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Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Diamond on 12 May 2005 1:06pm
 
Sunday 27th November 2005
Palin's Himalayan Highlights
Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London
Michael Palin, patron and committed supporter, will be hosting a unique evening on November 27th at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue in aid of the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture.

Michael has recently returned from an expedition in the Himalayas where, over 125 days, he visited 6 countries covering 3,000 miles and contracting three illnesses (including Close Maoist Shave!). This was a fantastic challenge for Michael, both mentally and physically. He visited some of the political flash points of southern and central Asia including the Pakistani border, the disputed region of Kashmir, Tibet and Nagaland, whilst at the same time capturing images of some of the most amazing scenery in the world.

We are delighted that Michael has offered us an evening to share his personal experiences of the expedition through a slide show of his favourite highlights.

This event will be an inspirational evening perfect for all those budding adventures out there along with those that want to see the world, but don't have the time to spare! To find out more please contact Debra Squires on events@torturecare.org.uk or ring 0207 697 7788

This is one i wont be going to attend to be honest - caveat emptor !!
 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Katie J on 12 May 2005 1:21pm
 
'Buyer Beware'...Diamond what is the problem with it?

Is it a bit dodgy?

 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Diamond on 12 May 2005 3:50pm
 
NO not at all - i just hope that no one takes photos of him during the lecture or asks for an autograph at any time - just my way of saying about the adventure i had on tuesday evening - just being a bit cryptic - the talk / lecture is very authentic and the charity is worth supporting - when i post about the lecture at hampstead all will become clear!!
 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Diamond on 12 May 2005 3:52pm
 
apologies if i misled any one - i was not referrring to the lecture or the charity in any way shape or form - sorry
 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by bsh1878 on 12 May 2005 4:10pm
 
its ok
Bruce.
 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Dr. Piglet on 12 May 2005 4:46pm
 
ach, poor michael.

*feels responsible*

 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Bjorn on 12 May 2005 6:42pm
 
I thought the lecture was great - it was a small theatre, the front row of people were only about 8 feet from Michael, he was at ground level.
 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Ahren on 13 May 2005 12:39pm
 
lol Tell us what happened!!! im getting really confused! (i know its not hard, but still!!)
 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by Spursfan on 13 May 2005 4:02pm
 
I agree, Ahren - we need to know now!!!

Anne
 
Re: Michael Himalayan Lecture NOV 2005 by KateC on 13 May 2005 5:37pm
 
I second that!
 
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