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Explore Polar Evening

Added 17 Mar 2016
Explore Polar Evening

Discover more about the fascinating Arctic and Antarctica regions and meet members of our polar team at a very special evening dedicated to Polar Voyages.

Held at London's Royal Geographical Society on Thursday 21st April 2016, the Explore polar evening will include talks by a guest speaker from one of our most popular ships - The Expedition. There will also be the chance to put your questions to our panel of polar experts which will include our guest speaker, past polar travellers and members of the Explore polar team.

Where: Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR.
When: Thursday 21st April 2016 - doors open at 7pm

How: Admission is free but places are strictly limited. THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.

Simply follow the link, click 'Register' and complete your details.

If you have any further questions about the event, email us on We're expecting high demand for this event and will be operating a waiting list system. If you book a place and then find you're unable to attend, please notify us using the same email address so we can offer the place to someone else.

Our guest speaker

AlexAlex Cowan PhD, MPhil, MSci, MA
Holding a PhD in geology from Cambridge, Alex draws upon his many years as a researcher and lecturer to explain climate change and the fascinating landforms travellers encounter from the decks of The Expedition. A major hit with travellers in Svalbard last year, Alex is at his happiest when sharing his knowledge of natural history and exploring the Antarctic Peninsula.

Getting to the venue
The Royal Geographical Society is located next to Hyde Park in Kensington, at the junction of Exhibition Road and Kensington Gore. Nearest tube stations are South Kensington, Knightsbridge and Lancaster Gate. Entry to the event is through the Kensington Gore entrance.