Another great night of Bettakultcha at the Wardrobe in Leeds last night. In case you missed it here’s the night as it unfolded.
Sometimes we are asked to hold special Bettakulthca events for groups, organisations and even businesses. Early in 2016 we ran an event at Thorpe Park in Leeds for the Professional Speakers Association (PSA). No everyone in the PSA is a paid professional speaker, but the aim of the group is for people to improve their skills with a the ambition of being one.
We approached the evening no differently to a normal Bettakultcha, same rules – 20 slides, 15 seconds each slide, NO Sales Pitches. For your delectation here are the members of the PSA’s Bettakultcha talks.
If you’d like to speak to us about putting on a Bettakultcha event for your business or group send email email@example.com.
Random Challenge 1
Randon Challenge 2
If you missed our debut at Rise in Manchester on March 10th, don’t worry the videos will be available soon. In the meantime here’s what happened via the medium of Twitter.
On January 21st we return to The Brudenell Social Club in Leeds with a Bettakultcha we’ve entitled “Is the North going South?”. As well as returning to the Brudenell we’ve also pleased to welcome back Andrew Critchett’s Fish& who will be feeding you all in the car park. Old timers will remember him serving amazing food way back when we held Bettakultcha V at Left Bank.
Early bird tickets are available until January 14th for only £6 each, after that they rise to £8 so save yourself a few bob and get yours now by visiting our Events Page.
The current speaker line-up is stellar for this Bettakultcha, as it includes:
Poet Kate Fox
Billy Hanshaw (creator of the new Doctor Who title sequence)
Journalist Peg Alexander
Doer of Internet things Si Wilson
YouTube Jockey Tim Ineaux
Chief Exec of Leeds Council Tom Riordan
Writer Elly Snare
Ball of energy Chris Ingold
Straight talking Ted Wainwright
Bucket Handle Howard Walker and Journalist Evelyn Robinson – No videos yet, they’re new to Bettakultcha!
Plus of course 4 Random Challengers – It could be you!
Don’t hold us to the list, it can be pretty fluid!
A small gathering came to see the beautiful people of York Share their thoughts and ideas. We seemed to have a vague architecture theme, totally by chance of course.