What happened at Bright Club: Hidden Treasures

The biggest and most tiring Bright Club ever.
A complete sell-out of the Bloomsbury Theatre (there were 550 of you there!).
And some amazing performers.

Simon Munnery compered, seducing the huge audience into submission with whimsy.
Steve Cross talked about the fear that Bright Club strikes into the hearts of University staff.
Chiara Ambrosio gave out relationship advice based in 20th-century art.
Steve Hall dug out the hidden treasures of his life. One of which involved a clumsy duck.
Joe Flatman revealed that all the vikings wanted was sex and violence.
Subhadra Das outed Indiana Jones as a cultural criminal.
Debbie Challis reminisced about archaeology’s dubious history.
Ruth Fillery-Travis found out that digging for treasure isn’t all fun and games.
Robin Ince slayed a few sacred cows.
Anne Welsh helped libraries and museums to stop hiding their treasures.
Mark Carnall revealed the secret life of museum curators.
and Strawberry and Cream sang seductive songs.

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  1. Pingback: Quick Update – October 2010 « Library Marginalia

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