For the second year in a row we are proud to present Access The Best Of Kendal which includes a selection of the most groundbreaking films - the ones with all the emotion, the psyche, the full stomach-dropping, eye-popping experience.
This Access screening will have open captions and audio description and in person BSL translation.
Adra - Llanberis is the diamond at the heart of the rugged North Wales scenery, hunkered down below Yr Wyddfa and Elidir Fawr it's the epicentre of adventurous climbing in the UK. This small village and its surroundings have shaped the lives of many, and a climbing culture as historic and iconic as to rival Chamonix or Yosemite has grown from the mountains, quarries and sea cliffs that harbour some of the best traditional rock climbing in the world. Local climbers Zoe Wood and Lewis Perrin take us on a nostalgic journey exploring how this place has impacted the lives of those who have lived, worked and played in this beautiful corner of Cymru over the last century.
Adra is presented by Pertex
A Good Place To Be - Explore the beauty of wild swimming through the unique experience of Pauline Latchem.
Unseen Peaks - After enduring discrimination and trauma due to her blindness, Addie seeks freedom through skiing, ice climbing, and rock climbing, facing both the challenges of these activities and the need for acceptance within the outdoor community as a disabled person.
Echdoe - Following a life-changing climbing fall, Cheryl is told she might never walk again. Echdoe follows her return to the quarry years later, where this time, she intends to get to the top through music.
Two Point Four - Not your typical family holiday, but this is not your typical family. Leo Houlding, his wife Jess, their two children Freya (9yrs) and Jackson (5yrs) climb Norway's national mountain via a 2000ft big wall.
In partnership with Banff Mountain Festival.
Tickets for Wheelchair users are still available for this event. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book