The Emmy Award winning Our Planet Netflix documentary is being reimagined into a two-hour arena show with visual and sound effects and will be accompanied by a 66-piece orchestra and on-screen narration from Sir David Attenborough.

Our Planet Live in Concert, set to take place in Glasgow, will envision the eight-part series combining highlights from the ground-breaking show with some brand new additions to create an immersive journey across our planet.

Three giant screens will present the cinematography of Our Planet, allowing audiences to be fully immersed into the wonders of earth’s wildlife and habitats. Intelligent lighting and a surround sound system will be added to heighten the visual experience.

New research reveals the Netflix original documentary series has helped to cement the urgency of the climate and nature crisis, and changes attitude towards the environment.

Almost half of UK respondents surveyed said the biggest problem they are currently faced with is litter and waste, as well as air pollution, and erratic weather patterns.

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With these concerns in mind, Our Planet Live in Concert is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its events and promising to work with venues who are also committed to sustainability.

There will be £1 discretionary donations from each ticket purchased which will help to restore some of the world’s great forests by supporting the Trillion Trees programme to plant up to 5,000 trees in Kenya and Tanzania.

Our Planet Live in Concert will come to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Monday, October 19, at 6.30pm. Shortly after, world leaders are set to descend upon the city for the UN Climate Change Summit.

All profits from the show will be donated to WWF’s global Our Planet education and awareness initiatives.

These initiatives include providing educational materials for schools and young people, to inspire and motivate the next generation to protect the planet.

Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster.