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Join us for an evening of Polar travel

We've joined forces with the teams of the M/V Greg Mortimer and M/V Sylvia Earle to bring you an exciting live event featuring expedition specialist and historian, Dr John Dudeney OBE as well as travel and environment journalist and radio broadcaster Mark Stratton. They will tell you fascinating stories and top tips about Polar travel. Hear about the incredible wildlife encounters, get an insight into life on-board an expedition ship, as well as discovering practical advice on what to pack and how many layers you’ll need to wear. You'll also find event-exclusive offers for your dream Polar adventure.

Register to join

The live events will be held in two separate locations. Join us in:

Manchester - Tuesday 28 March 2023 at the Castlefield Rooms
London (SOLD OUT) - Wednesday 29 March 2023 at the Royal Geographical Society

To register, click below for your preferred venue - but hurry! Availability is limited.

  Register for Manchester  

Meet the experts

We're thrilled to be joined by two fantastic experts, Dr John Dudeney OBE and Mark Stratton. With plenty of hands-on experience and knowledge between them, you'll come away with fascianting tips and stories.

Alongside being a historian and guide in Antarctica for the past 14 years, Dr John Dudeney OBE has 56 years of professional experience, as well as a lifelong passion for everything Antarctica. John joined the British Antarctic Survey in 1966 as a scientist, working at Faraday Station, and as a research scientist, research leader, science manager, and as deputy director. 

Globetrotting travel and environment journalist and radio broadcaster, Mark Stratton, has visited both the Polar regions on many occasions. A traveller from a young age, he studied geography at London University, then worked as a park ranger in the Cotsworlds. 

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