Jun 29, 2019 10:00 AM

Due to the overwhelming success of the Blood on the Clocktower demonstration at Cakes and Ladders, the team is back to play again the new party game of social deduction and bluffing that has taken Kickstarter by storm! Blood on the Clocktower is an exciting new bluffing game enjoyed by 5 to 20 players on opposing teams of Good and Evil, overseen by a Storyteller player who conducts the action and makes crucial decisions. During a 'day' phase players socialise openly and whisper privately to gather information or spread lies, culminating in a player's execution if a majority suspects them of being Evil. Of a 'night' time, players close their eyes and are woken one at a time by the Storyteller to gather information, spread mischief, or kill. Players must use all their powers of deduction and deception to survive this game of murder and mystery. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Games will be run by a member of the Blood on the Clocktower team and are suitable for up to 20 players per two hour time slot. We will be releasing 15 tickets per two hour slot, with 5 tickets available for walk ins - we recommend booking your ticket ahead  to guarantee your place and avoid disappointment! You may be able to play several games during the event, depending how quickly you all kill each other! The cost of entry will be our usual £3 cover charge plus VAT and eventbrite fees (which will also cover you to play any other board games that day). Please be aware that the nature of the game itself has no strict time scale, but please arrive early to ensure your place! The team will endeavour to finish each round by the next time slot but there may be some waiting between time slots. The event will take place under a marquee outside - hopefully weather will be good but please bring clothes for being outdoors in case it is windy! Unique Features: - All players are in it for the entire game, staying on as influential ghosts even if their characters die! In Blood on the Clocktower, death is not the end. - If you arrive late to a game, you can enter after it's started as a powerful Traveller character with unusual talents. - Over 200 individual characters across seven planned editions, each with their own special ability. No two players in a game are ever the same character and no two games are ever alike! - Drunkenness, madness, and the odd poisoning are all rife in Ravenswood Bluff. These unique features mean you can never trust anyone completely, not even yourself. - The most dynamic moderator role of any bluffing game. The fabled Storyteller decides how to help, hinder, or mislead each team to craft a unique experience each time.

Jun 30, 2019 11:00 AM

We’ve all heard of Merlin, legendary wizard and advisor to King Arthur. We know him from the pages of our books and stories passed down for generations. But what if he wasn’t just legend? Strange things have been happening around Southwark, a lost old man, odd signs, whispers of a dark and ancient foe. Some think it’s just a change in the weather, but there are secrets in the old stones of London… This Spring, team up with family and friends to solve puzzles, collect items, explore Southwark and help defeat the horror that threatens us all. For more information about our immersive games and the work we do, please visit our website or find us on Twitter @KomorabiGames to get in touch. These games are being played in aid of Glass Door Homeless Charity. Part of the challenge will be to collect a series of items to donate to the charity that will be distributed to their service users. You can find more information about them at their website: https://www.glassdoor.org.uk/ We are always happy to hear from charities or organisations that might want to partner with us and our immersive games. Please get in touch via our website. FAQs Are there any restrictions or requirements for attending the event? You must be 10+ and have a reasonable level of fitness, as you are likely to be walking for 2-3 hours outside. There may also be some light jogging involved if you come close to one of the enemies. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. How long is the event? The event takes roughly 1.5-2.5h depending on how quick you are. Everyone will meet at a final point for drinks afternward. What do I bring into the event? A fully charged phone and clothes suitable for the weather. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Feel free to contact us on any of the social media channels or at [email protected] Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No. Just your phone. Let's save some trees :) What's the refund policy? We can refund your ticket up to 7 days before the event. After that we are able to exchange your ticket to a later date for up to 2 days before the event. Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes. Just let us know via email.

Jun 25, 2019 4:00 PM

Join us for the launch of the Post-Industrial Forum, a unique global community for leaders driving the post-industrial transition. Decode the Disruption. 
Build the Future. The rapid progress of technologies such as machine learning, intelligent agents, robotics, drones, autonomous vehicles, distributed ledgers, and additive manufacturing is resulting in dramatic structural changes in all industries. For the first time in the history of the human species, we have exponential technology development coupled with massive decentralization. We are now seeing the beginning of a post-industrial civilization. This goes beyond “digital,"it is change on an anthropological level.  (For more background, see this white paper.) Brought to you by the Post-Lean Institute in collaboration with industry partners, the Post-Industrial Forum is a unique global community for leaders driving the post-industrial transition. We will bring together executives, investors, policymakers, and technologists, connect the dots, and collaborate to build an exciting and prosperous future. Who should attend? Corporate leaders Investors (GPs and LPs in private equity) Policymakers and policy advisors Agenda 16:00 Networking, refreshments 17:00 The Post-Industrial Transition:
 Rethinking Business & Society Frode L. Odegard
 CEO, Post-Lean Institute 17:45 Panel Discussion, audience Q&A Pete Swabey (moderator)Editorial director, EMEA. Thought LeadershipThe Economist Intelligence Unit Toby LewisCEO, Novum InsightsCo-Founder, Global Corporate Venturing Helen Disney Founder and CEO, UnblockedEventsFounding Partner, Dots Ventures Alan Grogan, Executive PartnerData, Platforms, Analytics, IoT, AI and Cognitive IBM Global Business Services (GBS) Dr. Suran Goonatilake OBEVisiting Professor, Computer ScienceUniversity College London (UCL) 
18:15 The Post-Industrial Forum: Accelerating the Transition Frode L. Odegard
 CEO, Post-Lean Institute 19:00 Networking and refreshments 20:00 Close Speakers Frode OdegardChairman and CEO, Post-Lean Institute Frode is a thought leader in next-generation, post-industrial management science. His major focus is on how corporates, investors and policymakers can best navigate humanity’s transition to a post-industrial civilization and economy. A serial entrepreneur since his high school years, Frode’s multi-disciplinary background stretches from theoretical computer science to the boardroom. He has a deep background in organizational design and a passion for history, linguistics, disruptive technologies, and philosophy. When not at work on post-industrial management tools, he can be found in the dojo practicing traditional Iwama style Aikido. Pete Swabey (moderator)Editorial director, EMEA, Thought LeadershipThe Economist Intelligence Unit Pete is the editorial director at The Economist Intelligence Unit's thought leadership division in EMEA. He specialises in technology and has managed research projects on topics including digital transformation, the hyperconnected economy, the future of work and the evolution of marketing. He has presented this research at a range of conferences and has moderated discussions at a number of The Economist Group's own events. Before joining The Economist Group in October 2013, Pete was editor of enterprise IT magazine and website Information Age and head of technology research for business-to-business publisher Vitesse Media. Toby Lewis, CEO, Novum InsightsCo-Founder, Global Corporate Venturing Toby Lewis, innovation monitoring company Novum Insights’ founder and CEO, is a highly energetic serial entrepreneur and prolific analyst, straddling the worlds of tokens, technology startups, venture capital and data science. He was one of the co-founders of analyst group Global Corporate Venturing, where he led the analytics team. Lewis has written regularly for the Wall Street Journal and spoken at numerous international technology conferences including during the World Economic Forum. Helen DisneyFounding Partner, Dots VenturesFounder and CEO, UnblockedEvents Helen Disney is Founder and CEO of Unblocked, a hub for Blockchain events, education and information and a Founding Partner of Dots Ventures. She was listed in Innovate Finance’s 2016 Women in Fintech Powerlist and has been referred to by Barclays as a “Blockchain guru”. She is also a member of techUK’s DLT working group and co-founder of the British Blockchain and Frontier Technologies Association (BBFTA). Previously, she set up a global platform for news, networking and conferences about Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers and worked on educational outreach at the Bitcoin Foundation. Prior to moving into fintech, she set up and ran a European network of 120 public policy think tanks for 15 years and has been regularly featured in the media including being a former editorial writer for The Times. Alan GroganExecutive Partner | CBDS Service Line LeaderData, Platforms, Analytics, IoT, AI and Cognitive IBM Global Business Services (GBS) Alan leads the area of IBM that helps his clients embed every client function, decision and process with Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and IoT. He has over 15 years of data and analytics expertise working at the forefront of the Big Data and Analytics industry during which he has helped countless companies and government bodies transform and even reinvent their approaches around data. His achievements have seen his work covered in many prestigious publications including The Financial Times, CMO.com, TechUK and i-CIO.com. He is currently ranked in the Top 100 list of Data Leaders in the UK and is a regular market and industry commentator to market analysts. Dr. Suran Goonatilake OBEVisiting Professor, Computer ScienceUniversity College London (UCL) Suran is the co-founder of several deep-tech companies. He did his Phd in machine learning at UCL and along with fellow students co-founded Searchspace, a company that detects ‘unusual patterns’ in financial transactions (e.g. insider-dealing), which was acquired by Warburg Pincus. He is the co-editor of two books, ‘Intelligent Systems for Finance and Business’ and ‘Intelligent Hybrid Systems’. He also co-founded the Centre for Fashion Enterprise, an initiative that finances and nurtures luxury fashion designers in London, and has produced feature films and several television series. Suran has been featured in Ad Age’s Creativity 50 and was made an officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2005.

Jun 29, 2019 9:30 AM

Use the Divine Message of the Sikh Gurus as a framework for your spiritual journey to meet God and as support in your day-to-day life!

Jun 23, 2019 9:00 AM

Round: WRS WA70m (recurve)/ WA50m (compound) and H2H matches Judge in charge: Steve Vallis Entry: £15 for members of Oxfordshire affiliated clubs; £20 for non-Oxfordshire entries.  PLEASE NOTE that this is the official RECURVE and COMPOUND Senior County Championships. A seperate official outdoor championship tournament will be held for juniors, novices, and unsighted bowstyles in September 2019 at Wallingford.  Kindly hosted by Oxford Archers at Oxford RFC . This tournament is limited to 20 targets and will be opened to county entrants in advance of guests. All entrants must be members of Archery GB or a World Archery Member Association. Juniors are permitted to enter, but will be entered into the senior category; no seperate junior awards will be made. Championship awards will only be made to those affiliated to the county of Oxfordshire; these will be either presented according to ranking round (in the event of guest entries to the matchplay), or according to matchplay results (should there be no guest entries to the matchplay). Archers are obliged to inform the organiser at the end of the ranking round if they do not wish to proceed to matchplay.  Under the provisions within the Archery GB Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy, those who wish to take photographs at this event are to register the Tournament Organiser on arrival. Whilst every effort will be made to ensure that unauthorised photography does not take place; Archery GB, the Tournament Organiser and working party cannot be held responsible for breaches of this code. We therefore request that you report any unauthorised photography to the Tournament Organiser. Official photographers will be present. Refreshments: light refreshments (snacks, cake) and hot/cold drinks will be available for purchase - please use the honesty box provided. There will be no hot food. Please bring your own mug to reduce waste. There will be a bring and share bbq after the event which all archers are welcome to join - please bring something to share! Bosses: Danage or Tenzone layered foam. Disclaimer: Neither COAS, Oxford Archers nor Oxford RFC can accept liability for loss or damage to person or equipment, however caused. Data protection notice: Your entry information may be collected and shared with tournament organisers, scoring systems and other competitors; for example in published target lists and results. Collected information includes First Name, Surname, Gender, Bow style, Date of Birth / Age category, ArcheryGB number, Email, Address, Club (and ID), County (and ID), Region (and ID), and disability information. By entering this tournament you confirm that this information may be so used for the purposes of publicising the event and the results thereof, and for meeting the requirements of the record status granted to it.  

Jun 30, 2019 3:00 PM

JIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL IS A SOUTHERN AFRICAN ORIENTED MUSICAL FESTIVAL. We showcase the very best talented musicians from the Southern African region but also incooparating other musician's from around the world. This year we are Hosting, one of the greatest Female musicians from the Motherland Zimbabwe BUSI NCUBE alongside TREVOR DONGO, TAMY MOYO, GARRY MAPANZURE and TDK MACASSETTE from DURBAN SOUTH AFRICA.  SUPPORTED BY  KAZZ, CHARLIE KAY, NOMMIE, HARDWEST and TEHILLAH who are based here in the UK. This event is a three Day Event that will start in Leeds on the 28th of June followed by a Leicester show then finally in London. Bringing you the real True Festival Feel from one CITY to the next CITY. IN LEEDS WE ARE HOSTING A NIGHT CONCERT   IN LEICESTER WE ARE HOSTING A NIGHT CONCERT IN LONDON ITS A INDOOR AND OUTDOOR FAMILY EVENT WE STRONGLY ADVISE ALL PATRONS TO BUY THEIR TICKETS IN ADDVANCE  TICKETS HOT LINES : 07540084626 OR 07480395465 

Jul 03, 2019 7:00 PM

Join us Wednesday 3rd July at 7pm in Arena Square, Wembley Park, for a completely FREE open-air screening of Movies, Memories, Magic in Wembley Park.  *Please note: limited deckchair seating is available, early arrival recommended. An event registration does not guarantee a deckchair reservation. Deckchair seating is on a first come, first served basis. Additional seating will be available on Arena Square.* Before the screening Get warmed up with nostalgic British-Indian hit music prior to the screening, and starting from 7pm, don't miss an insightful Q&A in partnership with Tongues on Fire cinema. Hear first hand from a panel of the film's cast, and director Dr. Ashvin Immanuel Devasundaram, who will introduce the screening.   About Movies, Memories, Magic Movies, Memories, Magic celebrates the hybrid cinematic and cultural heritage sculpted by London’s South Asian communities across time and space. Cinema has served as a vital bridge between cultures and countries, for South Asians in Britain. This documentary is the result of a year-long Heritage-supported South Asian heritage project – Memories Through Cinema, led by the UK Asian Film Festival (UKAFF) in collaboration with Queen Mary, University of London. The film paints a vibrant picture of how iconic South Asian films such as Mother India (1957) and Sholay (1975) screened in renowned cinema halls in London, from the winding alleyways of Brick Lane to the bustling streets of Wembley and Southall. The project received a Queen Mary University Community Engagement Award in November 2018. PLEASE NOTE: An Eventbrite confirmation does not entitle you to a reserved seat, seating is first come, first served basis. FAQ's Is this event ticketed? No, the event is absolutely free! There will be limited deckchair seating available, with plenty of other great viewing points in Arena Square. Please make sure you arrive early if you want to secure a deck chair seat, as these are usually quite popular.  Can I pre-book a ticket? No need to print anything! Registration allows you to stay up to date leading up to the event. There will be no allocated tickets for this event.  Where are the screenings? Summer on Screen is located in Arena Square in Wembley Park, directly adjacent to The SSE Arena, Wembley. How can I get to Wembley Park? Wembley Park is easy to reach from central London with three tube lines and an overland line. The Jubilee Line offers access to Bond Street in 19 minutes from Wembley Park Station. The Metropolitan Line has fewer stops to reach Wembley Park Station, and many people swap onto it at Baker Street or Finchley Road. The journey time from Baker Street to Wembley Park Station is 12 minutes. The Bakerloo Underground Line is accessed from Wembley Central Station, offering access to Paddington, Charing Cross and Waterloo. The London Overground Line also runs from Wembley Central Station and gets you to Clapham Junction in 22 minutes. By car Wembley Park has over 3,000 secure car parking spaces. Wembley Park’s official marshalled car parks are all close to Wembley Park’s iconic venues. The nearest car park to the SSE Arena Wembley is the Gold Car park. Is parking available?  Yes, we have three car parks available (Yellow Car Park, Red Car Park, and Gold Car Park). Please note that event day rates may apply. Please check wembleyofficialparking.com ahead of your visit for rates.   Will there be seating available? Yes, deckchairs and cushions are available, though there is no reservation as seating is first come first served. Will there be food and drinks available? Yes we will have a great selection of food/drinks on Arena Square, not to mention Boxpark Wembley and London Designer Outlet just around the corner. Are these screenings family friendly? Yes, all outdoor screenings at Wembley Park are suitable for all ages – bring your nan! What about the famous London rain?  Unless in case of extreme weather, screenings will be rain or shine, so pack an umbrella! Please check our twitter @wembleypark for on the day updates. 

Jun 29, 2019 10:00 AM

The outdoor classroom presents a wide range of options to enhance learning and increase pupil's 'science capital'. But where can you go?  The website for the Royal Museums Greenwich (https://www.rmg.co.uk/) tells us that it is 'a top-10 UK visitor attraction' and 'home to the Royal Observatory Greenwich [where we are able to] see where time begins'. Exciting stuff, but have you ever thought about linking up with the RMG to enhance pupil learning of science topics? As well as exploring a couple of the galleries, our morning visit will provide the opportunity to talk to colleagues from the RMG to explain how they can support pupil learning in your classroom and in the outdoor classroom. Following a short business meeting you may also wish to attend a show at the planatarium (at 12.30), tickets are now available. The full programme is shown below: 10:00 Arrival and greeting by a colleague from the Royal Observatory. Programme for the morning and a chance to network. 10.15.10.45 An opportunity to have a look around the astronomy centre galleries. 10:50 – 11:30 Annual business meeting. 11:40 – 12:20  Led by one of our colleagues from the museum, this CPD session will highlight the learning opportunities the Royal Observatory can offer teachers. The session will finish in plenty of time to allow you to get to the planetarium for the show if you have chosen to book one. 12:30 to 1:00 Planetarium show. - There is a minimal charge for this and tickets are available here 1:00 End of visit We hope that you will be able to join us for a morning of celestial professional learning. If you want to bring family, then you will need to organise tickets for them separately as the reduced entrance is for teachers attending the event. Royal Museums Greenwich | UNESCO World Heritage Site In London | - National Maritime Museum www.rmg.co.uk A top-10 visitor attraction in London, Royal Museums Greenwich is home to GMT and the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House art gallery. All our attractions are located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We are able to offer this as a free event to members due to the generosity of the observatory in providing the venue and the organisers/presenters for donating their time. The fee for non members will cover their refreshments.  Please support ASE to provide these events and gain all the other benefits of membership for yourself by joining at: https://www.ase.org.uk/membership/membership-category/ For any questions please contact your Field Officer: [email protected]

Jun 22, 2019 11:00 AM

BRIEF HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF ABULA BALL GAME    The game is played in a court of 16m x 8m over a high net of 2.44m from the turf. It is a four aside game with four substitutes allowed on each side, substituting only twice in a set. There are 13 major rules and regulations guiding the game. It is a very popular in schools, clubs and national competitions. It received IOC patronage in 1994 through Sport for All and the Nigeria Olympic Committee.   It is now a regular medal scoring event at the Biennial National Sports Festival in Nigeria scoring 3 gold,3 silver and 3 bronze medals in male, female and mixed doubles categories as recorded at IMO 98,BAUCHI 2000 and EDO 2002.It is recognized by the Nigerian School Sports Federation and NUGA(Nigerian University Games Association) for championship tournaments.  The Federal Ministry of Education has also recognized Abula for the school curriculum in Primary and Secondary schools in Nigeria (2001) Abula was built to be in Montreal Canada at the 4th World Festival of Traditional Sports in 2004.The game was invented in 1984 by Elias Yusuf, basing his invention (of the game) on principle of balanced diet called Abula which has being in existence as old as the civilization of the yorubas in south west of Nigeria.  Jed (coached and trained by the founder above) is a co-pioneer, player and coach of this game for the past 28 years in Nigeria and some African Countries i have come to introduce to Londoners and UK as a whole as 2 courts have been approved for her establishment in Croydon Borough.  We will be training once in a week @ UpperNorwood Recreation Park, Every Saturday from 11am to 2pm tentative untill we agree to a suitable time and venue as Abula Ball Game can be both played indoors and outdoors.Male, female and mixed. Please dress warmly to enjoy the game as we shall be playing outdoor till indoor venue is sourced and agreed.We are looking for players to represnt UK in the next World Festival Of Games in Lisbon, Portugal 2020 by God's grace and to play various Natioal and International competitions.

Jul 01, 2019 10:00 AM

WEDDING PLANNING COURSE DETAILS Course Name: Certificate in Wedding Planning Course Start Date: Monday 1 July 2019Course Duration: 5 days (Monday to Friday)Course Hours: 10am - 4pmCourse Venue: Venues at ExCeL London, Royal Docks, E16 1XLCertificate: Certificate in Wedding PlanningAwarded By: The Event School London More Details: https://www.eventschool.london/wedding-planning-courses COURSE SUMMARY The Wedding & Event Industries Industry working conditions and work ethics Aptitude for wedding & event planning Developing and updating knowledge and skills Services provided by a wedding & event planner The Wedding Order of the day Traditions and etiquette Inspiration advice Trends in the wedding & event industry Wedding & Event Planning Skills Developing and monitoring wedding budgets Wedding & event planning tools - technology, timelines and checklists Managing guest lists, seating plans, invitations and RSVPs Participating in, and conducting, tastings Planning the ceremony Planning the reception Wedding day scheduling Contingency planning Wedding and event planner responsibilities: Pre-wedding day activities Wedding day activites Post wedding activites Coordinating Wedding & Event Venues Venue selection criteria Conducting research Attending venue viewings Conducting venue viewings Room and table lay-outs Outdoor locations Coordinating Wedding & Event Services Catering Wedding cakes Music and entertainment Florists Designers and decor Photographers and videographers Cars and transport Accommodation Bridal party wear Production Jewellery Hair and make-up Selling Skills Building a client profile Selling techniques Relationship Management Effective communication Establishing boundaries Working with clients Approaches to resolving conflict Working in the Industry CVs How to apply for work Starting your Business Working for yourself Start-up advice Managing your business Branding and Promotions Use of social media Branding How to promote yourself Advertsing Your website HIGHLIGHTS Expert tuition from leading UK Wedding Coordinator, Siobhan Craven-Robins Site visits - learn from Industry within Industry.  Build your wedding industry network  Small groups with strictly limited numbers offer an exclusive and unique experience to train with one of the UK's leading Wedding Coordinators, and provides you with an essential competitive edge in the wedding industry. Training Centre ideally placed within one of Europe's premier event venues Our Wedding Planning course leader, Siobhan Craven-Robins  is London’s Premier Wedding Coordinator. Siobhan has been arranging stylish, elegant and beautiful weddings since 1996 when she established the first dedicated wedding planning business in the UK. Siobhan's beautiful weddings have featured in Hello, OK! and many bridal magazines around the world. Her famous clients include Joan Collins, Barbara Windsor, Greg Kinnear, Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck, Des O’Connor and Ronni Ancona. Siobhan was GMTV’s resident wedding expert featuring on the show for the Interactive wedding  and she is a Founder of the National Association of Wedding Professionals. We are delighted to have Siobhan leading on our Wedding Planning Courses, and wedding planing training with The Event School London LEARN MOREwb: https://www.eventschool.london/wedding-planning-coursesem: [email protected]: 0203 239 0950 save: Subscribe to our updates and receive a 10% Fee Saver Promo Code           (valid when you book directly on our website)