Thinking aloud: stories from the Arts and Humanities
We are pleased to invite you to take part in the first of a new series of public events organised by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership to share fascinating research in the arts and humanities with London’s wider population.
We are looking for 8 researchers with stories to tell and ideas to share about their research projects, to perform at the UCL Bloomsbury Studio on 28th January at 7.30pm. You will receive training and support to develop talks that will engage and connect with a public audience. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to practice public speaking and interacting with a live audience.
There will be a rehearsal with one of the trainers (Rachel Wheeley) on 25th January 10.30m-1pm in room 246, Senate House.
The programme is supported by Rachel Wheeley (comedian and ex-BBC Today programme studio director) and Dr Steve Cross (founder of Bright Club and History Showoff) who will help you prepare your stories for the stage.
The event is open to all LAHP-funded students and places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
If you would like to attend as audience members, please book directly on https://www.thebloomsbury.com/event/run/18065 by 25th January.