Let’s Get Physical (SAB Online #1)

Let’s Get Physical (SAB Online #1)

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Following the rave reviews of Brighton’s first digital assembly in May, you are invited to join us for our second SAB Online on Sunday 14th June, where we’ll be exploring the theme of ‘Let’s Get Physical’ in a scientific (not a creepy) way, through our award-winning formula of inspirational speakers, eloquent poetry, super science and some live musical interludes.
Subject to confirmation, we’re hoping that our guest speaker for the month will be Kate Shaw from Sussex University, who’ll be sharing some unique insights into the awesome Physics Without Frontiers project, promoting everyone’s favourite subject in developing countries to help build the next generation of scientific geniuses.
We’ll also be exploring different aspects of the theme via poetry and personal experiences, while singing some vaguely-related rock/pop tunes and although we won’t be serving any tea & cake afterwards, you are welcome to provide your own and there will still be a chance for friendly chit-chat after the main proceedings (via the magic of the Internet).
Participation is free but please reserve your Zoom place in advance as places may be limited at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kfuiprz8jH9VVBbbX3FREvhI3RN2m7FkV

Participation is free but you will probably need to reserve your Zoom place in advance and we may be limited to 100 places.
Please tag yourself as Interested or Going to this event to receive the relevant Zoom link in due course…
See you in the ether!

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ABOUT SUNDAY ASSEMBLY

The Sunday Assembly is a worldwide network of non-religious gatherings which aims to uplift and inspire through readings, talks, silent contemplation and classic pop songs.

http://www.sundayassembly.com/
Sunday Assembly Brighton has been running since 2013 and usually takes place on the second Sunday of every month at Middle Street School on the edge of the Brighton Lanes – but not at the moment because of the dreaded lurgey.


 

 

 

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