Last night I photographed the final dress rehearsal & press preview of Bear Gryll’s new show, Bear Grylls: Endeavour. It was an absolute blast – full of a range of examples of human endeavour, covered with live-action acted set pieces, big-screen film footage, stunts and theatrics, and audience interaction all underpinned by Bear Grylls vividly inspirational narration where he describes in wonderfully graphic detail the human feats of endeavour and survival.
I loved science and nature as a child, this show awesome not just for your kids but also helping you bring out your inner child and reignite your sense of wonder.
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Polar expedition set piece, seeing Grylls scaling I think Everest
Airplane crash survival set piece
A maggot-infested arm wound. Nice.
Grylls flies over the audience in a wing-suit
Teaching an audience member how to create fire…
…with the added challenge of doing so under a simulated torrential thunderstorm.
Space exploration set piece
How to fix your space ship when orbiting the earth…
…whoops we cut the wrong cable!
Bear Grylls and his son Huckleberry