Bear Grylls

Adventurer and writer Bear Grylls has created a new interactive live show called Endeavour: Your Adventure Awaits, which will tour UK arenas this year.

The show will visit 12 UK venues between 7th and 30th October, opening at the SSE Arena, Wembley and closing at the Sheffield Arena. Tickets go on sale this Friday.

The live action and adventure show has been designed and will be hosted by Bear Grylls alongside a cast of expert aerial artists and stunt crew.

Endeavour: Your Adventure Awaits will take the audience on a theatrical expedition across the globe using state-of-the-art video mapping technology and special effects. 

The show celebrates examples of great feats of courage, endurance and endeavour through the ages, and audiences will bear witness to the re-enactments of real life stories of survival.

What does the show entail?

Bear Grylls as host will guide the audience on a journey, uncovering true life stories of survival from environments like mountains, jungles and the ocean.

Special effects will allow the audience to see things like the tiny detail of rock crumbling beneath Bear’s feet as he climbs recreated environments, as well as witness him appearing to swim with sharks.

Groups should expect aerial stunts, light displays and the recapturing of many heart-warming survival stories.

Bear Grylls said: “I am so excited to see this show truly come to life, and to be able to take people on this incredibly inspiring journey of courage, heroism and survival against all the odds.

With Endeavour we harness so much ground-breaking new technology to take the audience on a very intimate, immersive and at times terrifying journey through some of the greatest and most unknown feats of exploration.”

Bear Grylls

Bear Grylls is a globally recognised face of survival and outdoor adventure, as well as the Chief Scout in the UK.

Trained from a young age in martial arts, Bear went on to spend three years as a soldier in the British Special Forces, serving with 21 SAS.

Since then he’s hosted many survival television programmes, such as Running Wild and The Island with Bear Grylls, and written 22 books including his best-selling autobiography Mud, Sweat & Tears.

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