'A Decade in Burma' - Royal Scottish Geographical Society 5-city tour
Scotland! This February, Grammar’s Alex Bescoby will be sharing tales from our film-making adventures in five cities in five days, as part of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s ‘Inspiring People’ series. See below for where and how to catch it. Talk schedule:
1) ABERDEEN - 5TH FEBRUARY @ 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM (For tickets and more detail click here.)
2) DUNDEE - 6TH FEBRUARY @ 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM (For tickets and more detail click here.)
3) DUNFERMLINE - 7TH FEBRUARY @ 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM (For tickets and more detail click here.)
4) GLASGOW - 8TH FEBRUARY @ 2:15 AM - 3:45 PM (For tickets and more detail click here.)
5) EDINBURGH - 8TH FEBRUARY @ 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM (For tickets and more detail click here.)
About the talk: "Alex picked up his first book about Burma in 2007, and a few months later he was on an east-bound plane to start a love affair that’s lasted a decade. Since that first encounter, he’s explored this incredible country extensively, and over countless cups of tea listened to incredible stories from its mind-bogglingly diverse people. Join Alex as he shares his unique insights and delves into the soul of modern Burma."
More information from the RSGS: "RSGS runs probably the best national talks programme in Scotland, Inspiring People, with 90 illustrated talks given each year across mainland Scotland from Inverness to Dumfries, by excellent speakers – explorers, adventurers, travellers, scientists, artists, academics, writers, photographers, journalists, humanitarians, naturalists, indigenous leaders, communicators, and enthusiasts – all with fascinating stories to tell."
(Photo credit: Leo Belanger)