Ash Dykes - Surviving Madagascar


Following his debut tour, 2015’s Breaking Mongolia, covering his solo, unsupported walk across Mongolia, Ash’s new show features his most recent record-breaking, world-first crossing of Madagascar; the world’s fourth largest island. Trekking 1600 miles in 155 days and climbing eight of the island’s highest mountains along the way.

In ‘Surviving Madagascar’, National Adventurer of the Year two years running, Ash Dykes tells the story of how he came to take on his daring expeditions, before recounting his latest adventure; how he contracted the deadliest strain of Malaria, was held up by the military, dodged bandits, received nasty spider bites, built a raft for a dangerous river crossing, was almost washed away - at night - by another ferocious, Crocodile-infested, river and had to hack his way through near-impenetrable jungle as he became the first person ever to traverse the length of Madagascar’s interior.

Ash celebrating his record-breaking trek across Madagascar

Ash celebrating his record-breaking trek across Madagascar

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Sun 12 March                                               01392 726363
EXETER Northcott Theatre                          

Tues 14 March
GLASGOW Drygate                                                            

Wed 15 March                                               01463 234234
INVERNESS Eden Court    

Thurs 16 March                                             01350 727674
DUNKELD Birnam Arts            

Fri 17 March                                                   01874 611622
BRECON Theatr Brycheiniog           

Wed 22 March                                               01900 602122
WORKINGTON Carnegie Theatre

Thurs 23 March                                             01298 72190
BUXTON Arts Centre

Fri 31 March                                                   01286 685222
CAERNARFON Galeri Theatr                                   

Tues 4 April                                                   01684 892277
MALVERN Malvern Theatres    
                       
Wed 5 April                                                   01239 621200
CARDIGAN Theatr Mwldan                              

Thurs 6 April                                                 08445 762210
CHELTENHAM Town Hall  
                                      
Wed 12 April                                                 01264 368368
ANDOVER The Lights                                         

Wed 19 April                                                 01524 598500
LANCASTER Dukes Theatre                                                                   

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