Celebrating 100 years since Shackleton's return to civilization
On 20th May 2016, it will be 100 years since Sir Ernest Shackleton and five others made it back to civilization, after 2 years stuck in Antarctic, an 800-mile open boat journey and hike across South Georgia Island.
To celebrate, we're holding a special event in London.
We're showing the original film made about the expedition: South (1919), followed by a live Q&A with Tim Jarvis, who recreated Shackleton's journey on a replica boat in 2013 (see the news report below...).
Join us for one of the greatest adventure travel stories of all time.
6pm: Drinks in the Picturehouse bar
6:30pm: Doors open
6:50pm: Feature film: South (1919)
8:20pm: Short film: about Tim Jarvis "Shackleton Epic" expedition in 2013
8:30pm: Exclusive Q&A with Tim Jarvis
9pm: More drinks in the bar
Ten News report about the launch of Tim Jarvis' Shackleton Epic
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We showcase the best examples of human skill, endurance and endeavour.
Every couple of months we organise simultaneous events, bringing outdoor inspiration to cities across the world.
Providing entertainment for adventurers, explorers and armchair travellers alike.
Normally the main film lasts about an hour and is followed by a chat with the filmmaker themselves. Then we go for a drink to discuss what we saw.
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