Night of Adventure, London 2019
Tuesday 19 March, 19.00 – 22.30 (doors open 18.00)
Emmanuel Centre, 9 – 23 Marsham Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3DW
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Join us at the Emmanuel Centre for a night filled with adventure, in aid of Hope and Homes for Children.
‘Night of Adventure’ is an exciting, sell-out event where an eclectic collection of first-class adventurers, from across the spectrum of explorers, daredevils and pioneers, come together to share their experiences with a live audience.
Each speaker is limited to just 20 slides to accompany their tales, shown on a huge screen. The challenge is that each slide will automatically scroll forward after just 20 seconds. It’s fast. It’s furious, but, ultimately, it’s a chance to be swept away to a world filled with adventure, all without leaving your seat.
Alastair Humphreys – an adventurer, author and recipient of National Geographic’s Adventurer of the Year award for his pioneering work on the concept of Microadventures. Alastair will host the evening.
Rosie Swale-Pope MBE – the only person in history, man or woman, to have undertaken a solo, unsupported run around our world!
Kiko Matthews – the fastest female to row the Atlantic, solo and unsupported.
Family by Cycle – a family with three young children who enjoy cycling adventures.
Nics Wetherill – led a team of six British women who used muscle power alone to ski coast-to-coast across Antarctica.
Clare Dyson – a qualified Mountain Leader who recently completed an adventure in Cumbria with her pony, Pansy.
Sally Orange – an avid runner who completed seven marathons on seven continents, dressed as seven different pieces of fruit!
Jonathan Rider and Edmund Le Brun – completed a descent of the Oxus River in Afghanistan by packraft.
Mark Beaumont – a world record holder who now also holds the title for cycling around the world in under 80 days.
Arjun Bhogal – completed a 25,000km walk, from the UK to Australia!
Anna McNuff – endurance athlete and self-proclaimed ‘mischief maker’, Anna recently completed an unplanned, social media driven adventure across Europe.
Sarah Marquis – a Swiss adventurer, explorer and recipient of National Geographic’s Adventurer of the Year award.
Chris Jewell – an exploratory caver and cave diver who played a leading role in the 2018 Tham Luang Thailand cave rescue.
Doors open at 18.00. Talks start at 19.00. There will be a short interval during the evening where you can enjoy a drink at the bar or visit one of our exciting exhibitor stands.
Please note tickets for this event are non-refundable.
Thank you to our Gold and Silver partners: