Wet and wild

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is returning to Theatre Severn on Wednesday 20 September, delivering an evening of inspirational and jaw-dropping ocean films.
The 2017 programme sees intrepid freedivers explore haunting shipwrecks and nomadic sailors face the icy waters of Antarctica, and features awe-inspiring marine life such as humpback whales and the endangered Giant Pacific manta ray.

“We’re delighted to be bringing the Ocean Film Festival World Tour back to UK audiences for the fourth year running,” says tour director Nell Teasdale. “Featuring incredible cinematography, the films capture the raw beauty and power of the ocean, while celebrating an eclectic and fascinating mix of characters who live for the sea’s salt spray.”
Tickets are available from oceanfilmfestival.co.uk.

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