log in | register | forums


User accounts
Register new account
Forgot password
Forum stats
List of members
Search the forums

Advanced search
Recent discussions
- Prizes for Wakefield Show announced (News:)
- Heretic update from R-Comp (News:)
- Wakefield Show 2024 is next Saturday (News:)
- Git client updated to 0.07 (News:2)
- Archive Edition 27:1 reviewed (News:)
- Rougol April 2024 meeting on monday is Anniversary time (News:1)
- WROCC April 2024 meeting o...changes to our phone lines (News:1)
- April developer 'fireside' chat is on saturday night (News:)
- March 2024 News Summary (News:4)
- WROCC Newsletter Volume 41:11 reviewed (News:)
Related articles
- RISC OS South West Show 2005
- Wakey Wakey, it's show time again!
- Iconbar in update shocker!
- Wakefield 2003 - the preview
- Wakefield 2001 show report
- A6 A75
- RISC OS 2001 show
- Wakefield 2000 show report
- Wakefield 2006 show report
- Rounding Up February
Latest postings RSS Feeds
RSS 2.0 | 1.0 | 0.9
Atom 0.3
Misc RDF | CDF
View on Mastodon
Site Search
Article archives
The Icon Bar: News and features: Wakefield Show Theatre Programme

Wakefield Show Theatre Programme

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 08:13, 27/4/2005 | , , , , , , , , ,
show_madnessThe upcoming WROCC show is just around the corner on the weekend of the 21st and 22nd May 2005 at the usual venue of Thornes Park Athletics Stadium.

Chris Hughes has contacted us with details of the theatre which gives RISC OS companies a chance to showcase their plans to an audience as well as punters the chance to ask questions.

10:30 Castle - Castle Matters
11:30 Advantage 6 - Getting the Advantage
12:30 Icon Technology - Getting to Grips with EasiWriter & TechWriter
14:00 Martin Wuerthner - Grapical effects with Artworks 2
15:00 Peter Naulls - Unix Porting Project and the RISC OS Browser Issue
16:00 Qercus - Opportunities for the Future

10:50 Qercus - Opportunities for the Future
11:50 Advantage 6 - Getting the Advantage
12:50 Icon Technonlgy - Getting to Grips with EasiWriter & TechWriter
14:15 Castle - Castle Matters

All times are approximate and subject to change and each presentation is expected to last about 45 mins.

Advance tickets can still be ordered for this years event until 12th May either by post or using your credit card via the show website costing £5.

Link: Wakefield Show

  Wakefield Show Theatre Programme
  andrew (00:56 2/5/2005)
  Mart (21:41 2/5/2005)
    andrew (01:50 4/5/2005)
Andrew Message #93496, posted by andrew at 00:56, 2/5/2005
HandbagHandbag Boi
Posts: 3439
Eh up! The infamous Steve T. picture gets wheeled out - Wakefield fever is in the air!
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
Martin Wynn Message #93497, posted by Mart at 21:41, 2/5/2005, in reply to message #93496
Posts: 8
Well and here's me thinking that Chris Hughes looks very much like Steve Turnbull ;-) Not sure why I should think that given the article is all about Chris Hughes with not a mention of Steve ;-p
  ^[ Log in to reply ]
Andrew Message #93498, posted by andrew at 01:50, 4/5/2005, in reply to message #93497
HandbagHandbag Boi
Posts: 3439
Yes but who's that proclaiming victory behind Mr.T?
  ^[ Log in to reply ]

The Icon Bar: News and features: Wakefield Show Theatre Programme