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Night of Adventure

If you’re in London next Monday evening you could do a lot worse than heading to Leicester Square for the Night of Adventure.

There are loads of really interesting people speaking about their expeditions and adventures. I will be talking about last year’s journey Into The Empty Quarter.

All of the talks are a pecha kucha format – in other words 20 slides which scroll every 20 seconds. It results in a high-paced, compact 400 second rendition of an adventure. Fun for the audience. Scary for the speaker.

You can look back through previous talks here.  Tickets are on sale here – all money goes to charity. If you are unable to come, please do share this blog post with people who might enjoy the event: we still have a few tickets to sell over the weekend.

Here are some of my previous talks from this event:

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