Jun 08, 2019 11:00 AM

Formerly known as London Champs, Try Tag Rugby is taking this event to a whole new level.... Without doubt - this is the 'must attend' tournament of the year. If you want bragging rights - you earn them here - winning any division at TagFest - London, you will not only have taken part in what will become Europe's biggest and most prestigious Tag Rugby Festival but you will firmly cement yourselves as the team to beat in years to come.  A blend of 'We want to win' coupled with 'We just want to have fun and get stuck in with an awesome after-party', this is the annual event that ticks all the boxes.   Like no other Try Tag Rugby event in years past, we are pulling out all the stops to make this something special. Prizes, Prizes and more Prizes Divisions to match your expectations, from absolute Social Beginner to an Ultra Competitive Tier 1 We are inviting other sports to join in the festivities - Crazy right... A new location that has no boundaries - in the heart of SW London, it's super easy to get to  Entertainment that makes this more than just a Tag Tournament - Get your mates along Face recognition - anyone who's anyone will be here with over 1000 Tag rugby players taking part FORMAT With an unlimited capacity, together, we will make this tournament something that sits in your diary as if it were an anniversary. Oh - and on this note, it's the 10th birthday of Try Tag Rugby and of this tournament - so let's make a statement... it's also the Queens 93rd Birthday so to celebrate, fancy dress this year will left to your imagination using just the word 'QUEEN'. Tier 1  (8-a-side) Mixed, will have a guaranteed game time of minimum 105 minutes.  Try Tag Rugby's extended rules (International rules) will apply to this division.   Teams with 4 or more players having represented GB or their equivalent ITF Accredited National side sinse 2018 will automatically be put in to this division Great Britain Head Coaches and Talent Scouts will be attending this event with a view to building breadth and depth across multiple divisions with a focus on the 2021 World Cup. Maximum of 12 players per squad, 4 males & 4 females on the pitch at any one time Mixed Social (7-a-side) will have a guaranteed game time of 90 minutes Regular Try Tag Rugby Rules apply You may not have more than 3 International players in your squad or you will be moved to Tier 1 automatically Maximum of 12 players per squad, minimum 3 female on the pitch at any one time Tier 1 and Mixed Social Teams will be seeded and graded based on submitted squad lists prior to the tournament. Squad lists must be complete by June 1st at the very latest. Mixed Social, pools will be created which in turn will break out into Cup, Plate, Bowl etc competitions so there is always something to play for.  If your usual team can't play or you just fancy a bit of a change, don't worry, you can always register for the tournament as an individual and we will assign you to a new team or we can build a team around you on request. No Saturday Leagues will take place on this date, as such, the tournament will kick-off at 11:00am and conclude at approximately 5:00pm. This is the big one folks, the post tournament party will begin and continue late into the night with live music and DJ playing your favourite tunes. Along with several bars, multiple food options will also be available should you be hungry after the tournament or just planning ahead for a bit of a session. Please note you will not be able to bring food or alcohol onsite (energy bars, snacks etc obviously not included). TOURING TEAMS Located near Hammersmith train station, the venue is just 30 minutes on the Piccadilly line from Heathrow airport or if travelling by car about 10 minutes from the M4. This festival will be a melting pot of teams travelling from Try Tag Rugby leagues across the UK, plus players and teams from Ireland, France and potentially further a field. SPECTATORS Make sure you bring your friends/family etc to come and enjoy the day and all it has to offer.  Whilst all players will be issued with After-Party wrist bands at the time of registration, non-players will be required to purchase a wrist band to gain entry to the after-party - £5. REGISTRATION PROCESS We are excited to move on to this new event registration/management platform. We do also understand that it's different to the previous team registration process. Please see the following link for directions should you encounter any challenges along the way How to Register. CUSTOM TAGFEST LONDON TOURNAMENT SHORTS & TIGHTS Custom shorts/tights for this tournament are available to pre-order at the Try Tag Rugby Shop Don't miss out..

May 11, 2019 12:00 PM

London Origin continues to be a highly contested tournament bringing our high level players from both North and South of the river to battle it out on the Tag field. This year, as a stand alone tournament and without all the furore and distraction of the more social setting of previous years, the focus will be on welcoming the 'best in class' to compete together on a highly competitive stage. Great Britain Head Coaches and Talent Scouts will be attending this event with a view to buiding breadth and depth across multiple divisions with a focus on the 2021 World Cup. With North London winning in 2018, they take the annual series lead 5-4 with victories in 2015, 2013, 2012 and 2010.  South London enjoying victories in 2017, 2016, 2014 and 2011 will have all to play for in 2019 with a view to settling the scores and bringing the series back to a tie. FORMAT Teams will play in the 8-a-side format using Try Tag Rugby's extended rules (international rules).  Mixed Divisions require 4 males & 4 females on the pitch. Eight divisions will take place; - Mixed Open* - Men’s Open* - Women's Open* - Mixed Seniors (Men 31+, Women 28+)* - Men’s Seniors (28+)* - Women's Seniors (25+)* - Men's Overs (33+) - Women's Overs (33+) Each division will have three 40-minute games. Note: Players will only be allowed to participate in one team throughout the day. Note: Categories with * have been selected but are not limited to those we are considering for the World Cup 2021. Age brackets have been adapted with a view to building depth in squads over the next 2 years and to eanble players to play with each other over the coming years in preperation for 2021. e.g. Women's Seniors in 2021 will remain as 27+.  For 2019 this will be 25+. 2020 will be 26+ and so on so that players come 2021 are of the correct age and will have played together for 2 years. Note: Try Tag Rugby reserve the right to move players in to different divisions where required TEAM SELECTION Squads will consist of 12 players per squad maximum.  During registration, we will allow a maximum of 16 players to register for each team per division.   The week commencing Tuesday 7th May, a Selection Panel made up of National & GB Coaches will select the 12 players to represent each team, those not selected will be refunded in full. ELIGIBILITY Origin is based on your first permanent address in London; - North of the River Thames you qualify to represent North London - South of the River Thames you quality to represent South London Note: Any nationality can take part at the London Origin Tournament. Your first permanent address in London determines which team you are eligible for and you must be a registered and regular player of Try Tag Rugby. Note: As eligibility is based on your first permanent address, any player who has already represented either North or South at London Origin will obviously be obliged to remain a player for that region - swapping is not an option. MERCHANDISE Representative playing jerseys, singlets, shorts and tights will be available for the 2019 London Origin Tag Rugby Tournament at the time of registration. Please note that pre-orders ONLY will guarantee London Origin Kit orders. All orders must be submitted by 8th April - after this date, players will be restricted to limited stock available at the Try Tag Rugby shop on the day.  London Origin Jersey £25 London Origin Singlets £22 London Origin Shorts £16 London Origin Tights £26 (short) ENTRY COST Individual entry costs £20 REGISTRATION During the registration process you will be able to choose the region that you are eligible for, the division you would prefer to play in and the size of any jerseys, singlets, shorts or tights you wish to order. Try Tag Rugby reserve the right to move players in to different divisions where required Deadline for pre-ordering kit is 9am, Monday 8th April 2019. PRESENTATION & POST TOURNAMENT VENUE Presentation will take place at The Old Sergeant. We encourage all London Origin players to join their colleagues post event and enjoy the social after a highly competitive afternoon of Tag.  The venue are offering an extensive BBQ Buffet inclduing a selection of salads, BBQ marinated chicken, boerewors, sausages, lamb koftes, rolls, veggie options - All at £5 per head to be paid on the day - please indicate at the time of registration if you are likely to be interested in purchasing from the BBQ after the tournament.

Apr 09, 2019 8:30 AM

Kickstart your workflow by learning about Pix4D's recommended best practices when capturing and processing your imagery. This is a technical workshop for professionals using photogrammetry and/or UAVs in their practice. The workshop will introduce you to creating accurate reconstructions and improving the results. By registering for this workshop you are eligible to receive a 50% discount on the Pix4D certification exam. It is an in-person event taught by Pix4D staff. Level Public: beginners with Pix4Dmapper. Content: we will cover basic to intermediate level topics. What to expect Day 1 provides the fundamental concepts necessary for understanding data capture best practices. In addition, the general workflow for processing imagery, georeferencing a project with ground control points (GCPs), and verifying accuracy are covered in detail. Day 2 covers advanced image acquisition and processing techniques, as well as a review of the quality report and processing options. Agenda Doors to the venue open at 8:30am. Day 1, 9:00am - 5:30pmLecture The theory of photogrammetry RGB Image acquisition by aerial mapping: best practices Georeferencing, project accuracy, and ground control points: best practices Processing hardware recommendations Exercises Creating a new project in Pix4D Desktop. Step 1: Initial Processing Creating a processing area Georeferencing to ground control points (GCPs) Step 2: Point Cloud and Mesh Navigating in the rayCloud Editing the densified point cloud Step 3: DSM and Orthomosaic Measuring volumes Improving the orthomosaic Generating contour lines, and other outputs Day 2, 9:00am - 5:30pmLecture Review of the quality report Review of the processing options Image acquisition of vertical objects: best practices Mapping indoors: best practices Exercises 3D reconstruction of vertical structures Applying scale and orientation constraints Measuring distances and areas Advanced point cloud editing Applying the clipping box Generating an orthoplane Merging oblique and nadir images Marking manual tie points (MTPs) Generating video animations FAQs Q: What is a Pix4D User Workshop?A: A Pix4D User Workshop is geared towards those who are getting started with Pix4D. We will address best practices for data acquisition, basic processing options, and workflows.If you consider yourself an advanced user and you are interested in learning more about Pix4D software, please consider requesting a quote for a personal training at https://pix4d.com/training-certification/custom-training/. Q: I am not sure if this workshop is right for me.A: Please contact us if you need more information about the agenda by clicking "Contact" below. Q: Should I bring my laptop?A: Yes, Please ensure that you bring a laptop computer with the latest version of Pix4Dmapper installed to the User Workshop so that you may follow along during the hands-on exercises. Computers will not be provided on the day of the workshop. We recommend that your computer is equipped with Windows, has at least 16 GB of RAM, 20 GB of free hard drive space, and a GPU that supports OpenGL 3.2. We also suggest that you bring a computer mouse to facilitate 3D navigation in the software. Computers running Mac OS are not supported at this time. Q: Should I bring my drone?A: Please DO NOT bring your drone to the workshop. This is a workshop about software. Under no circumstances will drones be permitted to fly during the workshop. DO NOT fly your drone at or around the workshop venue. Q: Do I need a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop?A: It is not necessary that you own a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop. If you do not own a license, you will be provided with a temporary one for the duration of the workshop. Q: Is food provided at the Pix4D User Workshop?A: Lunch, coffee/tea, snacks, and water will be provided onsite during the workshop. Q: Can I attend the workshop remotely by WebEx, phone, or conference call?A: The workshop must be attended in person and is not available for remote attendance. Q: Are discounts available for educational institutions or non-profit organizations?A: Educational discounts are available, please contact the Pix4D training team at [email protected] for more information. Q: What is the refund policy?A: Orders may not be changed, modified, converted, or refunded once an order has been confirmed. Q: How can I contact the workshop organizer if I have other questions?A: Click "Contact" below, and send us an email. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Jul 04, 2019 10:00 AM

RIBA Advanced Conservation Course The RIBA Advanced Conservation Course is an important step in developing your specialism in conservation. The course’s emphasis is conservation in practice, presenting fresh and diverse projects and case studies that showcase the work of small and emerging, as well as larger well established practices to demonstrate the full range of core skills needed by conservation architects, including the growing importance of the conservation of C20th buildings. Course content and structure Day 1 Conservation procedures Fee bid: group exercise and discussion Specifying repair techniques Retrofit and thermal upgrade The science of conservation Specification: group exercise and discussion Day 2 Structure, construction and services Intangible significance discussion Material conservation case studies Conservation of C20th buildings Course leader Janie Price, Kennedy O’Callaghan ArchitectsJanie has a diploma in conservation from the AA and is accredited as SCA and AABC. Her work includes conservation architect for Bletchley Park and the Antarctic Heritage Trust. She is experienced in a wide variety of conservation work at all work stages, from medieval farmhouses to palaces and design guidance in conservation areas. She was co-speaker on the RIBA Conservation Course in 2017 and is an assessor for the conservation register for the RIBA and CARE. Days 1 and 2 will be delivered by Janie, with a co-speaker and guest speakers where indicated. Speakers may vary from course to course to suit availability and location, however, the course content will remain consistent. Andrew Shepherd, from Andrew Shepherd will be delivering some content during this course. Course speakers Ian and Michael Crick-Smith, Paint Conservation Peter Banister, Hutton and Rostron, Damp and building pathology Linda Salamoun and Dan Mackenzie, Steensen Varming, Services and environment in historic buildings Scott Sigal and Inigo Menchacatorre, St Astier and Tony Barker, Telling Lime, Properties, use and specification of lime Robert Greer, PAYE, Stone, brick terra cotta and concrete conservation Kit Webb, Historian, Significance assessments and heritage reports Elyse Howell-Price, GRP Conservation at Hermann Miller Anna Joynt, Allies and Morrison, Thermal upgrade and gate conservation George Ballard, GBS, Advanced surveying techniques John Izod, Plasterer Core Curriculum Topics 1. Building, conservation and heritage2. Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance3. Procurement and contracts4. Architecture for social purpose Terms and Conditions Cancellations are acceptable in writing up to 20 working days of the event, please contact [email protected] for cancellation requests. Substitutes are permitted at any time, please contact [email protected] for substitution requests. The RIBA accepts no responsibility for the views or opinions expressed by speakers or any other person at the event A photographer will cover this event and the images may be used to publicise future RIBA events. By accepting an invitation or purchasing a ticket you consent to being photographed, filmed or recorded as a visitor attending the event.  If the RIBA has to postpone or cancel the event the booker is entitled to a full refund of the ticket price only. On entry to the event you agree to accept and abide by any venue rules.  The RIBA reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder. The details you provide will be processed in line with the RIBA's GDPR obligations. For information on how we handle your personal data please see our Privacy Policy.

Oct 03, 2019 9:00 AM

This hands-on training course will take you through everything you need to get started in using Snap + Core First…from setup to implementation.  We will cover all the bases! Our team of experienced AAC professionals will guide you to setup and customize Snap + Core First for individuals you support.  What is included? A full copy of Snap + Core First Extended trials of Boardmaker Online A certificate of attendance Lunch Exclusive discounts, offers, and prizes What will I learn?    Technical skills needed to setup, edit, and customize Snap + Core First    Implementation skills needed to support engagement and literacy development    Communication partner skills which facilitate growth    Fully utilize the free resources in Pathways for Core First to address a wide-range of needs and engage others in the process Who are these days for? Any communication partner: Interested in learning practical use of Snap + Core First in their environment Whether you have attended a previous Tobii Dynavox event or not Parents and professionals are welcome!  No need to have attended a previous Core Tour event.  We are all in this together! What I will need on the day? Fully charged device (laptop, tablet, iPad, Tobii Dynavox device) and charger Snap + Core First (trial or full version) and Pathways for Core First installed You will need to have registered for a free MyTobiiDynavox account. If you don’t already have one go to wwww.mytobiidynavox.com to sign up. FAQs I went on the last Core Tour. Is this the same? No! We promise you will learn lots of new things. Especially how to take all the evidence-based practice we spoke about last time and put it into practice … but don’t worry if you haven’t been before. There will be a recap. I don’t have Snap + Core First or Pathways. Where do I get them? Request a 30 day speaking trial of Snap + Core First for Windows or iPads here: https://www.mytobiidynavox.com/Store/SnapCoreFirstTrial Get a free copy of Pathways for Windows or iPads here: https://www.tobiidynavox.com/en-GB/software/free-resources/pathways-for-core-first/ Will my laptop, tablet, iPad, Tobii Dynavox device run Snap + Core First and Pathways? Snap + Core First Windows requirements: Windows 10 version 14393.0 or higher Snap + Core First iOS requirements: iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPad Pathways Windows requirements: Windows 10 version 10586.0 or higher Pathways iOS requirements: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad I haven’t got a device, can I borrow one? Please email [email protected] to reserve a device (first come first served). What is a MyTobiiDynavox account and why do I need one? MyTobiiDynavox accounts are used to manage Tobii Dynavox software and hardware licence. This will the mechanism for us to issue free software via the Tobii Dynavox for Professional scheme.  Please make note of the email address you used to sign up for your MyTobiiDynavox account as this will be asked of you on the day. Where can I install the free Snap + Core First software I will be given? The free Snap + Core First license you will receive is via our Tobii Dynavox for Professionals scheme. You can install this license on any laptop, tablet, iPad, Tobii Dynavox device for the use of trialling and assessment. It should not be installed on an end user’s communication aid. Can my PA come along? Yes, please contact [email protected] to discuss your needs. Do I have to have experience with Tobii Dynavox products? No! Everyone is welcome. Can I pay by invoice rather than credit card? We would prefer if you could pay via Eventbrite but we know this isn’t possible for everyone. Please contact [email protected] who can help with payment.  What people say about our training. “Thoroughly enjoyed today's session. A great introduction I can't wait to get started!” “Very informative. As a newbie to AAC I am finding the world of AAC very daunting. You explained everything really simply and understandable.” “Excellent can’t wait to bring it to our school!!! Think we have found a wonderful learning tool!” “Very useful - practical, informative and has given me the confidence and drive to explore Snap + Core First, Core First Learning & Pathways tomorrow!” “Really interesting day, it's high time resources to support the implementation of AAC were accessible, so thank you for such a good day.” “Really useful learning day. Great to see how Snap + Core First can be used from emergent communicator level right through the independent” “Wow! What an amazing day! I don’t think anything could have been better!” “I’m absolutely blown away! So exciting and wish I’d known about all of this sooner!”  

Mar 02, 2019 12:30 PM

You can share this page's link: EventBrite.co.uk/e/54257257919 WARM & FRIENDLY MEET SOCIALLY AFTER 12:30 MASS No need to register nor book - JUST TURN UP! Catholic penance black coffee fasting support group Every 1st Saturday in every month. Friendly event with those wishing to support each other, with others who also TRIED drinking black coffee for a whole day, and TRIED abstaining from food (am sure God will acknowledge your efforts, even if you started but didn't quite manage to finish!) There are zillions of variations of penance fasting you can try, here are a few examples: ● From sundown, for a whole day, you can TRY swapping food with drinking black coffee WITHOUT milk nor sugar; ● As long as you haven't diverticulitis - and if your system can take it - drinking black coffee WITHOUT milk nor sugar AFTER eating linseeds - also known as flaxseeds - or HULLED sunflower seeds, i.e. washing seeds down with black coffee; ● Black coffee fasting for half a day, or 1.5 days; ● Breakfast & brunch black coffee fasting for several days; ● Black coffee fasting on a different, other than Friday. Please say, "Hello", and introduce yourself to each and everyone, when you arrive. New faces turn up every time. Friends gather SIDE of PLAZZA of Westminster Cathedral, between MacDonalds and bookshop, by CABBAGE picture (if still on wall), after our celebration at Saturday 12:30 Mass together, over a friendly drink - you can continue drinking black coffee or eat: WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/masses.php ● Sat 2 Mar (Bible Verses Yr C - Weekdays): LINK ● Sat 6 Apr (Bible Verses Yr C - Weekdays): LINK ● Fri 19 Apr: Good Friday Penance After Stations of the Cross Location meeting point: WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/find_us.php Station: Victoria INFORMATION ON PENANCE FASTING: Matthew 6:17 Vatican.va/archive/ENG0015/_P4B.HTM#96 RCDOW.org.uk/education/headteachers/friday-penance/ RCSouthwark.co.uk/friday-penance[1].pdf INFORMATION ON BLACK COFFEE: Health.Harvard.edu/press_releases/coffee_health_risk MedicalNewsToday.com/articles/270202.php INFORMATION ON LINSEEDS (ALSO KNOWN AS FLAXSEEDS) & SUNFLOWER: Linseed: MedicalNewsToday.com/articles/263405.php Linseed: NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4152533/ Sunflower: WHFoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=57 If you aren't a Catholic Christian - simply enter your local Catholic parish church and complete their RCIA course! (Your address must be inside the boundaries of that parish). Are you looking for an easy way to meet new people? Well look no further! It has never been so fun and easy to meet new Catholic Christians than after Mass. WE CANNOT PROVIDE A HOST, SO PLEASE WAIT 15 MINUTES AFTER MASS, AND LOOK OUT FOR ONE ANOTHER, AND TO DECIDE WHERE TO GO, POSSIBILITIES ARE: ● STEP FREE ACCESS: M&S Café 10 Cardinal Place, Cardinal Walk, SW1E 5JE Location and opening times: www.Accessable.co.uk/venues/marks-and-spencer-cardinal-place-victoria ● Pret A Manger 173 Victoria Street London SW1E 5NA Location and opening times: Pret.co.uk/en-gb/find-a-pret/sw1e%205na ● Caffè Nero 6 Wilcox Place, 105 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QL Location and opening times: CaffeNero.com/uk/en/stores/wilcox-place/ ● Other cafès around Victoria station YOU CAN TELL YOUR FELLOW PARISHIONERS ABOUT THIS GROUP, IF YOU LIKE! CATHOLICS UNDER 35 & STUDENTS VISIT: ● DOWYM.com/voices/10-awesome-things-young-catholic-westminster/ ● Turn up to (Updated: 17 May 2018): Young Adults Group STUDENTS VISIT: UniversityCatholic.net Facebook.com/southlondonuniversitiescatholicchaplaincies/ CatholicsAtUniversity.org.uk/universities-l-to-m/london-south/ CatholicsAtUniversity.org.uk FEEL FREE TO COPY AND MODIFY ANY TEXT TO ORGANISE MONTHLY EVENTS AROUND THE CORNER TO YOUR OWN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL, ELSEWHERE! (*AWAY FROM ALL CONSECRATED AREAS*) OTHER CATHOLIC & NON-CATHOLIC EVENTS: StGeorgesCathedral.org.uk/news/events.html RCDOW.org.uk/events/ WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/events.php CatholicHistoryWalks.com/forthcoming-walks indCatholicNews.com/news/122 indCatholicNews.com/news/17805 www.StFrancisRamblers.UKWalkers.com EventBrite.co.uk/d/united-kingdom--united-kingdom/cathol/

May 07, 2019 6:00 PM

Project Management: delivering high quality outcomes Project management is a key skill for delivering successful, quality outcomes on projects. This seminar will provide an overview of key project management principles and processes from the initiation of the project, through to completion and use. It will cover the phases, scope and capturing expectations, scheduling the programme and proactively managing risks and change. Critical elements such as communication and interacting with the team and individuals will also be covered and tools and techniques and useful documents for managing the project will be outlined. The seminar will provide awareness of key project management competencies linked to the APM Body of Knowledge with reference to Quality Management, the RIBA Quality Tracker and the Plan of Work. Learning outcomes will include: Increased understanding of projects, their lifecycle, processes, key terminology and the architect/project manager role Awareness of the key considerations in setting up projects to incorporate best practice processes to ensure the client brief/project scope, design and outcome are aligned Awareness of change control and risk management processes in order that change is adequately evaluated and managed; with risks including those relating to cost, approvals, safety etc. mitigated Principles of managing quality from the outset and tips to ensure this is not compromised Knowledge of key documents for managing projects and tailoring approach to the project scale and complexity Awareness of further project management learning needs and options Speakers Teri Okoro, TOCA Dr Teri Okoro is director of TOCA, a design and project management consultancy. Dual qualified as an architect and registered project professional, she is a fellow of both the RIBA and the APM. Teri was in the first cohort to obtain the RIBA Certificate in Project Management and has over twenty years’ experience of delivering complex residential, commercial and healthcare projects in the UK and abroad. She presents extensively on project management and project leadership internationally. Based on her architect/project manager and client/sponsor perspective, Teri believes that project management competencies are a core requirement for successful and quality project outcomes. Carol Bell, GB PartnershipsCarol Bell is an independent consultant, registered project professional, honorary fellow of the Association for Project Management and fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. An award winning project manager on the Eden Project, she specialises in delivering complex construction projects and has over twenty years’ experience in the education, healthcare, commercial, leisure and culture sectors. Her career includes principal and senior positions within contracting, consultancy and client organisations and she holds multiple qualifications in project, programme and portfolio management and construction safety. Carol specialises in project turnaround/recovery, is a risk management and value management facilitator and an assessor for APM professional standards.  Core Curriculum topics 1. Procurement and contracts 2. Business, clients and services 3. Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance Other booking options For more information on other seminars in Core CPD 2019, and Club Ticket booking, saving £168 per year, go to Core CPD 2019.  Terms and Conditions CPD Club Tickets are non-refundable. Cancellations are acceptable in writing up to 10 working days of the event, please contact [email protected] for cancellation requests. Substitutes are permitted at any time, please contact [email protected] for substitution requests. The RIBA accepts no responsibility for the views or opinions expressed by speakers or any other person at the event A photographer will cover this event and the images may be used to publicise future RIBA events. By accepting an invitation or purchasing a ticket you consent to being photographed, filmed or recorded as a visitor attending the event.  If the RIBA has to postpone or cancel the event the booker is entitled to a full refund of the ticket price only. On entry to the event you agree to accept and abide by any venue rules.  The RIBA reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder. The details you provide will be processed in line with the RIBA's GDPR obligations. For information on how we handle your personal data please see our Privacy Policy. Sponsored by:

Mar 16, 2019 7:00 PM

PLEASE CLICK ON CORRECT LINK - ONE FREE TICKET PER PERSON ST PATRICKS DAY @ MABELS BAR (Free Drink/Free Food) Dancing Event Details - On arrival tell the door staff that the reservation is booked under MEETUP we have reserved the DRAWING ROOM with its own private bar!! Our social event starts at 7pm and there is a welcome drink for everyone arriving before 8pm. Dress code is smart casual. The event is fully hosted so that, whether you come on your own or with friends, (Host) will make sure you settle in nicely and pleasantly. This event is fully hosted, and the organizers will be on site to introduce and greet newcomers and well as regulars to each other. This event is run in conjunction with other meetup groups and there organizers along with there own members so the number of rsvp are always higher then what you see on the list, we have been running & hosting events for 7yrs now and all our events are exclusive venues. Important Info - Please read: Mabel's Bar and Kitchen, (https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=+Covent+Garden+Market%2C+29-30+Maiden+Ln%2C+London+WC2E+7JS+%2C+London%2C+GB) Covent Garden Market, 29-30 Maiden Ln, London WC2E 7JS , London / How to find : Nearest Tube Station is Covent Garden or Charing Cross/ or Leicester Square walking distance from both stations.

Apr 18, 2019 6:30 PM

A one-woman show exploring the life of Charlotte Payne-Townshend. Charlotte was an Irish heiress as well as a suffrage supporter, philanthropist and Fabian. She met and married the famous playwright George Bernard Shaw when they were both in their early forties and the marriage lasted until her death. This hour-long show explores her life through her diary entries and letters as well as those of GB Shaw, Beatrice Webb, T.E. Lawrence and Mrs Patrick Campbell. This most unconventional of Irish love stories is underscored by Celtic harp and lasts just under an hour About the performers: ALEXIS LEIGHTON (Actress) trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly RSAMD), where she played among others, the title role in St Joan by George Bernard Shaw. She has appeared at The Citizens Theatre (She Stoops to Conquer, Little Red Riding Hood, Piaff); The Traverse (Burke and Hare), The Tron Theatre (Wallace, Troy) as well playing Elizabeth in Good for The Tron Theatre Company at The Kings Theatre, Edinburgh for the Edinburgh International Festival. Alexis played Elsie in Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth for Northampton Theatre Royal and performed her one-woman show Miss Margarida’s Way in theatres in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. Alexis played Lilly in Lilly and May at The Drill Hall and at The Kings Head, London. Alexis played the lead role Harriet in Key for Two performed at The English Speaking Theatre in Vienna.She played Mrs Banger in Press Cuttings by GBS for Michael Friend Productions at Pentameters in Hampstead. TV and film work include Taggart and Diagnosis for BBC Film HELEN TIERNEY (Musician) works in music education and community music with a special focus on dementia.An author of music resources for Rhinegold Education, she is also a co-founder of the arts engagement programme Music, Memories and Me and leads Ashford Place Community Choir  She has sung with the BBC Symphony chorus in over 22 Proms seasons, and has also performed at Glastonbury, the Royal Variety Performance and the Edinburgh Festival.

Mar 21, 2019 6:00 PM

A one-woman show exploring the life of Charlotte Payne-Townshend. Charlotte was an Irish heiress as well as a suffrage supporter, philanthropist and Fabian. She met and married the famous playwright George Bernard Shaw when they were both in their early forties and the marriage lasted until her death. This hour-long show explores her life through her diary entries and letters as well as those of GB Shaw, Beatrice Webb, T.E. Lawrence and Mrs Patrick Campbell. This most unconventional of Irish love stories is underscored by Celtic harp and lasts just under an hour About the performers: ALEXIS LEIGHTON (Actress) trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly RSAMD), where she played among others, the title role in St Joan by George Bernard Shaw. She has appeared at The Citizens Theatre (She Stoops to Conquer, Little Red Riding Hood, Piaff); The Traverse (Burke and Hare), The Tron Theatre (Wallace, Troy) as well playing Elizabeth in Good for The Tron Theatre Company at The Kings Theatre, Edinburgh for the Edinburgh International Festival. Alexis played Elsie in Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth for Northampton Theatre Royal and performed her one-woman show Miss Margarida’s Way in theatres in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. Alexis played Lilly in Lilly and May at The Drill Hall and at The Kings Head, London. Alexis played the lead role Harriet in Key for Two performed at The English Speaking Theatre in Vienna.She played Mrs Banger in Press Cuttings by GBS for Michael Friend Productions at Pentameters in Hampstead. TV and film work include Taggart and Diagnosis for BBC Film HELEN TIERNEY (Musician) works in music education and community music with a special focus on dementia.An author of music resources for Rhinegold Education, she is also a co-founder of the arts engagement programme Music, Memories and Me and leads Ashford Place Community Choir  She has sung with the BBC Symphony chorus in over 22 Proms seasons, and has also performed at Glastonbury, the Royal Variety Performance and the Edinburgh Festival.