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Evening presentations

 

These evening presentations are free, informative and fun, offering you a first-hand insight into what an Exodus holiday is really like. Places at our shows are limited so don’t be disappointed. Just book your place(s) and turn up for a great evening with Exodus. If you book a place and can't make it on the night, please do let us know beforehand by emailing mktg@exodus.co.uk

Polar Journeys
Date:
08 June 2015 Time: 19:00
Venue:
St Albans Town Hall, Market Place St Peters Street, St Albans AL3 5DJ
Presenter:
Paul Goldstein

Come and join award-winning photographer, guide and writer Paul Goldstein in London for a spectacular evening of dazzling images, provocative commentary and hilarious anecdotes. If you have ever harboured any remote desire to travel to the 'ice', come along to one of the special talks Paul is renowned for. He knows the Polar Regions like no other, having led over twenty five photographic expeditions in Antarctica, South Georgia and Spitsbergen. Massive penguin rookeries, towering icebergs, majestic whales, polar bears, walrus and Arctic foxes all feature strongly. Paul has worked with BBC wildlife editors, and worked on polar voyages with Mark Carwardine, Jonathan Scott and Chris Packham. He is no ordinary guide; this is no ordinary lecture! Whether you are a wilderness and/or wildlife fan or photographer or indeed both you should not miss this evening.

The Himalaya
Date:
09 June 2015 Time: 19:00
Venue:
The Copthorne Tara Hotel, Scarsdale Place Kensington, London W8 5SY
Presenter:
Pete Burrell & Valerie Parkinson

In light of the recent Nepal earthquake, part of this evening will be devoted to an update on how our projects in the Himalaya have been affected. If you would like to donate to our disaster fund please go to our VirginMoneyGiving site here http://bit.ly/1b6VA3w. Join self-confessed mountain addicts Pete Burrell, Exodus’ Managing Director, and award-winning Himalayan leader Valerie Parkinson for an evening of inspiring imagery and heart-warming anecdotes from their Himalayan adventures. Between them they have the Himalaya covered, from summiting gargantuan peaks in Nepal, to classic routes through Ladakh, iconic hikes to famous basecamps to the lush forested trails of Darjeeling and Sikkim in the east. Valerie, rightly known as an “Exodus Legend”, has both the South Summit and the North Col of Everest under her belt. There will be an optional £5 on the door donation for this event which will go towards our Nepal Earthquake Fund. We will also have a collection on the evening.

Polar Journeys
Date:
08 September 2015 Time: 19:00
Venue:
The Royal Institute of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS
Presenter:
Paul Goldstein

Come and join award-winning photographer, guide and writer Paul Goldstein in London for a spectacular evening of dazzling images, provocative commentary and hilarious anecdotes. If you have ever harboured any remote desire to travel to the 'ice', come along to one of the special talks Paul is renowned for. He knows the Polar Regions like no other, having led over twenty five photographic expeditions in Antarctica, South Georgia and Spitsbergen. Massive penguin rookeries, towering icebergs, majestic whales, polar bears, walrus and Arctic foxes all feature strongly. Paul has worked with BBC wildlife editors, and worked on polar voyages with Mark Carwardine, Jonathan Scott and Chris Packham. He is no ordinary guide; this is no ordinary lecture! Whether you are a wilderness and/or wildlife fan or photographer or indeed both you should not miss this evening.

Polar Journeys
Date:
27 October 2015 Time: 19:00
Venue:
The Royal Institute of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS
Presenter:
Paul Goldstein

Come and join award-winning photographer, guide and writer Paul Goldstein in London for a spectacular evening of dazzling images, provocative commentary and hilarious anecdotes. If you have ever harboured any remote desire to travel to the 'ice', come along to one of the special talks Paul is renowned for. He knows the Polar Regions like no other, having led over twenty five photographic expeditions in Antarctica, South Georgia and Spitsbergen. Massive penguin rookeries, towering icebergs, majestic whales, polar bears, walrus and Arctic foxes all feature strongly. Paul has worked with BBC wildlife editors, and worked on polar voyages with Mark Carwardine, Jonathan Scott and Chris Packham. He is no ordinary guide; this is no ordinary lecture! Whether you are a wilderness and/or wildlife fan or photographer or indeed both you should not miss this evening.

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