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Institute staff and students join UCL's 'Bright Club'

Publication date: Oct 13, 2010 12:27:44 PM

Start: Oct 26, 2010 12:00:00 AM

Location: Bloomsbury Theatre, UCL, 15 Gordon Street, London WC1H 0AH

Joe Flatman perfoms at UCL's Bright Club

Institute staff and students will join UCL's 'Bright Club' for a museums-themed night at the Bloomsbury Theatre on 26 October.

Bright Club is the thinking person's variety night, blending comedy, music, art, new writing, science, performance, and anything else that can happen on a stage. Run by the UCL Public Engagement Unit in collaboration with One Green Firework productions, Bright Club aims to bring UCL researchers together with new audiences. Over 1000 people have been to the monthly performance night at the Wilmington Arms, with more than 60 lecturers, researchers and students taking part. Podcasts of previous events are available on the Bright Club website.

Confirmed performers for the 'Hidden Treasures' event on the 26 October include:

  • Steve Hall (We Are Klang)
  • Robin Ince (9 Lessons and Carols for Godless Children)
  • Mark Carnall (Grant Museum of Zoology, UCL Museums)
  • Debbie Challis (Petrie Museum)
  • Steve Cross (Bright Club)
  • Joe Flatman (Institute of Archaeology)
  • Ruth Fillery-Travis (Institute of Archaeology)
  • Subhadra Das (UCL Museums & Collections; Institute of Archaeology alumna)
  • Chiara Ambrosio (Science and Technology Studies)
  • Anne Welsh (Information Studies)
  • Strawberry and Cream


                                         


Update (4/11/10)

Reviews and discussion of the Bright Club event at the Bloomsbury Theatre are available on: