The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is returning in 2017 bigger than ever with a brand new collection of the most exhilarating and inspirational adventure films on the planet! The trailer has just been released and you can check it out now at http://www.banff-uk.com.
Unleash your wild side with an evening of mind-blowing journeys, high-altitude action and phenomenal landscapes as the world’s top adventurers push life to the limits in some of the furthest-flung corners of the globe. Two entirely different film programmes will be shown once again this year – the Red and Blue film programmes. The film line-up will be announced in early January.
The tour kicks off in Brighton on 25 January and 96 shows later ends in Milford Haven on 17 May. All the details and tickets are available at http://www.banff-uk.com.
Throughout the Tour, more than £50,000 of prizes and giveaways will be up for grabs from the Banff Tour partners, including Keen, Cotswold Outdoor, Osprey, Buff, Stanley, Joby, SueMe and Clif Bar.
TOUR DATES AND LOCATIONS JANUARY 25, BRIGHTON, Brighton Dome 27, GLASGOW, SECC 28, EDINBURGH, Festival Theatre
1, STAFFORD, Gatehouse Theatre 2 & 3, LEEDS, Town Hall 4 & 18, STOCKPORT, Plaza Cinema 7, LLANDUDNO, Venue Cymru 9 & 10, INVERNESS, Eden Court Theatre 11, PITLOCHRY, Festival Theatre 14, POOLE, Lighthouse Theatre 15, BUXTON, Opera House 16, SHREWSBURY, Theatre Severn 17, LIVERPOOL, Plaza Community Cinema 21, ABINGDON, Abingdon School 21, WIMBORNE MINSTER, Tivoli Theatre 22, LEAMINGTON SPA, Royal Spa Centre 22, SALISBURY, City Hall 23, HARROGATE, Royal Hall 23, TRURO, Hall for Cornwall 24, YARM, Yarm School 24 & 25, EXETER, Corn Exchange 28, LEICESTER, De Montfort Hall
MARCH 1, CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange 2 & 3, MALVERN, Forum Theatre 4, BIRMINGHAM, Town Hall 7-18, LONDON, Union Chapel 8, YORK, Barbican 9 & 10, WHITLEY BAY, Playhouse 11, GLASGOW, SECC 14, LEAMINGTON SPA, Royal Spa Centre 15, BRECON, Theatr Brycheiniog 16, PORTHCAWL, Grand Pavilion 17, LLANELLI, Ffwrnes Theatre 21, SWINDON, Wyvern Theatre 22 & 23, BATH, Komedia 24, WEYMOUTH, Pavilion 25, TRUO, Hall for Cornwall 28, DORKING, Dorking Halls 28, LANCASTER, Grand Theatre 29, CANTERBURY, Gulbenkian Theatre 29, STAFFORD, Gatehouse Theatre 30, CARDIFF, St David's Hall 30, READING, The Hexagon 31, SALISBURY, City Hall
APRIL 1, GUILDFORD, G Live 1, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, Assembly Hall Theatre 4, CHELTENHAM, Town Hall 5-8, BRISTOL, Victoria Rooms 5, ABINGDON, Abingdon School 6, SHREWSBURY, Theatre Severn 7, LIVERPOOL, Plaza Community Cinema 19, WIMBORNE MINSTER, Tivoli Theatre 20, BRIGHTON, Brighton Dome 21, CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange 22, NORWICH, Lecture Theatre 1 (UEA) 25, HEBDEN BRIDGE, Picture House 25, YEOVIL, Octagon Theatre 26-29, KESWICK, Theatre by the Lake 26, DORKING, Dorking Halls 27, PORTSMOUTH, The Kings Theatre 28, POOLE, Lighthouse Theatre
5, WREXHAM, William Aston Hall 6, LLANDUDNO, Venue Cymru 9, DUBLIN, National Concert Hall 10, GALWAY, Town Hall Theatre 11 & 12, NEWTOWNABBEY, Theatre at the Mill 13, ENNIS, Glor 14, CORK, The Everyman 16, KILKENNY, Watergate Theatre 17, MILFORD HAVEN, Torch Theatre