Bettakultcha (West Yorkshire) Reviews
Description:A pop-up presentation evening where people talk about their passions held at various West Yorkshire venues.
Newest Review: ... a 'bring your own' policy. The organisers of the event are two men called Richard and Ivor. On the night, Richard takes care of the slideshows and Ivor acts as compere. Richard is usually also keeping up with the Twitter buzz: everyone is encouraged to tweet furiously in the small gaps between each presentation so it's easy to engage with anyone in the room. Ivor is a big personality: his ... more
Customer Bettakultcha (West Yorkshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/12/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Bettakultcha is a really different and a really fun night out. It's been nicely summed up as a 'cabaret of ideas'; what it's really about is people sharing their passions. Anyone can sign up to speak at Bettakultcha and anyone can attend. Usually there are ten to twelve speakers, who each have five minutes in which to speak on whatever topic they choose. Each speaker has to prepare a slideshow of 20 slides to accompany their talk, and each slide must last exactly 15 seconds. No plugs or pitches are allowed. The venue changes regularly. I attend the Leeds events, which have been held at Leeds University Union bar, Leeds Corn Exchange and the ... Read the complete review