Ada.Ada.Ada

  • Venue:

    Colston Hall
  • Times:

    10.30, 1.30
  • Date:

University of Bristol present Ada.Ada.Ada, a performance highlighting the work of Ada Lovelace, to tie in with BBC’s Digital Week and Future Cities. Ada Lovelace wrote the world’s first complex algorithm in 1843 and then was 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.

Ada.Ada.Ada exists to help people, especially girls and women, engage with technology and stem as a career.

Tickets

These performances are for students in school years 7 & 8. Tickets are free but booking is essential.

For the morning show book here.

For the afternoon show book here.

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Part of

BBC Academy – Digital Cities 2017

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