SOLD OUT! Ancient Apocalypse

SOLD OUT! Ancient Apocalypse

Saturday, April 22, 2023 - 11:30 to 14:30
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Graham Hancock presents extensive evidence in support of the conclusions of Ancient Apocalypse and shares the inside story of how he became an “outsider”.

Graham Hancock’s recent Netflix docuseries Ancient Apocalypse explores the possibility of a lost civilization destroyed in a cataclysm some 12,000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age. The series has been a worldwide hit and has generated a worldwide conversation and also a worldwide controversy.

Archaeologists and journalists have labelled it “dangerous”, demanding to know why it was “even allowed” – as though the narrative archaeologists present us with about our past is the only acceptable narrative while all unorthodox and alternative views are to be scorned, shunned and smeared.

We live at a time, however, when ever larger numbers of us are determined to make up our own minds, to sift through the evidence for ourselves, and not to be told what to think by the so-called “experts”.

Following his two sell-out events in December and January, Graham will today present extensive additional evidence in support of the conclusions of Ancient Apocalypse. He will also give a second bonus presentation sharing the inside story of how he became an “outsider”.

Book signing
Graham will sign books after the book per person...and is happy for photos to be taken with him during the signing.

Front Section ticket holders have priority for the book signing.


Marc Tiley, the Director of Ancient Apocalypse will join for a short guest appearance!


About the speaker, Graham Hancock

Graham Hancock is the author of Fingerprints of the Gods, Magicians of the Gods, America Before, Heaven's Mirror and other controversial investigations into the possibility of a lost advanced civilization of the Ice Age. He is regarded as a disruptive figure by archaeologists and takes the role seriously. His new 8-episode TV series, Ancient Apocalypse, is on Netflix.



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