Are You Ready for Thursday?

Are you ready to share… some serious dance skills?

To celebrate our fast approaching main conference, we’re holding a launch party at Qudos in the QMU! Although our theme is ‘Press Pause to Begin’, this evening should definitely have one buzzing beat!

Get ready for a night packed with live music performances, including Northern Central, Age-Otori, and DJ Ross MacLeod. Later, Daria Altenburg will demonstrate the impressive beauty and strength of pole dancing.

Throughout the evening you will also have the chance to socialise with representatives from HANDPRINTS e-NABLE Scotland, Glasgow UBT (Coppafeel), VRoomggo, and Greenpeace! So as you can imagine, Thursday night will shake with the good vibrations of great music and brilliant people.

Of course, this would not be a TEDx University of Glasgow event without a couple of talks as well! The evening’s speakers will include Ramadeep Mungur’s, ‘Identity is Beautiful and Complex: Be Proud of Yours’; Alexander Curtis’, ‘Take the Neglected out of Neglected Tropical Disease’; and Sarah Bacom’s ‘The Right to the City and to Food: Alternative Narratives of Food Poverty in Community-led Gardens’.

This Thursday will be jam packed with inspiration, and YOU are invited to come share your passion with us – even if this passion is to throw a couple ‘running mans’ or ‘sprinklers’ onto the dance floor! Of course, if you need some refreshments, the bar will be open throughout the evening. Plus, admission includes a free drink and snacks.

Please bring your friends and come join us on the 8th of February from 19.00 – 22.00 at Qudos in the QMU.

Tickets are £7, limited, and selling fast (http://launchpartytedxuofg.getqpay.com/).

Come share your laughter, ideas, and dance moves with us!

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