This year’s London Show is due to take place on Saturday the 29th of October, at the usual location of the St. Giles Hotel in Feltham. The show runs from 11 AM to 5 PM, with tickets being £5 at the door (and under-16’s free). Exhibitors this year are set to include:
- 3rd Event Technologies, with the AMCS Music Creation system
- ABug, the Acorn and BBC Micro User Group
- AMCOG Games, who have a new Lemmings-inspired game to show off along with their existing titles
- Archive Magazine
- Basalt and Float from Steve Drain
- BBC Media Preservation, showcasing the machines that used to generate many of the graphics and titles for UK TV in the 90s
- BeebOPL Synthesiser, the hardware addon that gives your Beeb the audio power of early SoundBlaster cards
- CJE and The Fourth Dimension with plenty of RISC OS hardware and software for sale
- Drag ‘n Drop magazine
- The latest beta of Impression X
- Orpheus Internet
- R-Comp, who will also have plenty of RISC OS hardware and software for sale
- RISC OS Bits, offering spares and oddities for the discerning RISC OS user
- Riscy Robots powered by the Raspberry Pi
- RISC OS Open Ltd, who may or may not have something new to see
- ROUGOL who are contractually obliged to turn up because this is their show
- Sine Nomine Software
- Soft Rock Software
- Steve Fryatt and his software
- Tricky Gaming for old and new fans of old and new games on the BBC Micro
- And of course the charity stand, who will be raising money for Combat Stress.
The theatre schedule is yet to be finalised, but presentations are expected to include CJE, R-Comp, ROOL, Sine Nomine Software, and newcomer Ident Computer who are showing off their BBC Micro inspired Raspberry Pi keyboard/case (although if BBC Micro keyboard nostalgia is your thing, there’s only really one winner).
For up-to-the-minute show news, remember to check out the show website.