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Alone in Antarctica: lecture tour

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Trust Ambassador Felicity Aston is embarking on a twelve theatre lecture tour in October and November. Organised by Speakers from the Edge, she will be criss-crossing the country from Inverness to Cardiff, Radlett to Llandudno.

She will be talking about her solo walk across Antarctica. An feat she accomplished in 59 days. Spending two months alone in this extreme landscape, where even the smallest mistakes can prove treacherous, was a grueling yet remarkable experience.  Using her own footage and stunning images from her expedition, Felicity will transport the audience to this last true remaining wilderness.

Felicity raised £2700 for the British Antarctic Monument Trust during her walk and will be promoting the Trust during the lecture tour. If you would like to make a donation please click here.

Click in the links below to book your seats:

Tues 2nd LOUGHBOROUGH Town Hall 01509 231914
Wed 3rd RADLETT The Radlett Centre 01923 859291
Thurs 4th GREAT TORRINGTON The Plough Arts Centre 01805 624 624

Wed 7 Nov MALVERN Malvern Theatres 01684 892277
Fri 9 Nov CARDIFF Chapter Arts Centre 029 2030 4400
Sun 11 Nov TUNBRIDGE WELLS Assembly Hall Theatre 01892 530613
Mon 19 Nov STIRLING Albert Halls 01786 473544
Wed 21 Nov GLENROTHES Rothes Hall 01592 611101
Thu 22 Nov DUNKELD Birnam Arts Centre 01350 727674
Fri 23 Nov INVERNESS Eden Court 01463 234234
Sun 25 Nov BUXTON Arts Centre 0845 1272190
Tue 27 Nov LLANDUDNO Venue Cymru 01492 872000
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