An evening on Mount Everest at Park Street Mews

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‘An evening on Mount Everest’ will commence at 7 p.m. with a welcome and a slide show of Pushkar Shah’s travels, followed by opening address by Wade Campbell of Borderlands on the subject ‘What do we get from this adventure?’ at 7:30 p.m.

Shah will be introduced on stage to give his experiences on his world tour by bike, along with a slide presentation. Exciting video footage of Mount Everest will be presented by Shah, who will give his perspective of being on the mountain.

The event will be open to a Q&A period for an interactive session on this amazing journey of life.

To end this perfect evening entertainment will be provided by Out Of Time live music and a business card draw for autographed posters of Shah given as prizes to the lucky winners. The night will continue with the IMAX movie Everest and giving the opportunity for the audience to personally interact with Shah.

Selected beverages and snacks will be made available for enjoyment! One night only, tickets are priced at Rs. 500.

The band Out Of Time has been playing at a number of events in Sri Lanka over the past four years and plays a mixture of original and covers, which include U2, Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan.

Wade Campbell, singer and songwriter, is a Canadian native and has been living in Sri Lanka for the past eight years. He runs Sri Lanka’s leading adventure company, Borderlands, the main sponsor of the ‘Everest Evening’ with Park Street Mews.

Kumar Mirchandani is a legend in his own mind; entrepreneur by day, inspiring musician at night, Kumar is the lead guitar player and is one of the founding members of Out Of Time. Pabalu Wijegoonawardane fills the bands sounds with his natural rhythm. A natural talent and gifted percussion player Pabalu will make you move to a different beat. Vindu plays bass and fills in the rhythm section. Out of Time has much to do with the lack of time to get together and play and should not be mistaken for being out of beat.