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by Angela Lord (subscribe)
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Tiger conservation campaign roars into action

March is the month of the Tiger, with the launch of a campaign to support the conservation of these magnificent big cats in the wild.

St Pancras Station is hosting a programme of tiger-themed activities, entertainment and exhibitions in its Grade I listed building over the first three weeks of March.

The campaign kicks off on 1 March with a live performance from Brain May and Kerry Ellis. The day's programme of events starts from 5.30pm.

Artist Benjamin Murphy has designed an artwork consisting of a giant tiger outline, which will be filled in by participants to create an original masterpiece. This runs from 1-17 March.

Tiny Tigers family weekend on 16-17 March will feature face-paintings and dance workshops in a makeshift jungle.

Some of the surrounding restaurants, bars and shops will be joining in with their own promotions and offers.

The campaign finishes in style with a champagne reception and gala dinner at the 5 star St Pancras Renaissance hotel on 21 March. Tickets priced 300 are available from the Born Free website.

Proceeds from the charity gala will go towards tiger conservation programmes.
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Why? Tiger conservation event and activities
When: 1-21 March
Where: St Pancras Station, Euston road, London
Cost: Free, apart from charity gala dinner
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