An Evening with Martin Hughes-Games - The Pearson Centre
Saturday 17th February 2018
7.30pm to 10pm (Doors open at 6.30pm)
Courting Controversy: The Art and Artifice of Wildlife Film Making
Martin Hughes-Games is best known as one of the presenters on the BBC's Winterwatch, Springwatch and Autumnwatch series. He graduated with a BSC in Zoology from Reading University in 1978 and joined the BBC Natural History unit straight away.
Join Martin at The Pearson Centre, Beeston, for an evening talk, Q&A and booksigning. During his talk "Courting Controversy: The Art and Artifice of Wildlife Film Making" Martin will take a look at how wildlife film makers produce amazing footage and discuss the techniques used to get the shots they want. Put your views forward, and find out what Martin thinks, at the end of the night during the Q&A. Followed by a chance to meet Martin during a booksigning and photo opportunity.
The Pearson Centre is situated right next to Sainsburys in Beeston and is well served by public transport. There is also ample parking nearby. Postcode: NG9 2NH.
Cafe serving all evening. Profits support the work of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.
All details subject to change.