Chris Hadfield UK Tour “Exploration, Imagery, Stories, and Music”

20th Jan 2023
Chris Hadfield UK Tour “Exploration, Imagery, Stories, and Music”

Some know Chris Hadfield as “the guy who sang David Bowie songs onboard the ISS”.

This may be true, but Hadfield is much more than this. In fact, he’s one of the most prominent and interesting figures in the space industry, having been the first Canadian to command the ISS, and the first Canadian to perform extravehicular activity in space. He served on multiple NASA missions. 

Touring on Earth

Now, you can hear his exciting stories and unique insight, with a series of events entitled “On Earth and Space” taking place around the UK and Ireland in June 2023.

The tour has promised “a mind-expanding evening of exploration, imagery, stories, and music” and focuses on the new age of space travel. Hadfield will give his own take on what the future of space and space travel means for humankind, as well as sharing some fascinating stories from his own space voyages.

With a focus on multimedia, the show also includes incredible images from the James Webb telescope, and an audience Q&A at each show providing a chance to discuss his incredible career and ask your own questions.

VIP tickets are available which include a personalised book signing of ‘The Apollo Murders’, a photo with Chris, and a pre-show talk.

“I love the UK and Ireland,” Hadfield said, “so to be coming back and sharing my experiences once again is very exciting.”

When and where to see Chris Hadfield

Tickets are available for shows on the following dates:

June 15 2023 – Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth

June 17 2023 – The Armadillo, Glasgow

June 18 2023 – The Lowry, Salford

June 20 2023 – Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Westminster

June 21 2023 – Theatre Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

June 22 2023 – Bonus Arena, Hull

June 23 2023 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham

June 25 2023 – Bord Gais Energy Theatre (formerly Grand Canal Theatre), Dublin

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