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Scanz Presents: The Story Collider

Wed Sep 13th, 2017

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Join us for a night of true, personal stories about science told live on stage.

For one night only -- The Story Collider is partnering with the Science Communicators Association (SCANZ) to bring their live science storytelling stage show to New Zealand.
From the tragic to the hilarious, we'll explore the deeply human side of science with stories drawn from local researchers and science communicators.

Five talented storytellers and their themes will be announced soon -- watch this space!
Doors open at 7 pm, show starts at 8pm at Meow.
Discount for SCANZ members +PLUS first 50 SCANZ members to arrive will get $5 off first drink at the bar. Tickets from the link below

About The Story Collider
The Story Collider was founded in 2010. They believe that true, personal stories about science are powerful... And beautiful, hilarious, awful, heartbreaking, and everything in between. They host more than 40 live shows per year in New York, London, Boston, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Atlanta, St Louis other cities around the US and UK. Their weekly podcast attracts 250,000 listens per month, for some eight million downloads in total.

The tones balanced stand-up funny and powerfully confessional … The crowd's reactions veered from belly laughs to pin-drop silence.
— Andy Beta, The Wall Street Journal

SCANZ would like to thank Victoria University of Wellington and the Association of Centres of Research Excellence (aCoRE) for their generous sponsorship of the Story Collider live show.
SCANZ would also like to acknowledge the Queenstown Molecular Biology Meeting (QMB 2017) for its role in bringing the Story Collider to New Zealand.

art/noise, world

Louis Baker

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