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TickTheBucket BucketList Talks 4.0
Thu 3 November 2016, 19:00 – 22:00 GMT
TickTheBucket events have been made to inspire and motivate you to follow your dreams and realise the possibility of existence in the most digestible way possible i.e not all holding hands in a circle saying, "I want to be a better person".
We do this by introducing you to some of the most adventurous and exciting people out there who are already living the BucketLife, and ask them: "How do you do it!?","How is it even possible?","What keeps you going through all the barriers life brings you?" and "who does your hair?... you look fantastic".
This is our fourth instalment of everything BucketList related and it's going to be one for the Guinness World Record books.
We've been known to push the boat out when it comes to our special guests, so make sure you click attending for updates on who's going to be there giving you another evening of awe and wonder(lust).
Currently on the ballot we have:
Stephen Klemich - Stephen is an amateur adventurer having the privilege of climbing mountains and rock faces around the globe, walked deserts, paddled oceans, and travelled to cities and places that as a child growing up in Australia he could only dream about. A very privileged life still with a bucket list of adventure to have.
Tarran Kent-Hume- In 2013 he set out to change the direction of his life, and through some painful transitions, life-changing adventures and finding his calling in life, Tarran has become the first Australian to kayak the river Amazonas, finishing this epic adventure on October 30, 2015.
Sophie L Smith- Soph boasts an incredible track record as an up-and-coming DJ and moving spoken word artist. Her career has taken her to work with the likes of James Massiah and his AE collective, she's performed for Boiler room TV, Just Jam TV, The W Project at Shoreditch House, Bussey building and many other prominent venues around London. When asked why she was being invited down to TTB Talks she said: "I think it's really important for people to be motivated to do something they love!" and we knew she'd be perfect.
Grace Flahive- a London-based writer, content editor and appreciator of a really great GIF. She is the author of four novels, half of which will remain in dark cellars for eternity, and half of which can be read and enjoyed if one dares.
Grace is the author of London's first fictional, GPS-aware audio trail, made in collaboration with story app Voicemap. She has worked for Canadian literary magazine Feathertale and is currently Junior Web Editor for DK Books (Penguin Random House). Her novel You Must Be Bathtub will be published by Burning Eye Books in Spring 2017. She aspires to eat brunch with Beyoncé by 2030.
For those of you that came last time, you know the drill, for those of you that are joining for the first time - this is a chance to hear from some of the most inspirational people that walk these here London streets, as well as meet others just like you - ready for their next adventure.
If you would like to nominate anybody to talk please contact oska (a chieftain of the organisation) at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you like the look of what we do, please do sign up at www.TickTheBucket.org to be the first to hear about our next events and how we can help you 'tick' items of your BucketList!
O, Ben and the TTB team ✌