Due to Covid-19 this event has been postponed. We're working with the RGS and Speakers to confirm a new date as soon as possible. Once confirmed we'll announce the new date and look forward to seeing you then. If you have already purchased a ticket we will be in touch. 

Join us for an evening of shark celebration and discovery 

Sharks are some of the most stunning and characteristic predators in our oceans. Over 1000 species of sharks and rays inhabit the ocean’s diverse environments. Encountering the world’s most spectacular species can involve epic journeys. Or simply a trip to the UK coast.

Back for its second year, the Shark Trust invites you to join us for an evening of celebration and discovery...

Paul Rose, television presenter and radio broadcaster, is a man on the front line of exploration. One of the world’s most experienced divers, field science and polar experts. Paul helps scientists unlock and communicate global mysteries in the most remote and challenging regions of the planet.

Paul and other special guests of the Shark Trust will fill the evening with stories of discovery and connection. And share their love for this fascinating family of marine animals.

This year, you’ll also get the opportunity to hear more about the Shark Trust and what we do.

Keep an eye out for special guest announcements.



Doors open at 6.30 pm (bar available in the Map Room)
The event will start promptly at 7.15 pm
The bar will remain open after the talks.


All profits from the event will support the Shark Trust’s conservation work.



Please note: whilst children are welcome (and would be very much encouraged), there may be some adult themes discussed during the presentation.

Sorry, this event is now sold out.