Mallory: Beyond Everest

Written and performed by John Burns

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  • Sunday 25 September
  • James Milne Institute


Was George Mallory the first man to climb Everest? Over 90 years ago Mallory and fellow mountaineer Andrew Irvine vanished into the mist on their final assault of the unconquered summit. What if Mallory had survived the mountain? What ghosts would have haunted him?

Award winning writer, actor and mountaineer John Burns brings George Mallory back to life in a stunning one-man performance, featuring an original score by Bob Pegg. Mallory:Beyond Everest offers a fascinating insight into the mind of a man torn between love for his wife Ruth and his relentless, burning desire to be the first man to reach the highest point on earth.

Appearing at the James Milne Institute situated at the heart of the historic fishing village of Findhorn.

Ticket includes complimentary coffee and scone.

Online booking closes at midnight before the show.

    a fine show and a worthy tribute to one of the heroes of mountaineering.

    Broadway Baby

    the play is a beautifully-written reimagining of the life of a complicated, driven man.

    What’s On North

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