Bright Club London has teamed up with out@ucl for a special gig which will follow on from LGBTQ History Month.
We would like to invite UCL researchers and staff as well as community and higher education partners who might be affiliated with the network, or whose work might focus on LGBTQ themes to come and take part on 29th March, 7:30pm in the Bloomsbury Studio.
The night will be hosted be a professional compere and headlined by a professional cabaret performer. Please do get in touch with Philippa, firstname.lastname@example.org – 02031088916 to find out more.
Not only will Bright Club be at the Bloomsbury Studio tonight, 23rd November, it will also be in Lincoln!
More details and to book:
Join us for the last Bright Club of 2016 at the Bloomsbury Theatre Studio, 7:30pm:
We are very excited to welcome:
Jenny Wedgbury – UCL Museums
Subhadra Das – UCL Museums
Carla Washbourne – UCL Environmental Science
Anna Ploszanski – UCL Chemistry
Ilan Adler – UCL Engineering
Charlotte Mykura – Imperial College Clinical Sciences
Our theme is UCL Culture and the role of public engagement which makes for some excellent stories, with one told using a cuatro……
Claire Thomson, UCL Scandinavian Studies
Sophie Scott, UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
Muki Haklay, UCL Engineering Sciences
Illan Adler, UCL Engineering Sciences
Nick Neasom, UCL Psychology and Language Sciences
Anne Welsh, UCL Information Studies
Matthew Ingleby, QMUL, School of English and Drama
Jenny Jaffe – ZSL
Charlotte Pike – UCL Earth Science
Daniel Richardson – UCL Brain Science
Charlotte Barrow – UCL CEGE
John Browning – UCL Earth Science
Chiara Ambrosio – UCL Science and Technology Studies
We are delighted to be back in the Bloomsbury Studio for a second summer gig!
Tickets available now with no booking fee: https://www.thebloomsbury.com/event/run/15123
Join Simon Jolly, UCL Physics and Astronomy
Paul Hellier, UCL Mechanical Engineering
Kyle Evans, Barton Peveril College Mathematics
Eoin Bentick, UCL English Language and Literature
Paula Morgenstern, UCL Energy Institute
Aneesha Singh, UCL Computer Science
That’s right, we are back and delighted to be in the Bloomsbury Studio again!
Researchers will become comedians for a night of great comedy as we ask them to think about truth. Along with our comedian Martin Crosser aand compere Abigoliah Schamaun we are welcoming:
Aalaa Al- Shamahi – UCL Anthropology
Monika Bohm – ZSL
Geraldine Horan – UCL, School of European Languages
Oscar Kennedy – London Centre for Nanotechnology
Nguyen T K Thanh – UCL Physics and Astronomy
Gary Stevens – UCL, Slade School Of Fine Art
Tickets £5 plus booking fee and are avaliable here: https://www.thebloomsbury.com/event/run/15116