Wildlife Photographer of the Year reopens Greenham's Base today
The Base at Greenham re-opens today (Monday, May 17) with the much-anticipated prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 56 exhibition, from the Natural History Museum in London.
Featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world, Wildlife Photographer of the Year 56 uses photography's unique emotive power to engage and inspire audiences, encouraging a future of advocating for the planet.
See Thursday’s Newbury Weekly news for a full review.
Demand being high for the limited run of this exhibition, you are encouraged to book early in order to secure your preferred time slot.
The exhibition runs to Sunday, June 13 and is open seven days a week,10am - 5pm (last entry 4pm)
Tickets £9 (£7.50 concs, £6 under-16s, under-5s free)
All tickets must be booked in advance with a time slot
There is Wildlife Photographer of the Year merchanise for sale, including postcards and tote bags, which feature some of the breathtaking imagery found in the exhibition.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London
The Base is Covid-secure, with all industry and government guidelines followed and the Visit England We’re Good to Go certificate displayed. A number of measures in place, such as reduced numbers in thegallery and workshop space, hand sanitiser available for you to use and masks must be worn. https://thebasegreenham.co.uk