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United Kingdom·July 18 2021
Join us for a morning on living better. How can we live more simply, more sustainably, and better together?SOLD OUT
Join us for a morning on the latest thinking on our planet at the beautiful Chiswick House & Gardens as we ask: how can we live more simply, more sustainably, and better together? With edge-of-your-seat, inspiring and hopeful stories from communities around the world from Britain's most beloved travel and nature presenters. Enjoy conversations and debates with Simon Reeve; Julia Bradbury and Chris Packham on modern-day wellbeing from brilliant minds. Alongside practical tools, workshops, and a wellbeing marketplace offering a fresh perspective on how to live a happier, healthier, and more inspired life. Each ticket includes a copy of "Step by Step: The Life in My Journeys" by Simon Reeve.
Life Lessons' new open-air setting is the grounds of the magnificent 18th century villa, Chiswick House & Gardens, west London. Only 15 minutes by tube from Central London.
Included within your ticket, you will also have access to some unique workshops, giving practical tools to help you live better.
Browse our beautiful Marketplace and take a look at products and services from a carefully selected range of no-nonsense wellness brands. This is a strictly fad-free zone.
Julia Bradbury is a television presenter and outdoor walking enthusiast who has dedicated her career to sharing beautiful walks from all over the world. Passionate about conservation, she’s an eco-activist promoting a plastic-free environment.
Extraordinarily creative and prolific, Chris Packham has led a remarkable life. He’s gained recognition as a naturalist, television presenter, writer, photographer, conservationist, campaigner and filmmaker.
As a broadcaster, he is a presenter of BBC’s BAFTA Award-winning Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch series. He presents notable natural history series such as Nature’s Weirdest Events, World’s Weirdest Events, World’s Sneakiest Animals, Cats V Dogs, The Burrowers, Inside the Animal Mind, Operation Iceberg and Secrets of our Living Planet.
Co-Author of Back To Nature: how to love life - and save it with Megan McCubin
Arrested by the KGB, chased by cheetahs, hunting with the Bushmen of the Kalahari…Simon Reeve has lived quite a life. He’s the leading adventure traveller on British Television, travelling and filming in 120 countries, including many of the most beautiful, remote and dangerous parts of the planet. Simon’s also the New York Times bestselling author of more than six books. After a misspent youth he left school with no real qualifications and went on the dole - but went on to change his life, overcome his fears, and present over 20 TV series.
Author of Step by Step: The Life In My Journeys
Both an inspiring account of determination and adventuring spirit, and a field guide to some of the most remote, perilous and awesome terrain on Earth, Step by Step is Simon Reeve’s record of the thrills and challenges of his many and varied travels.
One of the UK’s most loved TV presenters joins Life Lessons for a conversation about nature, mental health and conservation.
One of the UK’s most beloved naturalists, Chris Packham, joins life lessons to discuss conservationism, eco-activism and the little things we can do in our everyday lives to protect nature and wildlife.
From life on the dole, to a TV presenter with over 20 series and more than 120 countries under his belt, Simon Reeve’s personal story is one of an extraordinary climb out of adversity. But his travels around the world have taught him much about community, climate change and what it means to be human. Join him for this fireside chat as he reflects on some of the greatest life lessons he’s learned in his career thus far.
Attendees of this session will receive a copy of his book - Step by Step: The Life In My Journeys
Yomi Adegoke is a multi-award winning journalist, presenter and social commentator best known for Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible which she co-authored in 2018.
Life Lessons' new open-air setting is in the grounds of the magnificent 18th century villa, Chiswick House & Gardens, west London. Only 15 minutes by tube from Central London.
Life Lessons has changed the way I’m going to do my events. I’ve been to so many talks here and they’re fantastic. I’m so grateful. I’d love to do more work with you
I had a wonderful time at Life Lessons – even better than I expected, and I was expecting a lot. All the visitors I spoke to told me they'd had a fantastic day.
Life Lessons is a great idea. It feels like there’s not enough of it. I would like to think that this is the start of a sea-change I guess. In that it’s something going forward that people realise needs to be part of our everyday thinking.