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Royal Albert Hall

The Eastern & Oriental Express and YTL Hotels proudly present the world première of “eye on the tiger” - the world’s biggest ever Wild Tiger photographic exhibition. This exhibition will showcase over 30 of the world's best wildlife photographers, all in aid of raising awareness for wild tiger conservation. This Save Wild Tigers initiative will commence from September 18th to October 14th, 2018 and will take place in the iconic Royal Albert Hall.

For more information regarding the exhibition, please click here for the Royal Albert Hall blog.

International photographers from the USA, UK, Germany, Czech Republic, Sweden, Australia, Russia, Japan, Germany and India have all very generously donated their time and photographic rights to exhibit these beautiful photo`s at ‘eye on the tiger’. Photographers include: 

  • Michael Vickers (UK)
  • Steve Winter (USA)
  • Michael Nick Nicols (USA) 
  • Anup Shah (India) 
  • Suzi Eszterhas (USA)
  • Steve Bloom (UK) 
  • Andy Rouse (UK
  • Theo Allofs (Germany /USA) 
  • Thorsten Milse (Germany) 
  • Toshiji Fukuda (Japan ) 
  • Nick Garbutt (UK)
  • Elliott Neep (UK)
  • Vladimir Medvedev (Russia)
  • Tony Heald (UK)
  • Anish Andheria (India)
  • Mike Birkhead (UK)
  • Brunskill (UK)
  • Vladimir Cech (Czech Republic)
  • Iain Green (UK)
  • Robin Hamilton (UK)
  • Roger Hooper (UK)
  • Paul Hilton (Hong Kong /Australia)
  • E.A.Kuttapan (India)
  • Misha Masek (Canada)
  • Latika Nath (India)
  • Baiju Patil (India)
  • Bjorn Persson (Sweden) 
  • Aditya “Dicky” Singh (India) 
  • Shivaram Subramaniam (India) 
  • Kim Sullivan (USA)
  • Jami Tarris (USA)
  • Satyendra Tiwari (India)
  • Theo Webb (UK)

For more information of these artists please click here.

The exhibition will be on display in the Royal Albert Hall’s Amphi Corridor, and can be viewed when attending a performance or on the following free open days:

Saturday 22 September, 10am-4pm
Sunday 23 September, 10am-4pm
Friday 5 October, 10am-4pm
Sunday 7 October, 10am-4pm 
Friday 12 October, 10am-4pm 
Saturday 13 October, 10am-4pm