Bradt's Big Cat Festival

10/10/2018 08:31

Written by Bradt Travel Guides


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Bradt's Big Cat Festival

Saturday 13th April 2019 at the Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore

Doors open: 10:00am

Doors close: 6:30pm 

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 After a very successful first year, Bradt’s Big Cat Festival returns for 2019, with another packed day of inspiring talks and practical workshops. Full details of speakers and sessions will be released in due course, but we are thrilled to announce Chris Packham as our headline speaker for this year’s event. It’s the ultimate big day out for big cat lovers!

Confirmed Speakers

  • Chris Packham (writer, broadcaster and naturalist)
  • Luke Barnett (specialist cinematographer on the blockbuster BBC Dynasties series)
  • Dr Amy Dickman (conservation biologist working up close with lions in Tanzania)
  • Paul Goldstein (conservationist guide & acclaimed wildlife photographer)
  • John Rendall & Derek Cattani (authors of Christian the Lion - the lion cub cought at Harrods)
  • Brian Jackman (author of The Marsh Lions & one of Britain's finest wildlife writers)

Sponsored by:

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How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact for any questions relating to the event, including press requests.

What time will the talks begin?

We will send out a timetable of talks to all attendees prior to the festival, but we expect the first talk in the main auditorium to begin at 11am. 

Will there be Food and Drink available to purchase at the event?

Drinks and snacks will be available to purchase from the RGS's Tea Room. If you wish to purchase a boxed lunch (either a sandwich, bag of crisps and an apple, or a cold boxed meal) you will need to pre-order during the ticket purchase process, or email You are welcome to bring your own food and drink with you to the event. 

Is the event suitable for children?

As it is a full day of talks, we think the event is most suitable for those aged 12+. There is no entertainment specifically laid on for children. 

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