Nick Davison writes….
Watched Bear Grylls’ TV show The Island and wondered if you’ve got what it takes to survive the toughest of environments?
Here’s your chance to gain an insight into the mind of one man who’s proven time and time again he can go the distance…
This June, soak up the exhilarating tales of extreme endurance adventurer and history-maker Sean Conway. You might just find yourself packing your bag for your own big challenge!
With a quirky take on extreme sports and challenges, Sean’s adventures have varied from climbing Kilimanjaro dressed as a penguin, to cycling 16,000 miles through 6 continents in 116 days (most of which was done with a fractured spine after getting run over by a truck in America). To top it all off, he recently made the record books by becoming the first person in history to swim the length of Britain!
Sean’s never-give-up attitude and gripping stories are capturing the imagination of thousands. Catch him while he’s back on dry land for this inspiring talk on setting your goals high, challenging yourself and overcoming tough times.
Fri 20 June, 8pm
£13; pre-show pizza & ticket £17.50