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Tales of the unexpected and some unexpected tales will be told at the next PechaKucha night in Cambridge.

If you’re familiar with the quickfire presentation style of Pecha Kucha then you’ll know that the unexpected is to be expected.

As Forrest Gump would say, you never quite know what you’re gonna get.

If you haven’t been along yet then each speaker is expected to present 20 slides and speak for 20 seconds about each one. It’s a fun way to be introduced to new topics and speakers. The rapid style is entertaining as well as informative.

Cambridge’s PechaKucha team has decided to celebrate the unexpected side of life and presentations for their next event, which will be held at the Cambridge University Centre Wine Bar, Granta Place, on Wednesday July 17 at 7.30pm. The title is Drawn To The Unexpected. Make of it what you will.

Anne-Marie Miller designed this great poster for the event! 

If you would like to have a go at presenting then we have slots available. To make it even more unexpected we can also offer you the chance to do improv. This means a set of 20 slides will be given to you unseen and you need to tell a story to go with them. Everyone who has volunteered for an improv presentation has enjoyed the experience and the audience is usually cheering them on while laughing at the tangents they go off on.

Are you drawn to the unexpected? Then join the audience or put yourself in the spotlight as a speaker. Entry is free, donations to Pecha Kucha on the night are welcome.

If you would like to present, please fill in the contact form.