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RISC OS London Show

Saturday 27th October 2018 - St Giles Hotel - Feltham

Saturday 27th October 2018
St Giles Hotel - Feltham, London

The venue   Main room

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

The RISC OS User Group Of London (ROUGOL) is pleased to be organising the RISC OS London Show again this year. There will be modern systems based on the Titanium, ARMX6 and Raspberry Pi, plus historic systems from Acorn's past. These will be showing the latest software developments and classic games.

If you are interested in exhibiting at the show or presenting in the theatre, contact us.


2018-10-25 - You wait years for a RISC OS laptop, then two come along! As well as CJE with the Pi-Top2, RComp have confirmed they will also be releasing a native ARM based laptop at the show.
2018-10-22 - RISC OS Open Ltd have announced that RISC OS is going to be fully Open Sourced! Don't miss their theatre talk for all the details.
2018-10-20 - Interesting laptop hints in this RISCOSitory show preview article, or is it just wishful thinking? Only one place to find out!
2018-10-10 - Following RISC OS Developments announcement that they have acquired the RISC OS IPR, this will be your first chance to hear the details and ask questions in their theatre presentation.
2018-10-05 - Grab a chance to play with one of the increasingly rare working BBC Domesday Systems.
2018-10-01 - First confirmed theatre presentations added.
2018-09-30 - Show preview article published on RISCOSitory.
2018-09-24 - More exhibitors added.
2018-09-06 - 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.
2017-11-22 - Next show date has been announced - Saturday 27th October 2018. Get it in your diaries now!
2017-11-12 - Links to photos and the videos of the 2017 show theatre talks are on the media page.

Charity Stand

Bring and buy unwanted items and help raise money. The stand can accept any Acorn/RISC OS related hardware or software, but not CRT monitors or x86 PCs. We're raising money for Combat Stress, a charity dedicated to providing mental health support to veterans. Any questons to