Ranulph Fiennes 'Fear' lecture
The Telegraph is holding a special evening of rousing tales with the world’s greatest living explorer, Ranulph Fiennes, as he launches his new book, Fear.
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Ranulph has climbed the Eiger, summited Everest , had heart attacks, and his latest challenge sees him climbing the tallest mountains on each continent in the Global Reach Challenge , so he’s no stranger to fear. In this exclusive interview, Ranulph will take part in a questions and answers session, covering his own fears and stories of others’ fears throughout history.
A gripping and enthralling public speakers, and with so many experiences to draw on, you’ll be hanging on his every word as he recounts his struggles with overcoming fear. Some of the most fascinating insights are surely going to be how he deals with fear himself.
Everyone who attends the event will get a signed hardback copy of Fear, a glass of wine before the event, be able to participate in the Q&A session and have the chance to meet Ranulph in person.
Tickets cost £45 (plus a £2.50 booking fee). Please specify at the checkout that you heard about the event through Marie Curie to donate £10 of your ticket price to us.