BMC TV Breakfast Club: this time it’s scrambled

Posted by Alex Messenger on 08/10/2018

The word is out. BMC TV Breakfast Club is the hottest ticket at Kendal Mountain Festival. It’s almost sold out – and we haven’t even started advertising it. So don’t miss out on this eggscellent Sunday morning mash-up of Niall Grimes, BMC TV films, personalities and star climbers.

This year, Breakfast Club is back in the main 200-seater cinema screen in the Brewery Cinema. Join us at 11 on Sunday morning when Niall Grimes – climber, storyteller and mischiefmaker – will host this unique event for BMC TV.

Revive yourself with free coffee and pastries – or a cheeky Bloody Mary if that’s your bag – then sit back for a journey of discovery into game changers: people who live on the boundaries of the possible, those questing to be the one to take the next step.

This year’s line-up is a glorious feast of film and fun from the BMC, the main Kendal programme and the dark recesses of Niall’s head.  Highlights will include:

  • Steve McClure presenting a wild adventure to Inismor, off the coast of Ireland.
  • James McHaffie demonstrating the Art of Trad
  • Never-seen-before Emma Twyford footage
  • The new Hazel Findlay film
  • Filmakers Alastair Lee and Paul Diffley will be there to present their fave films
  • This year’s BMC TV Women in Adventure winner
  • New BMC President Lynn Robinson
  • Plenty of special guests (most likely kidnapped from the bar on Saturday night)

You’ll also get:

  • A BMC TV goody bag
  • Special cocktails, served by top climber Steve McClure and BMC President Lynn Robinson
  • Free entry into a raffle
  • Spot prizes
  • Guaranteed Niall Grimes humour

Where and when?

Sunday 18 November, 11:00 – 12:45
Cinema Screen One, Brewery Arts Centre

How to get tickets?

Tickets are £10 or £5 to BMC members. 

BREAKFAST CLUB HAS NOW SOLD OUT. 

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Thanks to all the amazing brands for prizes and support

If you've got a ticket, then you're in for a treat. We've teamed up with 5.10, Petzl, Marmot, Montane, ClimbSkin, DMM and Black Diamond to bring you some fantastic prizes. Thanks to everyone for their support. 


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Hi I am a BMC member via the Royal Navy Royal Marines Mountainerring Club (RNMMC) what is the best way to get the promo code for the Breakfast club tickets at the KMF?
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