Saturday 26th October 2013
St Giles Hotel - Feltham, London
11 AM to 5 PM
Tickets: £5 on the door, under-16s free
The RISC OS User Group Of London (ROUGOL) is pleased to be organising the fifth RISC OS London Show. We will again have an exciting mix of both new and old hardware and software on display, plus guest speakers in the theatre.
We will have modern systems based on the Raspberry Pi, Beagleboard and Pandaboard, plus historic systems from Acorn's past. These will be showing the latest software developments and classic games. Plus there will be robots, BigTraks, DIY laptops, and definitely some Lego!
If you are interested in exhibiting at this year's show or presenting in the theatre, contact us.
2013-10-23 - Retro Software will be showing some of their software for your 8bit machines, including the brand new Mountain Panic game released only two weeks ago!
2013-10-21 - Bernard Boase will be trying to round up volunteers to help with the Documentation Project, the task of updating the RISC OS welcome guides.
2013-10-16 - The preliminary list of theatre presentations is now online
2013-10-14 - Aemulor added to the exhibitors list.
2013-10-12 - Thanks to a loan from the Centre for Computing History we will have on display the last ever Acorn machine, the only working Phoebe prototype.
2013-09-29 - New exhibitor this year is Richard Keefe with ImpressionX. See how he is progressing with updating the ever popular DTP program to run on modern machines.
2013-09-22 - Steve Drain will be showing his BBC BASIC addon Basalt, running on his Raspberry Pi + Lapdock custom setup.
2013-09-21 - Steve Fryatt will be showing off his software, including CashBook, PrintPDF and Locate2.
2013-09-09 - The first list of exhibitors for the 2013 show is online, more updates to follow.
2013-02-24 - Help us to advertise the show by using one of our website banners on your own site.
2013-02-12 - Show date for 2013 confirmed as Saturday 26th October
Bring and buy unwanted items and help raise money. The stand can accept any Acorn/RISC OS related hardware or software, but not CRT monitors or x86 PCs. We're raising money for Combat Stress, a charity dedicated to providing mental health support to veterans. Any questons to email@example.com