The Story Collider team are on a mission to find as many science stories from as many people as possible.
The University is welcoming the team back to Manchester for an amazing evening of story telling – and you are invited!
Join us 6pm – 9.30pm on Thursday 6th December at the Birdcage
Science is a part of everyone’s lives, and Science Collider believe everyone has a story about how science has impacted them — whether they’re physicists or comedians, neuroscientists or writers, doctors or bartenders – and that those stories, whether heartbreaking or hilarious, help transform how we understand science.
Our wonderful line up of storytellers: Aranzazu Carmona Orbezo, Holly Langridge, Sinead Savage, Leslie Molina Ramirez, and Sheena Cruickshank will share their personal stories of science in their lives. Come and support them by being part of the audience!
Performance has the theme of ‘Divergence’. The doors will open at 6pm, with the event running from 6.30pm – 9.30pm.
Who is it for? Everyone, and it’s free! But you do need to register via Eventbrite.
Find out how Story Collider help and train the story tellers to put on the shows:
- Sheena Cruickshank – Engagement Matters: Telling true, personal stories about science
- Jason Chu –The Hive: What’s your true, personal story in science
If you have any queries about the event contact the University of Manchester co-ordinating team team at firstname.lastname@example.org