Back for another go, and looking for new presenters! All you have to do is give a three minute presentation, on whatever subject you want, in front of a fun and friendly audience of people who there to hear and share new things.
A great way to socialise, learn something new and often unexpected, and have a laugh.
The first party included talks on gravitational waves, how the ear works, expensive water, the Black and the White plagues, adventures, and more. Who knows what this one will bring!?
So think of something, anything, you can talk about for three minutes, crack open some slide making software, and get ready to present!!
Prizes will be awarded for:
*Presentation finishing closest (but not over!) to th...ree minutes.
*Most interesting presentation (voted by audience).
*Best presented presentation (voted by audience).
Everyone is welcome to come along, even if they aren't presenting. £3 entry is charged, to cover the venue and the glamours prizes.
To get you presentation place, either: comment on the event, contact the organiser by message, or email [email protected]
Any questions: please post them down below!
Also: Please, please, share this with your friends! The more people and the wider range of topics the better it will be. — Promo posters can be found at drive.google.com/drive/folders/17Hvj2PbB_G6SqtlAfurzpPctKYfwARxB?usp=sharing
1 — Presentation places are limited to 10, due to time, with priority being given to people who have not presented before, so as to give new people a go.
2 — Presentations can be on any topic, provided that the content is "15" rated or lower and not intended to cause offense to others.
3 — Presenters must confirm attendence at least 48hrs before the event, so that we can put you on the voting slips.
4 — We will be using one laptop for all the talks, so presentations must be sent to [email protected]
in a PowerPoint usable format at least 48hrs in advance of the event. The laptop does have sound
5 — The aim is to make a presentation as close to 3 minutes long as possible, based on the presenters judgement and skill. To this end presentations may not have excessive automated transitions, and may not contain more than one minute of video or audio. Presenters may not use clocks, watches, or any other time keeping device or mechanism. This is fun, play within the spirit.
6 — There will be an official time keeper. When a presentation hits 3 minutes there will be a signal to say time is up. Presenters may continue their presentation to completion for up to three minutes after that signal, then will be asked to stop
7 — Presenters are encouraged to answer questions at the end, but these will be limited to a maximumi of relevant questions
8 — Running order will be decided by draw in advance, and announced on the night. Except the organiser, he picks his own slot
9 — All the organisers decisions are final. The Power!!! The Power!!!