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That means we work hard to have "gender balanced" events with *fairly* equal numbers of men and women. If too many men/women sign up, we either fix it or cancel and refund everyone. Now we want you to vote for your favourite Shackleton object.What does Shackleton have to do with our new hashtag – #Museum Speed Dating?No, the Polar Museum hasn’t decided to branch out into matchmaking (though I’m sure our penguin could thaw even the iciest of hearts! Instead, this is a new way to show you some more of our Shackleton collection, and find out what you’d like to see more of too.Using this hashtag, we’ve posted 10 short films across all of our social media channels about some of the amazing objects in our collection.She said she was pleased by the overall turnout.“I think a lot of people had a great time, and people were able to meet a lot of other people,” Song said.
Shackleton is a man who lived a full life, typified by his expeditions to the Antarctic, of course, but full of people, relationships, and objects – some of which we’re lucky enough to look after.
Daters were provided with conversations starters—including “Tina Fey or Amy Poehler? Students at the event had varying ideas about what the night might have in store.
Some said they came as a favor for their more enthusiastic roommates, but no one interviewed at the event admitted to being the roommate who actually wanted be there.
Ernest Shackleton was an eminent polar explorer who voyaged to the Antarctic four times, leading three of his own expeditions.
On two of those expeditions he made ‘furthest South’ records on his attempts on the South Pole.
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According to Song, this year’s event drew more men than usual.