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Evening presentations

These evening presentations are free, informative and fun, offering you a first-hand insight into what an Exodus holiday is really like. Places at our shows are limited so don’t be disappointed. Just book your place(s) and turn up for a great evening with Exodus. If you book a place and can't make it on the night, please do let us know beforehand by emailing mktg@exodus.co.uk.

Wonders of the World
Date:
09 February 2016 Time: 19:00
Venue:
The Grand Central Hotel, 99 Gordon Street Glasgow, Glasgow G1 3SF
Presenter:
Andrew Appleyard

Join Exodus aficionado Andrew Appleyard for an evening of dazzling imagery and inspiring tales as he reveals his secrets to the modern and more unsung wonders of the world!

Andrews’ love of travel has taken him all over the world, from spending Christmas at Everest Base Camp, leading treks on Kilimanjaro and in more recent years enjoying biking through EuropeIndia and Jordan.

Andrew will be spilling the beans about his favourite modern wonders of the world, the Great Wall of ChinaMachu Picchu, the magnificent Rose Red city of PetraChichen Itza, and of course the Taj Mahal. He will also be throwing in some of his own personal wonders including the diverse treasures of Sicily, and one of the world’s most spectacular archaeological sites, Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

Plains to the Poles
Date:
10 February 2016 Time: 19:00
Venue:
The Spa Hotel, Mt Ephraim, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Tunbridge Wells TN4 8XJ
Presenter:
Paul Goldstein

An evening of wildlife through the lens with award winning photographer, guide and presenter Paul Goldstein.

The Masai Mara, the icy treasures of Antarctica and the Arctic and numerous felines from the Pantanal to India feature in Paul’s new wildlife lecture. For any photographer or wilderness fan these presentations are a must. Whether you are a beginner or expert or just love animals (particularly predators) this will be a spectacular evening of largely new images. Paul is more outspoken and opinionated than ever about the endangered species he is so feverishly passionate about and will be speaking about the charities he and Exodus raise so much awareness and money for.  “If you want to learn how to be a wildlife photographer no-one will drag you up the learning curve quicker”, The  Sunday Times

Plains to the Poles
Date:
09 March 2016 Time: 19:00
Venue:
The Rougemont Hotel, Queen St, Exeter, Devon , Exeter EX4 3SP
Presenter:
Paul Goldstein

 

An evening of wildlife through the lens with award winning photographer, guide and presenter Paul Goldstein.

The Masai Mara, the icy treasures of Antarctica and the Arctic and numerous felines from the Pantanal to India feature in Paul’s new wildlife lecture. For any photographer or wilderness fan these presentations are a must. Whether you are a beginner or expert or just love animals (particularly predators) this will be a spectacular evening of largely new images. Paul is more outspoken and opinionated than ever about the endangered species he is so feverishly passionate about and will be speaking about the charities he and Exodus raise so much awareness and money for.  “If you want to learn how to be a wildlife photographer no-one will drag you up the learning curve quicker”, The  Sunday Times

Plains to the Poles
Date:
15 March 2016 Time: 19:00
Venue:
Edinburgh Marriott Hotel, 111 Glasgow Rd, Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH12 8NF
Presenter:
Paul Goldstein

An evening of wildlife through the lens with award winning photographer, guide and presenter Paul Goldstein.

The Masai Mara, the icy treasures of Antarctica and the Arctic and numerous felines from the Pantanal to India feature in Paul’s new wildlife lecture. For any photographer or wilderness fan these presentations are a must. Whether you are a beginner or expert or just love animals (particularly predators) this will be a spectacular evening of largely new images. Paul is more outspoken and opinionated than ever about the endangered species he is so feverishly passionate about and will be speaking about the charities he and Exodus raise so much awareness and money for.  “If you want to learn how to be a wildlife photographer no-one will drag you up the learning curve quicker”, The  Sunday Times.

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