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Following the huge success of his Channel 4 show, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, The Supervet, is delighted to be bringing his first ever live stage show Welcome to My World to major arenas and theatres across the UK & Ireland this autumn.

Welcome To My World is a unique live experience. Entertaining and fascinating, you’ll be in tears one minute and laughing the next.

Nottingham Post

WELCOME TO MY WORLD

“Come with me on my journey from a field in Ireland to a fantastical world of bionics and regeneration, where everything becomes possible. I am so excited to bring to you my live show and share with you my story. Welcome to my world.”

Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, The Supervet, is excited to be bringing his first ever live stage show Welcome to My World to major arenas and theatres across the UK & Ireland later this year.

Noel is a true thought leader in his field, drawing inspiration for his bionic inventions from his everyday life experiences and observations of the world around him. Welcome to My World is a unique opportunity to discover how these commonplace experiences, from the lollipop lady on the corner of the street to the films and comics he loved as a boy, have inspired his revolutionary developments in orthopaedic surgery.

Join him on an extraordinary and emotional storytelling journey from his early years in Ireland, where his dreams of becoming a vet propelled him through childhood; to international veterinary training and practice, and on to the forefront of the revolution in bionic & regenerative medicine, evolving into The Supervet we know and love today.

When The Supervet began on Channel 4, Noel wanted to tell a story about love, hope and the unbreakable bond between animals and their families, as well as offering insights into all the incredible science at his fingertips. This ground-breaking new live show will see Noel bring these passions together as audiences see some of the secrets behind his inventions revealed for the first time, as well as getting a sneak peek into the future of medicine before it even happens.

Using the very latest in creative technology, illustrated with spectacular music and visuals, Noel will showcase his innovative treatments within a virtual theatre, using high-tech gadgetry to bring his ideas to life on stage.

Welcome to My World is a unique live experience for animal lovers everywhere. It will not just entertain and fascinate, but it might just change how you think!

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