The Ranulph Fiennes of British Climbing’ (Today Programme)
A unique story-teller and comedian and all round adventure man, Andy Kirkpatrick has climbed in some of the most inhospitable places on earth, from Greenland to Alaska, Patagonia to Antarctica.
In this new tour, coming to The Lights on Wednesday, 4 November at 7.45pm, he takes up where his last one finished, arriving in Antarctica dreaming of climbing the ‘hardest mountain in the world.’
Top British mountaineer, big-wall climber and winter expedition specialist, Andy has soloed the most difficult routes in the world. A leading expert on climbing gear, Andy is also a published writer and
film-maker with a tremendous ability to captivate any audience with his unique brand of motivational story-telling.
His show is a mash-up of thoughts and experiences, good times and bad, laughter and maybe some tears – all told against the backdrop of some of the most extraordinary places on earth.
So whether you are strictly an armchair adventurer or you spend your spare time tackling outdoor challenges of your own, Andy’s inspirational and entertaining evening is sure to appeal.
To find out more call into The Lights and pick up a brochure. To buy tickets or join the mailing list, visit www.thelights.org.uk or call the Box Office on 01264 368368.