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Here are 12 brilliant adventure stories that you’d enjoy hearing, told by fantastic characters (and me).

All these people will be speaking at the next Night of Adventure event in London on March 24th. These charity events have been running for 5 years now, raising over £110,000 for Hope and Homes for Children

These events always sell out so please get your tickets early! All proceeds go to charity.

 

All these people will be speaking at the next Night of Adventure event in London on March 24th. These charity events have been running for 5 years now, raising over £110,000 for Hope and Homes for Children.

The format is fun and fresh: each speaker is allowed just 20 slides. Each slide scrolls on automatically every 20 seconds. The speaker has just 400 seconds to tell the greatest story of their life. And then it’s onto the next one.

It’s fast, furious, terrifying for the speakers and very enjoyable for the audience.

These events always sell out so please get your tickets early! All proceeds go to charity.

If you are unable to attend please will you share something like this with your friends on Twitter and Facebook?

The Night of Adventure event in London on March 24th looks great. 12 speakers, all for charity. Tickets here: 

Thank you!

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  1. Please do another one up north!

    Newcastle would be nice, but Edinburgh would do!

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    • I would love to buy it’s really hard to get the calibre of speakers and to get a full house. They are the 2 challenges!

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  2. Too far for me to take advantage, and the format looks like a blast! Maybe someone can make this work in the States. This blog post did introduce me to many more amazing people and their stories. Much obliged.

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  3. Can you get them videoed again, maybe ask Dylan? You could sell them as a download few a few quid? Many of us stuck in the cold dark North and even outside the country would pay a bit to listen to these top speakers.

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  4. Great posting and information about adventures around the globe, thank for sharing

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  5. Steve Burbidge Posted

    One day somebody may listen to what I have too say ! He he

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  6. Super inspiring….any plans to come to Bristol??

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