Earlier today, Kerry Ellis did an interview with Expresso Show to talk about the Born Free Foundation’s Pride of Cape Town. We will let you know once the interview is available.
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Last week, Kerry Ellis and Brian May were interviewed on ITN London Tonight to talk about the launch of Tiger Tracks at St Pancras Station in London. You can watch the interview below:
Check out this new video with Virginia Mckenna, Brian May and Kerry Ellis showcasing the Born Free Foundation’s ‘Tiger Tracks’ event at St Pancras International, London.
Tiger Tracks press release:Rock legends roar to the rescue Duo set to wow rush hour crowds on Friday 1 March Performance kicks off three weeks of activity to save wild tigers World’s largest tiger conservation event
On 1 March 2013, Kerry Ellis and Brian May will attend the launch of Tiger Tracks at St Pancras International Station, London. Tiger Tracks, the world’s biggest tiger event, is being organised by Save Wild Tigers
After their penultimate gig of their Born Free tour at The Hawth in Crawley, Will Travers, Virginia McKenna, Brian May and Kerry Ellis thank their supporters and fans for their support and wish a Merry Christmas.
Kerry Ellis and Brian May’s new version of ‘Born Free’ is now available on 12″ vinyl. There are only 1000 limited edition picture discs available.
Check out this new Kerry Ellis interview with lastminutetheatretickets.com, where Kerry talks about:
Update: 28 February 2013 – BEAM has been postponed until 2014. On 21-23 June 2013, Kerry Ellis is due to attend the first BEAM (Best European Act of Musicals) convention in Rimini, Italy. BEAM is described as "the new major event in the world of musicals", which includes
Check out this new blog post by Will Travers, Chief Executive Officer of the Born Free Foundation, thanking Kerry Ellis and Brian May for their recent Born Free tour and single.