St Pancras International is to stage a concert by Brian May and Kerry Ellis this Friday to launch Tiger Tracks an initiative to save the few remaining tigers in the wild.
“We are delighted to announce that rock music legend Brian May and West End sensation Kerry Ellis will launch Tiger Tracks on Friday 1st March!
Brian and Kerry will take to the stage on the Grand Terrace at 6pm, throwing their support behind the world’s largest conservation event.
Their performance will mark the start of three weeks of tiger activity and you’re invited to join musicians, artists, authors, conservationists and retailers in the fight to save the wild tiger.
From the 1st to the 21st March, visitors to St Pancras International will notice some truly wild additions. A special ‘Tiger Tracker’ unit will allow you to track wild tigers in their natural habitat – straight from the Arcade!”