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RISC OS London Show

Saturday 28th October 2017 - St Giles Hotel - Feltham

Saturday 28th October 2017
St Giles Hotel - Feltham, London

The venue   Main room

11 AM to 5 PM
Tickets: £5 on the door, under-16s free

The RISC OS User Group Of London (ROUGOL) would like to thank all the exhibitors, helpers and visitors for making the 2016 show such a great event and we hope to see you all again on Saturday 28th October 2017!


2017-03-14 - We've scored a hat-trick! The London Show has been voted best event in the RISC OS Awards again :-)
2016-12-04 - Some pictures and links to show reports are on the media page.
2016-10-26 - A new release of Organizer will be available at the show, featuring selective password encryption of its database.
2016-10-26 - A new version of RiscOSM will be avaiable at the show and will be demonstrated in the SineNomine theatre talk.
2016-10-25 - Another new exhibitor, Bitshifters, will be showing off some amazing Teletext demos, including a YouTube video converter!
2016-10-24 - RComp will have a new VirtualRPC system, the RISCBook Go, on sale at the show.
2016-10-22 - As well as having the first RISC OS laptop for over 20 years, the pi-topRO, CJE are also hoping to announce a significant upgrade at the show and a new product.
2016-10-09 - RISC OS Bits are attending the show for the first time, selling the RiscPOD Acorn branded external hard drive, plus their Acorn and RISC OS Spares and Extras.
2016-09-29 - On the SoftRock stand, your first chance to see Chris Hall's new GPS software that links live with RiscOSM.
2016-09-24 - The initial list of theatre talks is now available.
2016-09-08 - Ident Computer will be making their first appearance at the show with The Micro One, the new all in one system.
2016-09-01 - The initial list of exhibitors for this year's show is up. The list is growing all the time, so check back for more news soon.

Charity Stand

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