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Icons Interviewed THE SERIES CONTINUES

After huge success with Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Hon Alexandra Shackleton, Sir Chris Bonington and Sir David Attenborough, explorer Jim McNeill returns to the stage to interview more iconic characters.

Free Hennessy cocktails and the superb Hennessy X.O - Win Buff & Sueme products - Win a free place on an Ice Warrior Selection Weekend!

Explorer, Felicity Aston MBE

4th October 2017 - Royal Aeronautical Society, Mayfair, London

British polar explorer Felicity Aston MBE is an author, speaker, expedition leader and former Antarctic scientist. In 2012 she became the first woman to ski alone across Antarctica. It was a journey of 1744km that took 59 days to complete and which gave her a place in the book of Guinness World Records

"A fabulously inspiring evening" - Jacqui. "Quite an exclusive event, and such an extraordinary character to see interviewed. Enjoyed it enormously." - Adam. "Wonderful setting, amazing guest, great evening!" - Fiona B. "I thoroughly enjoyed the whole evening, looking forward to seeing David Mearns and Pat Falvey" - Michael. "Ice Warrior’s "Icons Interviewed” event with Felicity Aston was a fascinating, insightful and inspiring evening. The setting of the Royal Aeronautical Society combined with Ice Warrior’s generous provision of drinks and Buff headwear was the perfect setting to understand the importance of Felicity’s successes and awe-inspiring words" Amelia T.

World's greatest shipwreck Hunter, David Mearns OAM

26th October 2017 - Royal Aeronautical Society, 4 Hamilton Place, Mayfair, London W1J 7BQ

David Mearns OAM is one of the World’s most experienced and successful deep-sea shipwreck hunters. Over his 25-year career he has led the research and discovery of 24 major shipwrecks. In both shallow and deep water David has set new standards for the location of lost ships, proving that anything lost at sea – no matter how old or how deep – can be found.

Doggedly Determined and Accomplished David

Ireland's most accomplished Adventurer, Pat Falvey

29th November 2017 - Royal Aeronautical Society, 4 Hamilton Place, Mayfair, London W1J 7BQ

Pat Falvey, "The Accidental Rebel", is Ireland’s most prolific and successful adventurer. He became the first person in the world to complete the Seven Summits challenge, twice, by reaching the summit of Mount Everest from both the Tibetan and Nepalese sides. He has also led over 150 high altitude climbs, skied to the South Pole, traversed Greenland and led the largest team across South Georgia. Pat has a keen interest in the destruction of the culture and traditions of indigenous tribes, throughout the world, by colonisation and has had the opportunity to work and learn from 32 tribes, the effects on them and the challenges they face. His philosophy is we are all ordinary, it's what we do that makes people extraordinary.

The Accidental Rebel

By ticket only - £18 adults and £10 concessions - doors open 6:30pm - 4 Hamilton Place, London W1J 7BQ

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