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18 Nov 2018 Reel Rock 13

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We'll be showing Reel Rock 13 at the Abbeydale Picture House again this year!

That means there will be comfier seats and a bigger screen than we can provide here at the Climbing Works!


Adults: £9
Concession (U18/Student/Over 60): £8


It's going to be 'bring your own' in terms of drinks this time as they have sadly run out of licenses for this year.


Tickets are available here:



Reel Rock 13 Trailer


You can read more detail about the 4 featured films here:



A dream team of six elite climbers mount an expedition to one of the world’s last great climbing frontiers: the remote frozen towers of Antarctica. Jimmy Chin and Conrad Anker tackle a new route on the 3,600-foot Ulvetanna; Savannah Cummins and Anna Pfaff summit the towering Holtanna; and Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright make a harrowing and hilarious blitz of 13 different spires spread across the ice field, including one pitch that Honnold calls “the scariest I have ever led.” Queen Maud Land — the name of this icy region — showcases a stunning, rarely visited wilderness, and the suffering and vision needed to climb at the bottom of the world.

Directed by: Taylor Keating and Cedar Wright

Featuring: Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin, Savannah Cummins, Alex Honnold, Anna Pfaff, Cedar Wright



Wadi Rum, known as the Valley of the Moon, is a vast landscape of sandstone walls in the desert of Jordan. Hoping to lure international climbers, two Israelis team up with a local Bedouin guide to establish an 1,800-foot route, eventually recruiting American climber Madaleine Sorkin to help achieve their dream. The Valley of the Moon explores the importance of climbing as a way to cross cultural barriers, build friendship and chase adventure in one of the most breathtaking regions on earth.

Directed by: Henna Taylor

Featuring: Madaleine Sorkin, Eliav Nissan, Mohammad Hussein, Elad Omer



When climbing was announced as part of the 2020 Olympics, it was a monumental occasion for the sport. But many climbers were shocked to learn that one of three combined events required to compete for a medal is… speed climbing. REEL ROCK correspondent Zachary Barr looks into this little-known and seldom practiced sub-discipline of the sport, and the role it will play in shaping climbing’s future. Barr’s journey from the U.S. to France (the birthplace of modern speed climbing) to South Asia (it’s actually huge there) culminates at an international competition in Moscow, where speed demons race up a 15-meter wall in less than six seconds.

Directed by: Sender Films

Featuring: Claire Buhrfeind, Reza Alipour, John Brosler, Margo Hayes, Max Hammer, Stanislav Kokorin



Every so often an athlete comes along who redefines their sport. Adam Ondra, the 25-year-old Czech crusher, is exploring a new realm of human potential in climbing. Late last year, he established a benchmark for the sport; a 5.15d in Norway he dubbed Silence (as in, drop the mic). On the heels of this ascent, we follow Adam from his home in the Czech Republic, across Europe to North America, as he innovates new training methods, establishes upper echelon first ascents, and attempts to be the first person to send 5.15 on the first try. Age of Ondra is a rare, intimate journey with one of the greatest athletes at the peak of his powers.

Directed by: Big UP Productions

Featuring: Adam Ondra

The Abbeydale Picture House

7 Dec 2018 09:00 12:00 Safeguarding & Protecting Children in Sport

The Climbing Works is holding a Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshop. This is ideal for anyone who works with children in any sport. This workshop will help you to learn the best and most effective way to deal with any sensitive issues a child may bring up as well learning how to identify signs that a child maybe being abused. The workshop is £30 and running at 9am-12pm on the 7th December. 



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16 Feb 2019 B.U.C.S. Bouldering Championships 2019


B.U.C.S. Bouldering Championships 2019

Saturday 16th February

The Climbing Works closed all day (Mini Works open as normal)

The Climbing Works is proud to once again host the annual British Universities & Colleges Sport Bouldering Championships on Saturday 16th of February.  This is a large national event (with events from 47 different sports, with championships held predominantly in Sheffield) with almost 500 students competing over the course of the day and as such The Climbing Works will be closed all day to non-competitors, but The Mini Works is open as normal.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused!

More details about the Climbing Championships & B.U.C.S. in general can be found here.

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2 Mar 2019 3 Mar 2019 The Rab CWIF 2019



We'll add more details nearer the time, but for now get training!


What's the CWIF?!
You can find out more here.

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