MARCH 17, 2019
Are you ready for one of the quirkiest events in the Cambridge events calendar?
Marvel at people's quick-fire presenting skills, learn new things and see the world afresh at PechaKucha Cambridge on Wednesday night. This month's theme is a little March Madness and we're delighted to have presentations from a wide range of interesting folks including the story behind Dinky Doors, delighting people with tiny art installations across Cambridge, plus Wallace and Gromit, travel adventures and much more.
Here are 7 reasons to come along to the University Wine Bar from 7.30pm.
- Who is behind those Dinky Doors? Tiny doors are appearing all over the city but who is behind them? (See what we did there?) If you have wondered at the Wonder Emporium, posted a picture of the Emailerator or are simply asking what we're talking about and how it can save the world (we love big goals at PechaKucha) then come along. You will be looking at Cambridge differently after this presentation.
- Do you love getting lost? Alice Gadney will be talking about how getting lost turned her into a map maker. Get direction and learn about the fine art of cartography during her exploratory talk.
- Brian Bennett will be explaining why sometimes low tech is the best answer and how he hope to help save a small corner of our wonderful world wth the power of one.
- What's your super power? We all have them even though we might not see them ourselves. Mindset trainer Caroline Ferguson will be talking about how supersensitivity is a super power.
- There's no such thing as normal, as our line up testifies. Elaine Halligan will be talking about how to parent children who are 'different'.
- Enter the weird and whacky world of Wallace and Gromit with Alex Stanlake who is going to give us his view on Nick Parks' duo as he explores having a Grand Day Out.
- Enjoy a life affirming, adrenalin fuelled, joyful, trip around the world with adventurer Martyn Sibley as he shares his contribution to a world without limits.