10 UK EVENTS
WANDERLUST READERS’ EVENT: DESTINATION CANADA
London, 28 Feb www.tinyurl.com/wanderlustcanada Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London, SW1Y 5BJ. 6pm; tickets are free although limited. Visit the website for tickets (you must pre-register by 23 Feb) and bring your passport for ID on the night.
From the icy north of Manitoba and to the pastel-coloured houses of St John’s in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada has a raft of wide-ranging experiences. To find out everything the country has to offer, join Destination Canada, Wanderlust and the High Commission of Canada at this event – exclusive to Wanderlust readers. Soak up information on Canada’s culture, wilidlife and celebrations, plus Canadian wine and canapés along the way, as a host of regional experts and local tour operators are on hand to inspire your next adventure.
BRISTOL TRAVELLER’S CLUB
Bristol, 13 Mar www.marcopolotravel.co.uk YHA, 14 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA. £3.50, with a proportion of the entry fee donated to Wateraid. From 7.10pm. Tickets available on the door Paula Cannings on Cambodia and New Zealand, while Rupert and Alison Clements talks travelling in South Korea.
BANFF MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL
Various UK venues, until May 19 www.banff-uk.com From £12. Tickets available from various venues
From Oxford to Edinburgh and across the Irish Sea to Kilkenny, the Banff Mountain film festival is back for 2018, with two programmes of adventure travel cinema.
BRISTOL WILDERNESS LECTURES
Bristol, 7 Mar & 21 Mar www.wildernesslectures.com Chemistry Theatre, University of Bristol, BS8 1TS. 7.30pm. From £9.50. Visit the website or call 0117 929 9966 Janette Benaddi recalls her experience of being one of four Yorkshire working mums who became the first women to row across the North Sea (7 Mar), and paraglider Alex Coltman gives an insight into all things adventure flying (21 Mar).
ABOUT AFRICA: IN PICTURES BY HARRY HOOK
Scotland, 13–14 Mar www.rsgs.org.uk 13 Mar, Perth; 14 Mar, Stirling. 7.30pm. Free to members; £10 for non-members. Book online
Film director Harry Hook invites you to join him as he tells the dynamic story of African migration from countryside to the city through his eye-catching collection of images, to shine a light on Africa’s past and present through photography.