets for Naomi Wilkinson – Live and Scary at Hull City Hall on Tuesday, April 11 at 2 pm are £19.50 for adults or £15.50 for children or to take advantage of a £5 discount on each ticket booked, quote ‘EASTER’. Offer cannot be applied to tickets already booked.

 

Book at the Hull City Hall box office or call 01482 300 306. Visit www.hulltheatres.co.uk

 

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