Karen Darke MBE & Steve Bate MBE - Wild Tracks
Paralympic gold medal-winning cyclists Karen Dark MBE and Steve Bate MBE share the incredible journey of riding to ascend the iconic mountain of Kilimanjaro together.
With a diverse team, Wild Tracks explores themes of challenge, diversity and human potential.
This evening of film and insight will illuminate the gifts that lie within the tough-stuff of life and how we might transform what, at first, seems messy, into something rich in meaning and magic.
From the physical demands of the journey to the emotional healing that mountains bring, take a journey of discovery and inspiration.
A rare opportunity to hear, first-hand, a story of resilience, transformation and human connection.
Steve Bate MBE will present the Bristol, Tunbridge Wells, Shrewsbury, Leeds & Penrith dates.
Karen Darke MBE will present the Inverness & Stirling dates.
Both Karen & Steve will present the Sale, Manchester, date.
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Our review on Karen Darke MBE & Steve Bate MBE - Wild Tracks
On Your Feet - Palace Theatre, Manchester - Monday 28th October 2019 by Karen Johnstone
When I heard that there was a show about Gloria and Emilio Estefan it took me back to my youth, remembering the songs I grew up with. I was ready for a night of great music and dancing and the show did not disappoint. The band were amazing, right from curtain up you were transported to South America and I was reminded just how good Gloria’s music is. At the end of each part the cast included the audience, coming into the stalls or getting us to dance which was great fun!
My 14 year old daughter came to the show with me, I was slightly concerned she would not follow the story having asked me who they were! She thoroughly enjoyed the show, while she recognized some of the songs she was dancing away with the rest of us (many of us were also singing!). The clever mix of story telling and the Estefan’s songs provided an interesting and sometimes heart-wrenching insight into the challenges faced by the couple. Philippa Stefani’s voice was amazing and did justice to the classic songs while our favourite character had to be Karen Mann, who provided a great amount of humour portraying Consuelo.
In my daughters words it was a truly inspirational story, brilliant music and a great night out!
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