Saturday 28th October 2017
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) 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!
NEWS2016-12-04 - 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.
2016-03-11 - London Show voted best event in the RISC OS Awards again. We will be trying for the hat-trick this year!
2015-11-21 - The RISCOSitory show report is now online.
2015-10-29 - Date for next year's show has been set already, exactly a year from today!
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