The inspirational story of an ordinary man’s attempt to swim from Northern Ireland to Scotland – probably the most brutal open water swimming challenge in the world. Taking on sea temperatures at the limit of human endurance and braving the sting of the formidable Lion’s Mane jellyfish, forty something Adrian Sarchet faces the 19 miles of misery that is the North Channel.
This documentary stalks the beautiful, funny and harrowing boundary between ambition and folly in extreme sport.
Tickets £5 available on Eventbrite .
Doors Open 1730 Film Commences 1800
Running time: 96 minutes
Cert: 15 (for language)