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Thursday 2nd May, 2024
Broadway - Nottingham
7:00pm (GMT+0:00) Europe/London (Greenwich Mean Time)
Run time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Minimum Age: 12
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Prepare for an unforgettable night of adventure as the Kendal Mountain Tour 2024 returns with a brand new film collection and special guest speaker!

The film collection is entirely new for this second 2024 Tour event.

Join us on a journey through the world’s most breath-taking landscapes with a selection of award winning films showcasing the year’s most daring feats of courage and tales of human resilience. Whether you’re a seasoned explorer or simply someone who appreciates the majesty of nature, this tour promises to ignite your sense of adventure and leave you with a renewed appreciation for the planet we call home. The films will be introduced by a member of the Kendal Mountain Presenting team.

Get ready to be thrilled, inspired and moved at the Kendal Mountain Tour 2024 – where adventure begins at your doorstep…

Guest Speakers:

Alongside the collection of films, we’re joined on stage by endurance athlete Preet Chandi, MBE, also known as Polar Preet. As a British Army Officer, world-record-breaking explorer, and inspirational speaker, Preet embodies the values of determination, courage, and social responsibility. Her story is not just one of personal triumph but serves as a beacon of what’s possible for all, regardless of background, gender, or colour.

Preet’s many achievements include becoming the first woman of colour to complete a solo expedition in Antarctica (2021), and breaking two Guinness World Records in January 2023, for both the longest solo unsupported one-way polar ski journey for a woman and also the longest solo unsupported one-way polar ski journey overall. Beyond Antarctica, Preet has conquered three 4,000m mountains, including Mont Blanc, and has participated in multiple ultramarathons, notably the 156- mile Marathon des Sables in the Sahara desert. May 2023 sees the launch of her debut book (for young people) “The Explorers Guide to Going Wild: Find Adventure Anywhere”.

We're also joined by Community Group Under the Bridge who are raising awareness about men’s mental health. The core aim of the project is to empower participants to connect with natural surroundings with a focus on blue spaces, promoting togetherness, strengthening support circles and developing confidence all while exploring creativity and forming new support networks.


Whatever Floats your Goat - Nico is a woman in her late 20s who lives in her sprinter van with 2 goats, 3 chickens and a dog. In this quirky 6 minute film you’ll spend a day with Nico goat-packing a raft up to a high mountain lake. We take a dive into her lifestyle, the goats’ personalities, and Nico’s deeper mission to use her unique lifestyle for sustainability education. (6’)

Hamish Frost - One of Europe’s leading adventure photographers, Hamish Frost lives twin lives. This inspiring film explores the side of himself he has kept hidden from the outdoor community. A story of confidence and connection and a reminder of the importance of diversity in the great outdoors. (7’)

Midwinter Bob - On January 6th 2023 Elsey Davis attempted to set a new women's record for the midwinter Bob Graham Round. (21’)

Like Mother Like Daughter - Follow mountain biker Hannah Barnes as she combines motherhood with an epic 4-day bike race in Tanzania. Hannah shares an inside look at her home life, as well as her candid thoughts on motherhood, her love and history with mountain bikes, and fostering a love for the outdoors in the next generation of little riders. (14’)

Moyo - Moyo is a heartwarming and uplifting portrait of the children that call the Jipe Moyo centre in Tanzania home. Despite difficult beginnings, their strength is perhaps best demonstrated by their ability and love of climbing the boulders and rocks scattered all over the town. The film illustrates how climbing a boulder or mountain is a metaphor for the strength and courage it takes to overcome setbacks. (14’)

Man of Arran - Embarking on an extraordinary adventure, 82 year-old Paddy Conaghan is circumnavigating Ireland, swimming in every beach to promote the cause of mental health awareness. Through stunning visuals, heartfelt interviews, and Paddy's captivating storytelling, Man of Arran is a homage to the craggy, rugged, wild Irish coastline, juxtaposed with the inner strength of a man who refuses to let age define him. It is uplifting, inspiring and beautiful. (15’)