When we’re running Bettakultcha events it’s hard to tell exactly how the night is going, we’re so tied up with getting the details right, we sometimes manage it as well!
So, we’re really grateful to Peg Alexander for putting together this great report on Bettakultcha at Life Online in the Media Museum in Bradford. It really catches the atmosphere and, for me, the noise and atmosphere.
Have a listen to Peg’s Bettakultcha report, it’s well worth a listen.
After a few drinks and watching the practiced Bettakultcha talks, it’s great to see people taking on the random challenge. A great end to a great night in Bradford at the Media Museum.
Random challenges are slightly shorter than standard Bettakultcha presentations at only 2.5 minutes instead of 5.
Does that make them easier? No.
Random challenges bring out the best in some people. Here’s a master class!
Simon Wilson, press ganged into the role, takes on the first random challenge at the Media Museum.