Wakefield advance tickets on sale nowBy Chris Williams. Published: 4th Apr 2005, 02:30:55 | Permalink | Printable
Like Glastonbury but notAdvance tickets for the May Wakefield 2005 show are now on sale. You can order yours via snail mail or online with a credit card, and save a quid on the door entrance fee.
Wakefield organiser Chris Hughes said, "Don't miss the only two day UK RISC OS show of the year, we are told that there will be a number of launches at this year's event."
The show, which will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year, is being held on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd May at the usual venue of Thornes Park Athletics Stadium. The shindig is sponsored by APDL, Virtual Acorn, Stuart Tyrrell Developments, MW Software, Qercus, Spellings Computer Services, Richard Hallas and Crawford Printers. Several exhibitors new(ish) to Wakefield will be present at the show, including Paul Vigay's ISP, David "RiscCAD" Buck and X-Ample.
Wakefield show website - details and other fine print
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