Our first visit to The Wardrobe in Leeds was great. It’s a fantastic room, akin to the Brudenell, so it’s got a great feel for Bettakultcha. The night had a great line of speakers with many first time presenters as well as some old hands. Here’s how the night went. Enjoy.
James and Seaburn
Your brave random challengers!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Random Challenge 1
Randon Challenge 2
In January 2016 we held our first and, so far, only night full of Random Challenges. None of the presenters had seen the slides, we had no idea how or if the night would work.
Sue has been a regular proponent of the Bettakultcha Random Challenge. It’s clear to see why she has a great turn of phrase and goes on brilliant flights of fancy. Oh and she swears like a trouper! NSFW
Jim Murdoch takes to the stage
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What kind of nut are you? Don’t think there’s much else can be said to describe this great talk. Once you’ve watched it feel free to tell us which type of nut you and your friends are.