Craig Dyson does some pretty spectacular things in his. His only limitation? The size of the shed.
John must be one of the proudest people I’ve ever met. You can see the passion oozing out of him as he talks about his city, Bradford.
Your accent is one of the things that make you who you are. Many a youth has made the foolish mistake of trying to change it. John thankfully stopped short.
Bettakultcha was last in Bradford in June at the great Handmade in Bradford the former Virgin store (?). It was a great night so good in fact that we’re going there again on September 26th you can get tickets on the Bettakultcha Eventbrite page
Here are all the videos from that great night enjoy!
Richard Michie – Professional Northerner
Chris Allen – Social media for Lawyers
David Lishman – Master butchery
Jim Wilson – Patrick Wilson
Dr Michael Porter – Real science and medicine
Ivor Tymchak – My life in art
Paul Kerfoot – Why do I eat a Banana like that?
Kate Booth – Oranges are not the only fruit, mum
We’re delighted to announce that on THURSDAY June 21st Bettakultcha returns to Bradford. And we’re really pleased that the people at Hand Made in Bradford are helping to host our return.
As always the rules for the presenters are:
- 20 slides
- 15 seconds each slide
- NO PITCHING
We kick off at 7.30 but please arrive by 7.00 so you get a seat!
To buy your tickets visit the Eventbrite site for Bettakultcha Bradford.
Do you have a passion?
We’re always looking for presenters, so if you have a passion you want to share email Bettakultcha@gmail.com and we’ll add you to the list.
Bettakultcha sells out really quickly there are only 100 tickets available, so make sure you book your tickets early. As a little thank you for early bookers the early bird price is still £5 per ticket.
On Monday 11th June any remaining tickets will be £7.50 each.
There will be a paid bar on the night, at reasonable prices. No food at the moment, but you can’t go short of something to eat in Bradford can you!