Tue, 30 Jun|
Royal Geographical Society
MOUNTAIN DAY SESSION 8 (1)
The big finale to Mountain Sunday is something special! It starts with a Hazel Findlay POWERTALK, followed by an open talk from John Porter. The final main theatre session will include a Q&A with Hampstead's very own Sir Chris Bonington and Paul Pritchard flown in from Australia.
Time & Location
30 Jun 2020, 19:00 – 23:00
Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, Kensington, London SW7 2AR, UK
About the Event
You will spend four hours at the Festival, splitting your time between the Festival Areas and the Main Theatre. You'll be able to experience all our attractions including Adventure Talks, Stunning Films, Everest Virtual Reality, Wildlife Cinema, Exhibitor Stands, Routes Coffee Shop (with live music), Food and our Map Room Bar complete with special Festival Beers.
19.00 - Doors Open to all areas of the Festival - Entry Kensington Gore
19.30 - Hazel Findley POWERTALK upgrade only
20.00 - John Porter
21.00 - First Film in Main Theatre
21.30 - Chris Bonington and Paul Pritchard in conversation
23.00 - Films end - Exit via Exhibition Road
Younger children are welcome to the festival but we advise 14+. This is because some films may include bad language or people in pain. Also, all attendees must attend their session screenings and so sit in the theatre for two hours. This is so the next group can enter the other festival rooms. Thank you for your cooperation.
Alcohol is not included with this ticket. If you are over 18 but look under 25 you will be asked to provide acceptable ID (a card bearing the PASS hologram, a photographic driving license or a passport) if you wish to buy alcohol at the event.
Session Pass & POWERTALK
This ticket INCLUDES admission to the Hazel Findlay POWERTALK at 19.30. It also includes Films and the Chris Bonington with Paul Pritchard interview. The John Porter talk is open to the first 100 in the room.
Session 8 Pass
This ticket gives you access to all areas EXCEPT the Hazel Findlay POWERTALK. It includes Films and the Chris Bonington and Paul Pritchard interview. The John Porter talk is open to the first 100 in the room.