Wanderlust Reader Event: Polar inspiration at the Royal Geographical Society

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Wanderlust reader event

From: 20 June 2019

To: 20 June 2019

Price: Only £10, including a free welcome drink

In the stunning surroundings of the Royal Geographical Society, enjoy an evening of polar inspiration

Stunning icebergs of myriad sizes, shapes and colours, pristine snowscapes and wiggling penguins… a Polar experience will stick with you forever.

Meet our Polar experts, mingle with fellow travellers over a drink or two and get your trip sorted with our Polar travel partners. Whether a Polar adventure is just growing in your mind or you’re about to head off, join us and immerse yourself into one of the most awe-inspiring places on Earth.

The evening will include:

6.30pm – Guests arrival along with drinks and canapés reception.
7.15pm – Sara Wheeler’s keynote speech followed by an expert panel discussion, moderated by our editor-in-chief and co-founder, Lyn Hughes.

8.30pm – Q&A – time to get all of your burning questions answered!
8.45pm – Reception continues. Exclusive book signing with Sara Wheeler.
9.30pm – Event ends.


Sara Wheeler

Sara Wheeler is a well-known travel journalist and author. Sara spent seven months in Antarctica in 1995 as the first female writer in residence with the U.S. Polar Program.

Whilst in Antarctica she read The Worst Journey In The World, an account of the Terra Nova Expedition, and later wrote Cherry, a biography of its author Apsley Cherry-Garrard. She is also the author of Terra Incognita: Travels In Antarctica, an international bestseller chosen by Beryl Bainbridge as one of the best books of the year, and The Magnetic North, a fascinating voyage around a disappearing world.


Book your tickets today, get yourself into pole position and bring your Polar travel plans to life!



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