Mar 30, 2019 7:30 PM The Mantra Therapy Easter Special Mantras. Music. Meditation. Motivation. Mingling & Soul Food! Checkout This Preview/Taster!  Join us as we take a dip into richly nourishing spiritual waters infused with powerful mantra sound vibrations to fill you with deep internal, eternal love, and wisdom to equip you to live a more joyful, meaningful year!  This evening promises the same uniquely irresistible mix of highlights that people have come to love about these nights, blending LIVE chilled grooves with meditative kirtan mantra vibes infused with flavours of Jazz, Blues, RnB, Soul and Classical Indian Kirtans, interspersed with motivational key-note talks and refreshingly down to earth networking! • Chilled-out LIVE mellow, rockin' mantra vibes to uplift you. • Guided meditation, Wisdom, Relaxation & Motivational Straight Talk to inspire you.  • Networking with Like-Minded souls & Special Guests, with Soulful Snacks to nourish you. - SATURDAY 30th March 2019 - Doors Open from 7.15pm for a 7:30pm Start - 10.30pm - Suggested Donation: £5* In Advance (Online) via Eventbrite / (Limited spaces on the door) (*Includes light snacks & refreshments)  - Bring your own cushion for comfort  VENUE: 90 Elms Road, Harrow / Stanmore HA3 6BT.  Free Parking on Premises + Nearby. Nearest underground station Harrow & Wealdstone - 10-15 minutes' walk. Nearest bus: Harrow & Wealdstone Bus Terminus CONTACT DETAILS: For Queries/Info, call: 07769 650056 /  0207 112 9211  FAQs What's the cost? A suggested donation of £5 to cover our costs and fund these beautiful, empowering events: includes light snacks and all performances and talks. Are there Age / Other Limits to enter the event? No, but this Event is primarily for broad minded professionals between around ~25-50 of all backgrounds and cultures. What Is The Dress Code? Totally relaxed - feel free to be casual or semi casual - east or west What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Free Parking on Premises + Nearby. Nearest underground station Harrow & Wealdstone - 10-15 minutes' walk. Nearest bus: Harrow & Wealdstone Bus Terminus What if I can't come on time for the start/have to leave early? Life is too precious to stress - come and go as you need to, but just be respectul to enter and exit quietly. What can/can't I bring to the event? Just bring your down-to-earth, open minded, friendly self - and maybe a spare cushion to sit on! PS> It's an alcohol and smoke-free event.  Can I bring a friend? Sure - just have them book a ticket here on Eventbrite (or book for them). If you have any questions - please use the Contact Information provided. I want to attend one of your Retreats - do I have to attend an event beforehand? Not necessarily. Our events give you a wonderful glimpse of the sort of powerful, magical, unique experiences that are in store at the Retreats, but often times, people just want to sign up for a Retreat directly. You're welcome to do so. Please check our website for details of upcoming Retreats. Also Subscribe to and Enjoy our Official Youtube Channel: And our 5 Star Rated Podcast "Urban Spirituality" on iTunes/Mac: and Windows/Android:

Mar 21, 2019 6:00 PM

The perfect time for you to come down to our campus and see the facilities  for yourself. We offer 2 year creative media degrees in the following areas: Animation Audio Movie Games Music Business Web We offer a range of exciting short courses in Audio, Film, Games, Music Business and Web. Meet staff and students Learn more about our courses Learn about your career opportunities Get admissions advice Production demonstrations will be going on throughout the day. Please book one person interested in studying with SAE Institute. One ticket is valid for yourself and any friends and family accompanying you. Find out more about what SAE can offer at

Mar 29, 2019 7:00 PM

Join the 2019 GB Climbing Team, the British Mountaineering Council, BMC supporters and the world’s press for the unveiling of the 2019 Duco® GB Climbing Kit. An exclusive chance to see the kit which will take our athletes on the road to Tokyo 2020. 7pm - Guest Arrival Press Reception. 7:30pm - Introduction to the 2019 Season from BMC Head of Competition, Zoe Spriggins 7:45pm - The GB Climbing Team 2019 Kit Unveiling  8:30pm - Press Photos and Conference followed by networking 9pm - Event Close Please arrive promptly as doors will be closed at 7:25pm. Expect loud music, flash photography and strobe lights. If you require any special access or assistance, please contact ahead - [email protected]

Mar 23, 2019 10:00 PM

The 305 -  brings you the most amazing Reggaeton session with the latest from old school to the latest new sounds from J Balvin, Ozuna, Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee.Every Month! Get ready for a day of nonstop dancing, fun with latin flavor and style!   After 4 SELL OUT PARTIES with 400+ attendees per event THE 305  returns for all of our Reggaeton & Latin music fans! Adress: 18 Kentish Town Rd, Camden Town, London NW1 9NX  Music By: DJ CANO  and Guest DJs spinning the best Reggaeton and Latin music 

Mar 24, 2019 2:00 PM

Welcome to London’s Original David Bowie Musical Walking Tour. Offering a 2.5 hour guided tour of Bowie’s vibrant hometown of Brixton, join us for an all-encompassing journey from birth to death of one of London’s biggest icons. The tour will feature classic David Bowie songs performed en route and stories and anecdotes from his life. Tours run regularly on Sundays from 2pm - 4.30pm.  They will commence outside Brixton Tube Station at the time detailed on your ticket or at the time of booking. Your tour guide will be by the tourist information map near Brixton Tube Station holding a guitar! We recommend you arrive at least 10 minutes early. January 2019 Special Events: Double Walking Tour Do you want to celebrate David Bowie with us this January for the anniversary of his birth and his passing? Join Bowie Tour London for a very special one-off event where we will be running both David Bowie Walking Tours on the same day for a discounted price! Fancy dress is encouraged! Visit David Bowie - From Birth To Stardom : A Double Walking Tour Extravaganza! for more details. One-off Live Performance Join Bowie Tour London's host Nick Stephenson for a special one-off acoustic performance of two classic David Bowie albums, Hunky Dory and The Rise & Fall Of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars performed in their entirely at The Ship, Wardour Street, Soho - Bowie's regular watering hole between 1967 - 1970. Visit Bowie Tour London presents... Hunky Dory & Ziggy Stardust! for more details. PLEASE NOTE: It is advised you book your tour at least a week in advance. Tours will only run with a minimum of 5 people. You will be given 72 hrs notice if ticket sales are low for the tour you have booked onto. If sales increase to 5 people or over, the tour will go ahead and you will be notified accordingly. Full refunds will be given at 24 hrs notice if no further tickets are sold for your tour. Interested in our other David Bowie Musical Walking Tour? Visit Soho's Original David Bowie Musical Walking Tour for more details.

Mar 30, 2019 10:00 AM

START 2019 RIGHT!! This is a great event for Christian singles! Go ahead and book you never know who you might meet!! BeLifted is London's first and only Gospel workout. Most gyms focus on the external and looking good. BeLifted is all about a MIND and BODY workout. We want people to have an internal transformation as well as an external one. We want people to leave renewed and changed by the motivational, powerful and inspirational Gospel music that can change lives. Come along, EVERYONE is WELCOME. Be filled, BeLifted and let the vibrant music change you from the inside out. Workouts we do are: Boxercise Hiit Aerobics Circuits Muscle strength and endurance

Mar 28, 2019 5:00 PM

Sound and Music's Teacher Network Event is for London secondary music teachers wanting to explore and strengthen their approach to teaching composing. These informal events draw on the research generated by Listen Imagine Compose and offer teachers a chance to explore its findings, share personal experiences and to discover practical solutions to teaching composing within secondary schools. Led by composer Sigrún Sævarsdóttir-Griffiths, we will be exploring how composing can be developed through working as a whole-class ensemble, and how individual pupils can develop musical ideas in a group composition context.   Details The event is free but places must be booked in advance. Refreshments will be provided. Listen Imagine Compose is a partnership project between Sound and Music, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Birmingham City University investigating how composition is taught  and learned through secondary schools and draws on the expertise of teachers and their pupils, composers, music education academics and arts organisations.

Mar 28, 2019 7:00 PM

Painting, Good Music and Alcohol - how could you go wrong.  Introducing our new weekly Thursday night at Duo London "Party N Paint" The idea of showing off your hidden talents, enjoying a painting class with a twist of party jams playing the best of 90s RnB, hip-hop and club classics! We assure you this isn't your ordinary art class! Inspired by a massive craze in the US, this fantastic concept has finally reached London, and we want you all to experience the buzz.  No experience is required, as we will give you all the artist direction needed to create and take home your masterpiece! Our events are one of a kind, encompassing a fantastic night out with a love of creativity and art. So come down and enjoy a drink or two, party vibes, great company and paint the night away. Our night includes - Free Cocktail Reception  - Artist Direction - Themed Event  - Vodka Shots for best painter  - Competition for the best masterpiece   - All art supplies needed to create your masterpiece - DJ playing music to have you up on your feet and partying - Opportunity to purchase fantastic cocktails - Lively atmosphere and party vibes - Beautiful art to take home Come and experience the best paint party in town! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with our upcoming events! Early Bird Tickets- £25 Standard Tickets- £30 Discount for Birthday Deals with us contact [email protected]

Mar 24, 2019 11:00 AM

Get a taste of our specially designed dance classes for the older learner. Open, fun and accessible, these classes will help improve your mobility, posture, coordination, and energy levels, no matter how old you are. "...the sheer joy of moving to music is still there – all the old steps & exercises – such fun.... we all do what we can." Silver Swans participant Who can attend?Older students, recommended for age 55 and above. Duration/Time: We have two 1 hour general levels classes taking place at the same time. 11.00am - 12.00pm (midday) Content: Group A: Taught by Silver Swans Licensee, Lucy Clay. Lucy holds a regular class from 11:00 - 12:00 on Thursdays, at Fresh Ground, Battersea Rise, SW11. Group B: Taught by Silver Swans Licensee, Judy Fitt-Dixon. Judy teaches a regular class on a Tuesday at The Age Concern Hall, Oxford Road North, Chiswick, London. Following the class there will be refreshments and cakes for all attendees - an opportunity to meet the teachers and potentially sign-up to the weekly classes they hold. There is also the option to be part of the audience for the Phyllis Bedells Bursary. In front of you and a panel of two judges, students will dance a non-syllabus class at Advanced 1 level, followed by the performance of a Dancer’s Own and one Classical Repertoire variation, from 1.00 - 4.00pm.  Tickets are offered to Silver Swans workshop participants at the lower price of £10, ordinarily tickets are £18.50. Date:  Sunday 24 March 2019. Apply: Please ensure you check the ticket details carefully. If the ticket you wish to book appears sold out, please apply online for the Waiting List Ticket, specifying which time slot you wish to attend. The Student Activities Team will contact you should a suitable place become available. Please read our Terms & Conditions (sibling discounts available). The RAD uses Eventbrite for ticketing and registration for events (including workshops, masterclasses, CPD, and a range of free activities). We only store your personal information in order to register and facilitate your attendance and to request feedback. We will not use your information to contact you unless you have opted to receive marketing materials, or have signed up for our e-newsletter. Please read Eventbrite’s Privacy Policy. For further details on how your information is processed, please see the Student Activities Privacy Notice. Please note, in the event of injury or medical emergency during the activity a qualified First Aider from Royal Academy of Dance will provide necessary treatment and assistance to the participant. Please see our Terms & Conditions for further information on this.  

Mar 22, 2019 9:30 AM

Get a user-centered approach to measurement Workshop Overview Every product manager understands that they need to gather evidence to help them make decisions and set the right strategy and priorities, yet simply having a massive data warehouse and analytics skill sets doesn’t help you ask the right questions or come to the right conclusions.   How can product managers take a human centered approach to measurement?  The third full-day workshop offered by Mind the Product seeks to answer this question; how can we take a product mindset on metrics.   This workshop will be framed very differently from the usual Metrics workshops because it specifically focuses on the role of the product manager in driving a common understanding throughout the product development lifecycle. In the workshop we’ll address how product managers can work with their teams to create a strong metrics practice that’s set-up for long-term success, answering the following questions: How do you put a product mindset around metrics?   How can Product Managers flesh out the One Metric That Matters and locate it within the ecosystem of other metrics? How do you work with data to help experiment towards the most valuable experiments? What can a product manager do to ensure that metrics are implemented and tracked properly during the build process? What does a product team need to report on as they track metrics? How can you create a metrics-driven culture? Although these are simple questions on the surface, the answers to them are seemingly infinite. This course is a practical, actionable life raft in a sea of competing terms, formulas, theories, and approaches. It was created to ensure that you take the ideas and frameworks within it directly to your job the following day. Take this course if you: Want to hear specifically how product managers work with metrics Prefer pragmatic, actionable insights over theories that sound good but never tie back in to your job as a product manager Want to understand the “one metric that matters” for various types of business models and stages Want to hear specific details and scenarios about working with cross-functional teams to implement metrics tracking Want to get hands-on with business scenarios that will let you work with metrics concepts throughout the course of the day Want to hear about pitfalls you should watch out for along the analytics journey Want to spark inspiration from the 100+ different metrics - used by businesses of all sizes and verticals - that are sprinkled throughout this course This class is tailored towards working product managers, ideally who have worked with products through various stages of development. The class is hands-on and requires deep reflection from participants on what has worked for them in the past, and how their process could evolve. Metrics and analytics inform almost everything you do. Whether you’re refreshing your memory or expanding your understanding, you’ll be practicing all day to apply metrics and analytics to real-world situations. Come to class with a product, service, brand, or entire company in mind - there will be several opportunities to explore how you’d apply these theories and frameworks to real-life situations.   Key Takeaways At the end of the session participants will come away with a sense of what frameworks they can implement immediately, as well as a grounded understanding of how to ensure that your users stay at the heart of the measurement process. Mind the Product Trainers Every Mind the Product trainer is a working product manager who has worked with multiple products and domains. Your trainer’s product management experience enriches the curriculum by delivering diverse perspectives on best practice in different scenarios. You will hear about the products they have worked on in the past, what went well, what didn’t go so well, and how they tried to make improvements. Our trainers’ main goal is not to provide participants with all of the answers, but help facilitate them in asking the right questions.   About Your Trainers Randy Silver, Product Manager A recovering music journalist & editor, Randy has been working as an interactive producer & product manager across the US & UK for nearly 20 years. (Yikes!) After launching Amazon’s music stores in the US and UK, Randy has worked with museums and arts groups, online education, media & entertainment, retail and financial services. He’s held Head of Product roles at HSBC and Sainsbury’s, where he also directed their 100+-person product community.  Randy currently works as a freelance Product consultant, providing interim Product leadership.  He’s also the co-host of Mind the Product’s podcast, The Product Experience. Hillary Johnson, Product Manager Hilary is a Product Manager, Strategist and Researcher helping companies build high-value products for their customers. She has worked with companies across a range of industries, most recently with the Financial Times and before, Abundance, a fintech startup for socially-conscious investors, Nutmeg and Moonpig.  Prior to this Hilary held the role of Senior Product Manager at software consultancy Pivotal Labs where she focused on mobile apps in the B2B and B2C space. She's a University of Oxford Internet Institute alumni and holds a law degree from McGill University. Agenda Registration will begin at 9.00 Class will start at 9.30 sharp and end at 17.00 We'll also provide a light breakfast, buffet lunch, and plenty of tea and coffee to fuel you through the day. Frequently Asked Questions Can I change the name or other details on my tickets?Yes, but only the person who purchased the ticket can make these changes on Eventbrite. You are free to change your ticket details up to two days before the event, including name, title, etc. Please make sure these details are correct as they will be what we show on your badge! Just login to Eventbrite and make the changes, following these instructions. If you can’t reach the person who purchased the ticket in order to get them to change the information please contact us on [email protected] and we will help you make the updates. Can I get a refund?We offer a full refund up to one month before the event. Simply log in to Eventbrite and request the refund following these instructions. As with changes, only the person who purchased the tickets can request a refund. Can I pay by invoice?As we are a small team we only offer payment by invoice if you are buying 5 tickets or more due to the additional overhead. Early Bird conference tickets cannot be purchased by invoice. Please also note that no tickets are held/issued until payment of the invoice has been received.  Request to pay by invoice by emailing [email protected] Tickets are not held until payment has been made – there are no exceptions to this. We cannot agree to any terms and conditions associated with Purchase Order numbers or other supplier agreements. We do not fill in supplier detail forms for ticket invoices – if you cannot find details you require on our website – please ask. Frequently Asked Questions | Terms & Conditions  |  Code of Conduct  |  Privacy Policy

Mar 21, 2019 6:00 PM

Hi Gluggers,   We'll be holding court at the iconic Shoreditch Town Hall for one event you're not gonna want to miss. Crashing together like the big bang of creativity, Glug London presents ‘Where Art and Technology Collide’ featuring a line up of hugely influential speakers who combine two brilliant worlds to create their magic. This evening will be one of exploration, discovery and as always, a time to ‘Notwork’! Made Thought, Google Creative Lab, Kin Design & Science Museum, Rachael Clancy, Art&Graft and The Beautiful Meme will showcase how creativity and technology can fuse together in the most extraordinary way!  Our pals at Microsoft Surface will be powering some unique, guaranteed to blow your mind experiential activities, so make sure you follow all the action on our social channels for more updates. Tickets will move fast, so snap 'em up before it's too late.  See you there, Glug London —  Line-up: Made Thought - Paul Austin  Made Thought is a London-based creative studio that works globally helping business and ideas get “closer” to people. Made Thought maintain the personal approach of a boutique studio, yet has grown to become one of the most highly regarded creative offices. The studio believes that deep thought is a prerequisite of great design.  It bridges the intersection of design connecting beautiful creativity and commerce. Designers with more than 20 years’ experience working with ‘high consideration’ brands, Paul Austin and Ben Parker co-founded Made Thought in 2000 after the pair met when studying at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication in London. —  Google Creative Lab - Steve Vranakis Over the last 25 years Steve's worked on everything from launching the iPhone and Amazon in the UK to projects for the Greek government, NASA, The UN and now heads up the Creative lab at Google in London. Steve Vranakis shares his creative ideas and experimental work running Google's Creative Lab, from how they used machine learning in music to create thousands of never heard before sounds to using artificial intelligence to find great works of art.  They developed an invisible interface using conductive thread woven into fabrics to design fashion with function and allowed riders to see through the eyes of a self-driving car to help them gain a better understanding into how they work. Steve's ideas center on how creativity combined with technology can make for truly innovative interactive experiences. —  Kin Design - Kevin Palmer & Science Museum - David Dewhurst  Kevin Palmer co-founded Kin in 2008 with the idea to build a design studio around a small team of experts, made up of designers, developers and makers. His own interest lies within the materiality of experience, often blending traditional craft with contemporary technology. David Dewhurst is a Digital Experience Manager at The Science Museum, London. He has worked at the museum for over 5 years managing AV and digital exhibits in galleries and exhibitions. He has a background in audio technology and interactive media, and has worked in user experience and mobile phone software design for Nokia. In a 'How We Did It' style Q+A Kevin and David will chat about their interactive blockbuster exhibition, The Sun – Living With Our Star. The exhibit was a smash hit that showed visitors how the Sun’s movements varied depending on where in the world they were located and at what time of year.  —  Art&Graft - Mike Moloney Mike Moloney is founder and creative director of Art&Graft, an award-winning team of creatives, design specialists and producers crafting distinctive and insightful visual campaigns for the world's most dynamic and ambitious brands. Mike began his career as a motion designer before going on to direct music videos and TV commercials. In 2010 he founded Art&Graft and has enjoyed creative success in both the UK and US with campaigns for Virgin, Cartoon Network, BBC, The Washington Post, ITV, The National Lottery and Asics. —  Rachel Clancy Art Director from Widen + Kennedy, taking a year-long sabbatical from advertising to study Independent Game and Playable Experience Design at Goldsmiths University. Rachel will be drawing on her advertising background and game design MA to share insights on how the two marry together and the current state of "gamification", now that it's been a buzzword for a few years. —  The Beautiful Meme - Tom Sharp  Tom Sharp is a poet, writer for design and Creative Director. He founded The Beautiful Meme. He has written for English National Ballet, Design Museum, V&A, British Library, Google, TfL, Deloitte and D&AD. He tries to make romantic and surreal things. —  Microsoft Surface Station We're pulling a mix of creators to flex their creative skills on some top tech. More deets coming soon! —  Events Partners.  We want to thank our lovely partners who all help us deliver our events in London and around the world. Big up to the best people around: Microsoft Surface — Drop in and show off your skills on Surface.  Getty Images — Check out Creative Insights to refresh your thinking and find inspo for your next great idea!  Awesome Merchandise BIMA Computer Arts  Easle  Gray Matters Stitch  The Drum Ugly Drinks If your company wants to get involved with Glug too, get in touch with Charlotte at [email protected] and we'll give you more information on what opportunities we've got in store for you. — [Please note that a refund is only available if the event is canceled. It's OK to sell/give away tickets without notifying us in advance.]

Mar 24, 2019 11:00 AM

SORRY SOLD OUT. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ON THE WEBSITE WWW.MAGICOFINDIA.ORG SO THAT YOU ARE FIRST TO KNOW FOR NEXT TIME. With live New Holi Folk Song band, 10 set drummer band, 20 dancers- traditional, bangra and Bollywood, now 2 amazing food stalls to buy- North and South Indian (more dosa tavas, pakoras, hot jalebis, samosa chaat & faster moving queue plans), DJ playing top English tracks and Bollywood....this is by far the best Holi Colour Dance Party in town.  Let's celebrate the beginning of spring with this colourful fun event. There will be a marque depending on the weather.  Drummers, Dancers, DJ-popular Capital FM type music and Bollywood. Dry Colour Play (safe food grade colour, washes off), Hot Food Stalls (see menu below). Limited Capacity. Only Pre-booking. So book now. Supported by Camden Council. Friendly, festive, fun event. Rajmah Chawal (Red kidney beans & rice )- £3.99 Punjabi samosas 2 -£3.00 Punjabi Samosa 2 Chat - £3.99 Aloo tikki 2 chat - £3.99 Mix bhajia - £3.00 Aloo bhajia- £3.00 Fresh Hot Jalebi - £3.00 Water bottles and soft drinks can-£1.00 Ghee paper roast-£4.99 Cheese Dosa -£4.99 Masala dosa-£4.99 Chocolate Dosa -£4.99 PAV baaji -£5.00 Vegetable dum biriyani with onion raitha -£5.00 Chicken biriyani with raitha-£5.00 Pineapple