Bruce Gittings FRSGS: Chile, A Land of Surprises (KIRKCALDY)
18th February @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Isolated by natural barriers, Chile is remarkable for its geographical and biological diversity, with the world’s driest desert, highest volcanoes, and physical dimensions that frustrate cartographers. A keen observer of landscape and people, Bruce argues that Chile’s culture owes as much to Britain as it does to Spain, and that its recent history remains shaped by the descendant of a French immigrant.
Tickets can be reserved via the Eventbrite website – please follow the link below. For most talks, tickets will also be available on the night, on the door. If booking a Tiso or RSGS member ticket please be sure to bring your card(s) along. Thank you.
RSGS Inspiring People talks are open to all. We are pleased to say that this year’s talks programme is being run in partnership with Tiso, the outdoor retail specialist. Entry is £10 for adults, £8 for Tiso Outdoor Experience cardholders, and free for RSGS members, students and U18s.