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Schrödinger's Hat (S4E5)

The Improvised Comedy Science Show

The Free Radicals return with a new episode of our improvised comedy science showcase - Schrödinger's Hat, the show that mashes together real science and improvised comedy theatre.

At the heart of the performance will be an engaging and informative talk from speaker Amélie Beedham with her talk entitled 'Diversity in STEM: how anybody can become a woman in engineering.'

The players won't have heard the talk before and, with no rehearsal or script, the players take the themes of the talk and produce a truly astonishing comedic journey of the imagination.

Join us at Thirsty Bear on King's Road, Reading.

Amélie Beedham

Amelie is a Chartered Engineer, currently working as a Safety Engineer at Thales. She graduated from The University of Sheffield. and 15 years later found herself married with children and questioning her gender identity. She has transitioned over the last few years so is in the prigvileged position of seeing the world of engineering from both sides of the gender divide