The Supervet is heading to Manchester Arena this October to discuss his life and how it has led him to creating revolutionary treatments and surgeries for animals. Professor Noel Fitzpatrick will be guiding the audience from his life growing up in Ireland, where he first fell in love with becoming a vet, via his training and life at veterinary college, through to being a leader in regenerative medicine leading to him becoming Channel 4’s The Supervet. Fitzpatrick will show how his everyday experiences, be it a meeting with a lollipop lady, or his love of comic books, helped give inspiration for his bionic inventions. Underpinning the whole show will be Fitzaptrick’s love of animals and his desire to show how great the bond between families and their pets is as well as the excitement about the future of medical science. The Supervet will also be displaying his skills in a virtual theatre, assisted by music and visuals, as he brings the veterinary theatre to life.

Sun 21 Oct, Manchester Arena, Victoria Station, Hunts Bank, Manchester, M3 1AR. Tel: 0161 950 5229, 7.30pm, prices vary,

A Manchester Wire partnership post.

Sun 21 Oct
Joe Daly
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Thu 18 Oct 2018