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Paul, Simon and the Tiger

The suit, the species, the story

Join the charity: the Exodus Travels Foundation on Wednesday 9th November 2022 at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington, as Simon Reeve interviews Exodus Travels’ expert guide, award-winning wildlife photographer and conservationist, Paul Goldstein, on 12 eventful years of his personal fight for recognition for endangered tigers. 20 marathons, hundreds of stories, thousands of pounds raised, anecdotes, spectacular imagery and plenty of new footage from Nepal. Introduced by Simon Calder, this will be a look back at the highlights and indeed lowlights of 12 years of Worth More Alive and provide an update from Paul’s beloved Bandhavgarh National Park.

Simon Reeve is perhaps the most recognised and accomplished travel presenter in the UK, as well as being a best-selling author. Never afraid of a challenging story, his programmes neither dodge the truth nor sugar-coat destinations. It is no surprise they are so well received. He and Paul are good friends and have enjoyed many lively tussles on stage together in the past. Expect no prisoners on the night as this is an emotive subject, for both of them.

Paul says, "12 years and much pain and sometimes drama, particularly on Everest, where thousands of people were incredibly generous with support, I hope they can make it to the fabled hall of the RGS where they will find out why Bengal tigers really are 'Worth More Alive'.”

Tickets are £20 and all profits from this event will go to the charitable Exodus Travels Foundation and specifically the Worth More Alive X fundraiser towards two projects - rebuilding and equipping of two schools on the boundaries of the National Park famous for its tiger population and modifying of wooden cattle sheds and wood burning cook stoves to conserve the tiger habitat by reducing forest clearing.

You can read more about these projects here.

Date: 9th November 2022
Time: 7:15pm
Location: Royal Geographic Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR



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