BROADCASTER and adventurer Ben Fogle will be bringing out his wild side once more as his latest tour heads to Wrexham.

Sharing inspiring and uplifting stories from a life of amazing encounters, the popular presenter will hit the road throughout March with his live tour.

The Leader:

Ben Fogle's 'Wild' will be visiting the William Aston Hall in Wrexham on Sunday, March 17. Tickets are available now.

Best known from hit TV shows including Animal Park, Lost Worlds and New Lives In The Wild, Ben Fogle’s career has taken him to some of the most extreme locations in the world, whether filming for documentaries or tackling some of mankind’s greatest physical challenges.

He will share stories of hope, possibility and positivity, taking audiences on a new journey to relive the inspiring and uplifting tales he has encountered along the way – in environments as diverse as the wilderness of northern Sweden, the jungles of Honduras, the hostility of Chernobyl and the mountains of Nepal.

The show promises to be hair-raising, uplifting and wildly entertaining, as Ben shares the amazing encounters he’s had with people and animals around the world.

Ben said: “The adventures, expeditions and journeys I have experienced over more than 20 years have shaped the man I am today – they have strengthened me emotionally, physically and mentally and armed me with the skills for life.

“WILD has been an opportunity for me to share some of those life lessons, as well as the stories of the incredible people and animals I’ve met along the way. The audiences in 2023 were fantastic and now I can’t wait to share more of these encounters and get back on the road.”


The tour launched in spring 2023 following his sold-out Tales From The Wilderness tour in 2019/2021.

Ben is an award-winning broadcaster and adventurer, who has scaled Mouth Everest, rowed the Atlantic and raced across Antarctica and the Sahara.

He is also a Sunday Times bestselling author who has written more than 15 books and is the United Nations Patron Of The Wilderness, a fellow of the Royal Geographic Society, an ambassador to WWF, Tusk and Hearing Dogs For The Deaf, and patron of The Red Cross.