Join us on the 24th November at the Royal Geographical Society, London, for an inspiring evening of talks, presentations and stories to celebrate all things sharks. We've got an outstanding and exciting group of speakers, the very best in shark conservation, science and advocacy, to keep you on the edge of your seat. We'll be teasing you with the announcement of speakers over the next few months, so check this page regularly. As well as following us on our social media pages, honestly you will not want to miss this event! 

The evening will also host a brand new, not seen before, exclusive shark art exhibition, giving you first insight to an exciting and ambitious new project for 2022. We’re bringing together artists from a variety of backgrounds who are passionate about wildlife, conservation, and using art as a tool for positive change. On the night we’ll be exhibiting their work, and you’ll get a chance to meet some of the artists. 

We look forward to celebrating sharks with you and sharing some big news! 

2022 is the Shark Trust 25th anniversary, and this will be celebrated throughout the evening. Our very own Ali Hood, Director of Conservation will be giving an exclusive presentation, on the latest shark conservation and the importance of the next 10 years. 

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The Line-Up

Lizzie Daly is a Welsh adventurer, explorer and wildlife biologist. She has worked on countless productions. Most recently filming for the BBC on ‘The One Show’ and ‘Winterwatch’. She has hosted BBC ‘Blue Planet LIVE Lessons’ and run Blue Shark expeditions off the Welsh coastline. Lizzie has a real love for adventure and inspiring other women in the wildlife adventure space.

© Tom Campbell

"Sharks are undeniably fascinating, and every species of shark has their own story to tell. From Greenland sharks in icy waters to Portuguese Dogfish that live in complete darkness thousands of miles below the surface. Their diversity, range, biology and behaviour makes them an incredibly complex and fascinating group. Unfortunately they are also one of the world’s most threatened groups.  
Organisations like the Shark Trust play a vital role in educating the public and policy makers about the importance of sharks. I want to do everything I can to help drive that critical work and so this is why I’m thrilled to be joining their mission."

Dr Alex Mustard MBE is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading underwater photographers. He has been taking photographs underwater since he was 9 years old and has worked as a full time underwater photographer since 2004. He has dived with and photographed sharks and rays all around the world and will be sharing his incredible images and stories.

© Alex Mustard

Joining us via the power of video we will have special guest appearances from Paul Rose and David Shiffman.

Paul is a new Shark Trust patron. He is at the front line of exploration (quite literally during this event) and one of the world’s most experienced divers, field science and polar expert. Paul helps scientists unlock and communicate global mysteries in the most remote and challenging regions of the planet.

David is an interdisciplinary marine conservation biologist interested in the sustainable management of marine and coastal resources. He has just published a new book called "Why Sharks Matter" and is engaged in a worldwide tour speaking about the book and his work with sharks. 

A sneak preview of an artwork by Jimmy Higgs 

 *Please note member tickets are available and that it is one ticket per member. 

**We always welcome children at our events but please be aware there will be some adult themes throughout the event. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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