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
News items tagged with 'wildlife':
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
On 1 September 2012, Kerry Ellis and Brian May will perform at Wildlife Rocks at Guildford Cathedral.
Tune into ‘Foxes Live: Wild in the City’ on Channel 4 tonight at 8pm (GMT), where Kerry Ellis and Brian May will be interviewed live from Battersea Power Station about their love and work with foxes.
Earlier today Kerry Ellis and Brian May took part in a photo shoot for the Born Free Foundation. Announcing the news on Twitter, Kerry said:
Keep an eye out for a new blog post ‘From the West End to Wildlife’ on Thursday, 9 February 2012, which will feature Kerry Ellis. ‘From the West End to Wildlife’, which is part of the ARKive blog, asks performers from the West End to share what fascinates them about wildlife.
Kerry Ellis is very excited to be working on a new project with the Born Free Foundation. All will be revealed soon…
Kerry Ellis and Brian May will attend the Born Free Foundation Gala Dinner on 17 June 2011 at the Savoy Hotel, London, to celebrate the 80th birthday of it’s founder, Virginia McKenna.