Programme Announced For Skyline Scotland™ Speaker And Film Nights
Join us at Kinlochleven High School for two fantastic nights of films and talks on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th September 2016. Kinlochleven High School is just a 5 minute walk from the Ice Factor where the Skyline Scotland™ hub will be.
Skyline Scotland™ key locations map, Kinlochleven
Taking centre-stage on Friday night will be the awesome Jasmin Paris who will be talking about her record breaking Bob Graham and Ramsay Rounds followed by questions from the audience. We’ll follow this with a screening of the Best of Sheffield Adventure Film Festival winner, The Barkley Marathons.
On Saturday night the spotlight will be on Salomon athletes Tom Owens and Joe Symonds (2015 Salomon Glen Coe Skyline™ winner) who will be introducing two Salomon films including Fast and Light and Bob Graham Round followed by a question and answer session. After the interval you can settle down to watch the Best of Sheffield Adventure Film Festival films: 3022 Feet, There on the Periphery and Curiosity.
The full programme:
Friday 16th September 2016
1815 – Doors Open
1830 – Jasmin Paris talk followed by Q&A
1930 – 15 minute break for tea/coffee/cake
1945 - The Barkley Marathons (90 minutes long) - Start
2115 - The Barkley Marathons – Ends
Jasmin Paris, Salomon Glen Coe Skyline™ 2015 ©Ian Corless
Saturday 17th September 2016
1815 – Doors Open
1830 - Fast and Light film (15 minutes)
1845 – Bob Graham Round (7 minutes)
1855 – Salomon Athletes Talk followed by Q&A
1945 – 15 minute break for tea/coffee/cake
2000 - 3022 Feet (64 minutes)
2105 - There on the Periphery (5 minutes)
2110 - Curiosity (13 minutes)
2125 - ENDS
Joe Symonds on his way to victory in 2015 ©Ian Corless
Tom Owens, Salomon Sponsored Athlete
Each evening we will hold a collection for the Lochaber and Glencoe Mountain Rescue Teams who will be on hand during the weekend. Ourea Events pledges to match the amount collected over the two nights to add to the total raised*.
Our Speaker & Film Nights will sell out quickly; book your tickets now to avoid disappointment. Tickets only cost £10 and sales close on Thursday 15th September or once full.
*up to a total of £500