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Published 23rd Feb 2017

Simon Yates mountaineer at Middlesbrough Theatre

On the remote Siula Grande in Peru in June 1985, mountaineer Simon Yates found himself in a desperately unenviable position.

He was slowly being pulled off the mountain face by his injured partner, Joe Simpson, dangling on the rope 50 metres below. His decision to cut the rope saved both their lives in the epic tale of survival that followed and with the publication of the book ‘Touching The Void’ and the later film, both climbers became household names.

It was an experience that could have put many off the sport of mountaineering - but not Simon. Over 30 years later, he is still a very active exploratory climber and guide, making several expeditions to the mountains each year. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, Alaska to Central Asia there is hardly a significant range that he has not visited.

Come along to Middlesbrough Theatre on Thursday 2nd March, 7.30pm, and witness Simon’s tireless journey from that mountain in Peru to some of the remotest on the planet and share with him the drama, excitement and beauty of modern, lightweight alpinism. Told with wit and dry humour and lavishly illustrated with images and video collected on his great climbs.

mountaindream.co.uk

Tickets for this event are £14 and can be booked by calling the Box Office on 01642 81 51 81 or online www.middlesbroughtheatre.co.uk

 

 



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