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Ada the Show

Ada the Show

Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Full Price Ticket - 11am show

Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Full Price Ticket - 11am show

£5.00

Description

Ada.Ada.Ada is an interactive theatre production which celebrates the work of Mathematician Ada Lovelace. The University of Bristol will be bringing the show to the Colston Hall, Lantern Theatre, October 16, 2017.

Ada Lovelace wrote the world’s first complex algorithm in 1843 and was subsequently written out of history. In Ada.Ada.Ada, Lovelace tells her story using an LED dress which she operates – live on stage – using her wearable tech satin glove.

The aim of the show is to inspire the next generation of technical innovators, and help people, especially girls and women, to engage with technology and STEM as a career.

We are working hard to close the gender gap in STEM subjects, and so we are asking schools to ensure that no more than 50% of the cohort attending are male. We would also like as many schools as possible to be able to take up this opportunity, and so we ask if you can limit numbers to 30 students per year group. (NB: Numbers can be flexible, please contact to discuss)

Contact Details:
(0117) 3315193
engf-outreach@bristol.ac.uk

Date:
16 October 2017

Time:
Doors open 10.30am, 10.45am start (the main performance is at 11.00am)

Location:
Lantern Theatre at the Colston Hall
Colston St, Bristol BS1 5AR, UK

http://www.colstonhall.org/visit-us/

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Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Free Ticket - 11am show

Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Free Ticket - 11am show

FREE OF CHARGE

Description

**Free tickets are for children and teachers/accompanying adults from state schools only**

Ada.Ada.Ada is an interactive theatre production which celebrates the work of Mathematician Ada Lovelace. The University of Bristol will be bringing the show to the Colston Hall, Lantern Theatre, October 16, 2017.

Ada Lovelace wrote the world’s first complex algorithm in 1843 and was subsequently written out of history. In Ada.Ada.Ada, Lovelace tells her story using an LED dress which she operates – live on stage – using her wearable tech satin glove.

The aim of the show is to inspire the next generation of technical innovators, and help people, especially girls and women, to engage with technology and STEM as a career.

We are working hard to close the gender gap in STEM subjects, and so we are asking schools to ensure that no more than 50% of the cohort attending are male. We would also like as many schools as possible to be able to take up this opportunity, and so we ask if you can limit numbers to 30 students per year group. (NB: Numbers can be flexible, please contact to discuss)

Contact Details:
(0117) 3315193
engf-outreach@bristol.ac.uk

Date:
16 October 2017

Time:
Doors open 10.30am, 10.45am start (the main performance is at 11.00am)

Location:
Lantern Theatre at the Colston Hall
Colston St, Bristol BS1 5AR, UK

http://www.colstonhall.org/visit-us/

Read More
Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Full Price Ticket - 2pm show

Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Full Price Ticket - 2pm show

£5.00

Description

Ada.Ada.Ada is an interactive theatre production which celebrates the work of Mathematician Ada Lovelace. The University of Bristol will be bringing the show to the Colston Hall, Lantern Theatre, October 16, 2017.

Ada Lovelace wrote the world’s first complex algorithm in 1843 and was subsequently written out of history. In Ada.Ada.Ada, Lovelace tells her story using an LED dress which she operates – live on stage – using her wearable tech satin glove.

The aim of the show is to inspire the next generation of technical innovators, and help people, especially girls and women, to engage with technology and STEM as a career.

We are working hard to close the gender gap in STEM subjects, and so we are asking schools to ensure that no more than 50% of the cohort attending are male. We would also like as many schools as possible to be able to take up this opportunity, and so we ask if you can limit numbers to 30 students per year group. (NB: Numbers can be flexible, please contact to discuss)

Contact Details:
(0117) 3315193
engf-outreach@bristol.ac.uk

Date:
16 October 2017

Time:
Doors open 1.30pm, 1.45pm start (the main performance is at 2.00pm)

Location:
Lantern Theatre at the Colston Hall
Colston St, Bristol BS1 5AR, UK

http://www.colstonhall.org/visit-us/

Read More
Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Free Ticket - 2pm show

Ada.Ada.Ada - Theatre production about Ada Lovelace - Free Ticket - 2pm show

FREE OF CHARGE

Description

**Free tickets are for children and teachers/accompanying adults from state schools only**

Ada.Ada.Ada is an interactive theatre production which celebrates the work of Mathematician Ada Lovelace. The University of Bristol will be bringing the show to the Colston Hall, Lantern Theatre, October 16, 2017.

Ada Lovelace wrote the world’s first complex algorithm in 1843 and was subsequently written out of history. In Ada.Ada.Ada, Lovelace tells her story using an LED dress which she operates – live on stage – using her wearable tech satin glove.

The aim of the show is to inspire the next generation of technical innovators, and help people, especially girls and women, to engage with technology and STEM as a career.

We are working hard to close the gender gap in STEM subjects, and so we are asking schools to ensure that no more than 50% of the cohort attending are male. We would also like as many schools as possible to be able to take up this opportunity, and so we ask if you can limit numbers to 30 students per year group. (NB: Numbers can be flexible, please contact to discuss)

Contact Details:
(0117) 3315193
engf-outreach@bristol.ac.uk

Date:
16 October 2017

Time:
Doors open 1.30pm, 1.45pm start (the main performance is at 2.00pm)

Location:
Lantern Theatre at the Colston Hall
Colston St, Bristol BS1 5AR, UK

http://www.colstonhall.org/visit-us/

Read More