John Beatty Talks and Presentations 2018

ADVENTURES IN THE WILD

A new national tour for Autumn 2018 is in the process of being arranged.

John’s most recent talk “Adventures in the Wild” is an ongoing project, a dialogue with audiences when he can share his most recent images and stories from across the world. His new adventures include; grizzly bears, mountains and walruses of Alaska; a flying adventure beneath Mt Everest; eagle-hunters of Khazak Mongolia; the Hindu ceremony of Kumbh Mela set on the Ganges; survival training in Scotland; the volcanic wilderness of Danikil in Northern Ethiopia; emperor penguins of Antarctica; rafting the Colorado River of Grand Canyon; and closer to home, John will show images from his new book Kinder Scout – The People’s Mountain.

Please contact John directly with any requests for presentations.

Upcoming Dates in 2018.

Friday 5th October 2018

7.30 pm

Adventure Film Night

Bamford Institute
Hope Valley
Derbyshire 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/adventure-film-night-tickets-50631561363?aff=eivtefrnd?utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=evitefrnd&utm_term=eventimage


Thursday 18th January 2018  2.00pm

U3A Lecture. 

Hathersage Memorial Hall

Derbyshire

S32 1DU

https://u3asites.org.uk/hope-v...

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Tuesday 23rd January 2018  7.15pm

Grange Lecture Society,

Victoria Hall,  Grange-over-Sands,

LA11 6DP 

http://www.grangelecturesociety.co.uk/about-us/

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Wed 11th April 2018. 7.30pm

Buxton Adventure Festival

Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton Opera House, Buxton, Derbyshire

http://www.buxtonadventurefest...

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Tues 22nd January 2019. 7.30pm

Staffordshire Photographic Society

Northfield Centre, Magnolia Ave. Staffs ST16 3BZ

Start 7.30pm

http://www.staffordphotosociety.org.u...

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John has travelled to some of the most remote places on earth during the past 29 years, returning with stories from world’s only few have ventured. He has enthralled audiences at international film festivals with his presentations receiving accolades from the media and public alike. His respect and feelings for nature, its creatures, its plant kingdoms and remnants of extraordinary indigenous cultures, reflect an intense quality drawing his audience into a closer connection to the wild places of the earth.

Journal Entries

New book: KINDER SCOUT – The People's Mountain

Words by Ed Douglas | Photography by John Beatty Read More →

Fungi Hunting in Winter Woods

Woodlands in Britain are quiet in winter. In the Peak District where I live we are surrounded by mixed woods. Sycamore, beech, larch and birch flank many of our valley sides. After prolonged rain when the dank trees are dripping on to soggy leaf mould it is a great time to go hunting for a few common fungi species.  Read More →

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