Events at Royal Geographical Society
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Royal Geographical Society
1 Kensington Gore
- +44 (0)20 7591 3000
I'm always amazed at how little - or even large - theatres and exhibition spaces blend in with surrounding residential buildings. The Royal Geographical Society is no exception. I visited to attend the exclusion UK screening of Gardeners of Eden (a documentary about Kenya's David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust).
The theatre is small and intimate and the seats are comfortable with plenty of...more
A fascinating place to learn and to inspire - you always come away with ideas as to your next adventure.
Very friendly and down-to-earth staff.
I've been a member here for a few years now, and always try to attend their monday night lectures (if you're not a member, you'll have to contact them beforehand), last nights was about crossing the Antarctic and now I'm looking up options to get to...more
I was at the RGS to photograph a series of lectures about creativity and inspiration. My client has a thing for choosing interesting venues, and this is no exception.
The lecture theatre is warm and comfortable with a fairly decent AV set up. The staff during the lunch and coffee breaks were very attentive and the food was nice.
Not sure how much it costs to host an event here, but I'd...more
Fantastic exhibition on at the moment - http://www.tpoty.com/ - Travel Photographer of the Year. Runs through until August and is FREE!!
An amazing tranquil space in the heart of South Kensington.more
Stanfords book store and the RGS are running a series of adventurer-author lectures in 2009. James Cracknell discussing his race to the South Pole with Ben Fogle was fascinating, and plenty more to come.
Even without the lectures, the RGS usually hosts a rotating photography exhibition free to the public, and it makes for a great place to escape the crowds at Exhibition Roads superstar musea.more