Peak Performers 2024 – A night with Hari and Krish

Peak Performers 2024 – A night with Hari and Krish


An exclusive event on 9 February


Date – 9 February 2024 from 1800 hrs.

Ticket price- This is a fundraising event to support Project Kaida: The Redevelopment of The Gurkha Museum. Minimum £75 donation per person. To discover more about our capital campaign click here.

Exclusive – Organised for the Friends of The Gurkha Museum and their friends.

About Hari Budha Magar and Krishna Thapa

In May 2023, Hari Budha Magar became the first double amputee above the knee to scale Everest (Sagarmatha). The expedition was led by former Chief Mountain Instructor at the SAS and world-renowned climber, Krishna Thapa.

You and you your friends are invited to celebrate two Gurkha veterans’ journey to conquer Everest at The Gurkha Museum. After the talk and the opportunity to ask questions, you will join them for a bhat (curry dinner).

Nepal is the homeland of the Gurkha soldier and Mount Everest, known locally as Sagarmatha. Over their 200-year history, Gurkhas have built a formidable reputation not only as soldiers but also at summiting the world’s tallest peaks. This exclusive event is the latest in The Gurkha Museum’s Peak Performers series of talks where you can dine with a difference.

Order of the evening

1800 hrs – Arrival drinks and tipan tapan (Nepali canapés)

1830 hrs – Talk from Hari and Krish followed by a question and answer session

2000 hrs – Bhat.

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