[K]endal Mountain Festival 2017: Venture into the world’s most hostile and extreme locations.
The Art of Survival – Stories from the most hostile places on earth.
Saturday 18th Nov (12.00 – 13.30) Kendal Leisure Centre.
Buy Tickets (£12.50 / £8.50)
Venture into the world’s most hostile and extreme locations with the UK’s best survival and safety experts – Megan Hine and Aldo Kane, alongside multi-award-winning director, producer and cameraman Nick Shoolingin-Jordan at this year’s Kendal Mountain Festival.
The headline midday session from a stellar Saturday line up, ‘The Art of Survival’ is set to shock and surprise spectators with stories, pictures and films from 3 incredible guests.
Highlights include record-breaking Scottish adventurer Aldo Kane navigating one of the world’s most active volcanoes – launching human-sized lumps of lava distances up to 1km away. Megan Hine sharing her vast wealth of survival know-how, gained from leading hundreds of expeditions in perilous conditions, and the notorious and terrifying ‘bullet ant gloves’ rite of passage ceremony for young tribal boys in the Amazon, as documented by Nick Shoolingin-Jordan.
For more information visit: http://www.mountainfest.co.uk/programme/event/the-art-of-survival
About Kendal Mountain Festival:
Kendal Mountain Festival is a long standing, prestigious ‘Mountain Arts and Film Festival’. Taking place each November it’s the main social event for outdoor enthusiasts in the UK and Europe, with a vision to inspire more people to explore, enjoy and represent mountains, wilderness, and their cultures. www.mountainfest.co.uk