/ Sir Ranulph Fiennes & Ian Parnell Talks June/July
When world-renowned polar explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes turned his attentions from the great frozen wilderness of the Poles to two of the world’s highest and most testing mountains he faced several challenges. In his early sixties and recovering from a very severe heart attack, he had no climbing experience and, not least, suffered from vertigo!
This summer, Sir Ranulph will be be appearing at 13 venues around the UK talking about how he overcame these challenges to summit both the North Face of the Eiger and Mount Everest. He will be interviewed live on stage by acclaimed high altitude mountaineer, photographer and Associate Editor of Climb magazine Ian Parnell. Ian filmed Ranulph on both mountains as they climbed and the talks will include Ian's brilliant footage and images from both expeditions.
Dates & Venues
Thu 7th SALFORD QUAYS THE LOWRY 0843 208 6010
Fri 8th BARNSTAPLE QUEENS THEATRE 01271 32 42 42
Mon 18th ST ALBANS THE ALBAN ARENA 01727 844488
wed 20th INVERNESS EDEN COURT 01463 234234
Mon 25th CAMBRIDGE CORN EXCHANGE 01223 357851
Mon 2nd BIRMINGHAM TOWN HALL 0121 780 333
Wed 4th HARROGATE THE ROYAL HALL 01423 502 116
Thu 5th DERBY ASSEMBLY ROOMS 01332 255800
Mon 9th SHREWSBURY SEVERN THEATRE 01743 281 281
Wed 11th CARDIFF ST DAVIDS HALL 029 2087 8444
Fri 13th LLANDUDNO VENUE CYMRU 01492 872000
Wed 18th MALVERN MALVERN THEATRES 01684 892277
Thurs 19th GUILDFORD GLive 0844 7701 797
To BOOK TICKETS ONLINE please visit http://www.speakersfromtheedge.com/theatre-tours/sir-ranulph-fiennes-everest-eiger-more
This tour is kindly sponsored by Rohan has been planned in association with Heason Events.
Both top blokes imo but £19.50 a ticket! I don't think i'll bother.
I was looking at he cardiff gig, ~2000 seats. And as co1in H said, It's ticket price + booking charge (per ticket, as if it's any more effort to put through and post out multiple tickets) + fuel + parking + expensive drinks = I pass on this one.
who cares, itll be entertaining anyway :-D
Pity that there is no South East Venue
Harrogate to Inverness is a mighty big gap!
Why are they called "Speakers from the Edge"? I don't know who Ian Parnel is but for Fiennes I suppose it means "the Edge of Credibility" :-)
I'm afraid it's too late to convince me of that.... perhaps you should check out his past?
Not a lot of good to those of us who live in the true south east. Both venues are a good 2 hour drive, and that's assuming the M25 isn't congested! It is a lot easier to get to London and more eco friendly by train.
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