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Live 'n' Deadly Jey | 10:30 UK time, Monday, 29 August 2011

Fancy a wild day out? Then you will be thrilled to know that the Deadly Day Out roadshow is back this autumn.

Steve Backshall at Deadly Day Out

Steve at a 2010 Deadly Day Out

This is your chance to come face to face with amazing animals and have a go at fun adventure activities. There will be special performances featuring Steve Backshall, Naomi Wilkinson and others. However due to the size of the event not everyone will get the chance to see Steve and Naomi.

Last year over 90,000 of you came along, but they did get a bit hectic, so this year you'll need a ticket.

  • Tickets are free
  • You'll need to be aged 18 or above to book them
  • You can apply for up to 6 tickets
    You can only apply for one event, so choose wisely
  • Only one application per household

(Our FAQ has more information about how tickets are allocated. CBBC comments are for children's use only. Parents can email us on

11 September 2011: South East – Horsham Park, West Sussex
We've had a few messages about the Horsham Park event and have posted a message in response.

18 September 2011: West – Lydiard Park, Swindon
Closed and tickets allocated

25 September 2011: Scotland - Bellahouston Park
Closed and tickets allocated 

2 October 2011: Wales - Margam Park
Closed and tickets allocated 

9 October 2011: North East - Saltwell Park, Gateshead
Closed and tickets allocated 

16 October 2011: East Midlands – Conkers, Derbyshire
Closed and tickets allocated 

23 October 2011: Northern Ireland – Castlewellan Forest Park
Closed and tickets allocated 

30 October 2011: South West – River Dart Country Park, Devon
Closed and tickets allocated 

6 November 2011: West Midlands - Monkey Forest, Staffordshire
Closed and tickets allocated 

13 November 2011: North West - Avenham Park, Preston, Lancashire
Closed and tickets allocated 


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