Dear STEM Ambassadors.
To help you share your work with a wider and more diverse group of people we invite you to
take part in a short stand-up comedy training session and to perform at a special
on-screen comedy event, Bright Club.
Bright Club is the international network of research-based comedy and it's coming to
the Wellcome Genome Campus via online video. The session and gig will be hosted by Steve
Cross, a stand-up comedian and science communicator who still has a knee injury from
playing football on the Genome Campus site when he worked here.
The training takes place on the 9th of June from 3pm-5pm and performances will take place
on the evenings of 18th and 24th of June. For participating, please fill in the form here:
If you’d have any questions or would like more information email Elo Madissoon:
Elo Madissoon and the Public Engagement team
Tel: +44 (0)1223 496822
Wellcome Genome Campus Public Engagement | Wellcome Genome Campus | Hinxton |
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