The Society is closed for the Christmas break from Saturday 24 December to Monday 2 January inclusive.
During the break, why not browse the Society’s spring programme and plan your geographical entertainment for the next three months?
Highlights of the spring season in London include a Monday night lecture (members only) from John Simpson on war and strife, a travel evening on Papua New Guinea, and an interview with Shappi Khorsandi.
Mary-Ann Ochota is speaking at venues across the country in the Regional Theatres Programme and the Society’s Enduring Eye exhibition, showcasing photographs taken during Shackleton’s Endurance expedition, is in Birmingham.
Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year from everyone at the Society.
Thomas Atkinson’s five volumes of diaries, now held in the RGS Library, offer a tantalizing glimpse into the remarkable travelling arrangements of Thomas and his family.
13 May 2019
These events provide sixth form students with the experience to bridge the gap between school and university and explore what studying geography at university level is like.
29 March 2019
Explorer Levison Wood will be speaking about his nine month expedition walking the length of the Nile through six countries; encountering civil war, close calls with crocodiles and much more.
13 April 2015
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