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DevOps Summit

Join 200+ Senior IT professionals at Computing's brand new conference, DevOps2015, and learn how to accelerate your own IT transformation, whilst avoiding the pitfalls suffered by others.

Hilton London Tower Bridge, SE1

Wed 8 Jul

£295 / 020 3002 4300

Dewch I Ganu Sessions For Welsh Learners: Discussion

A warm welcome to Welsh speakers and learners to join musician Delyth Jenkins and learn Welsh through song in a fun and informal way.

National Waterfront Museum, Swansea

Sat 2 May

Free / 02920 573600

Digital Health And Care Congress 2015

The Digital Health and Care Congress takes place in central London on 16-17 June 2015 and is a must-attend event for all those interested in how information and technology can improve patient care.

The King's Fund, London W1G

Tue 16 Jun

£200–£550

Wed 17 Jun

£200–£550

Digital Regulation Forum

THE JUNCKER DIGITAL REVOLUTION The World's Most Influential Regulatory Forum of the Telecommunications and Digital Community.

The May Fair Hotel, London W1J

Wed 29 Apr

£1599–£2399 / 020 7629 7777

Dissecting A Masterpiece: Gericault - The Raft Of The Medusa: Workshop

Investigate the context and creation of the painting with tutor Sarah Kelly.

Bristol Folk House

Sat 13 Jun

£15.15; £13.95 Over 60s / 0117 926 2987

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Dividing Up The Garden: Views Of Chiswick House: Talk

An informative talk with the Curator of Prints and Drawings, Rosie Razzall.

Buckingham Palace, London SW1A

Thu 11 Jun

The Queen's Gallery

Free, with exhibition ticket / 020 7766 7300

Doncaster Rovers Business Academy

Monthly Business networking event at the famous Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster.

Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster

Thu 20 Aug

£10–£30 / 01302 762576

Down County Museum, Downpatrick

Fri 12 Jun

Free / 028 4461 5218

Down The Rabbit Hole: Panel Discussion

American philosopher & author Berit Brogaard, UCL neuroscientist Karl Friston and closure theorist Hilary Lawson discuss perception and experience.

Globe at Hay, Hay-on-Wye

Sat 30 May

Hall

£10; £8 adv; £6 early bird / 01497 821762

Dr Gillian Sutherland: The Education Of Women: A 19th Century Revolution?: Lecture

One of a series of talk exploring the lives of influential Victorians and how they shaped modern Britain.

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London SE21

Tue 12 May

£10 (£9) / 020 8693 5254

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Dr Jan Piggott: Paxton and the People’s Palace on Sydenham Hill: Lecture

Lecturers discuss the work and lives of the influential Victorians and birth of modern Britain.

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London SE21

Tue 16 Jun

£10 (£9) / 020 8693 5254

Draw To Perform2 - Two-Day International Symposium For Drawing Performance

The Draw to Perform symposium is an exciting international art event that celebrates the unique discipline of live drawing performance. The upcoming Draw to Perform2 symposium will happen at NUM3ER, South London on Sat-Sun May 16th-17th, 2015.

Number3, London SE8

Sat 16 May

Sun 17 May

The Edinburgh Outlander Experience

Visit locations from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as visited by characters Claire and Jamie. Hear stories of the Jacobites, the Stuarts, witchcraft, clans and how the fictional story intermingles with history.

Mercat Cross, Edinburgh

Sat 2 May

£14 (£12)

Sat 9 May

£14 (£12)

Sat 16 May

£14 (£12)

…and 24 more dates until 31 Oct

Electrics For Renewables (Practical) Training Course

Organised by the EEC, held in London and aimed at individuals who want to learn about the electrics side of renewable energy systems. Includes practicals showing the use of test equipment to enhance installation and troubleshooting techniques.

University Of East London, University Square Stratford, E15

Tue 2 Jun

£474

Wed 3 Jun

£474

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Elif Shafak: The Architect's Apprentice

Author Elif Shafak discusses her latest novel, The Architect's Apprentice, which is set in 16th century Istanbul.

The Salberg Studio, Salisbury

Thu 4 Jun

£8

Part of Salisbury Festival.

Elif Shafak - The Architect's Apprentice

The hugely successful Turkish author discusses her period drama, set in Istanbul.

Salisbury Playhouse

Thu 4 Jun

£8 / 01722 320333

The EMBO Meeting 2015

The EMBO Meeting is an annual event held in Europe to promote the life sciences and the exchange of scientific results.

The International Convention Centre, Birmingham

Sat 5 Sep

£500

Sun 6 Sep

£500

Mon 7 Sep

£500

Tue 8 Sep

£500

Emerging Markets HR Summit

The Summit is aimed at global HR leaders from mature, as well as emerging economies. Emerging Markets HR Summit will focus on the new trends in emerging markets.

The Bentley Hotel London, SW7

Wed 11 Nov

£2499; £1290 Two Day Summit; £790 Masterclass

Thu 12 Nov

£2499; £1290 Two Day Summit; £790 Masterclass

Fri 13 Nov

£2499; £1290 Two Day Summit; £790 Masterclass

The Emerging Translators' Network Translation Clinic

Gain advice from experts about how to get involved in the world of literary translation.

The British Library, London NW1

Wed 13 May

Entrance Hall

Free / 0843 208 1144

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The Engineer Design and Innovation Show

A conference and networking event for design engineers, with products and prototypes on show.

NEC, Birmingham

Tue 2 Jun

Free / 0121 780 4141

Wed 3 Jun

Free / 0121 780 4141

Thu 4 Jun

Free / 0121 780 4141

Enterprise Apps World

A conference offering information aimed to help you solve the challenges and issues facing your business.

Olympia, London W14

Wed 24 Jun

£149–£895 / 02073 851200

Thu 25 Jun

£149–£895 / 02073 851200

The Enterprise Mobility Summit

Join 200+ Senior IT professionals at the Enterprise Mobility Summit 2015, and delve deeper into how and why your business should integrate a mobility strategy.

Hilton London Tower Bridge, SE1

Wed 10 Jun

£295 / 020 3002 4300

Frenchay Campus, University of The West of England, Bristol

Wed 20 May

Room 2b025, Frenchay Campus

Free / 0117 965 6261

An Etruscan Affair: The Impact Of Early Etruscan Discoveries On European Culture: Conference

This two-day conference considers how rich and exciting Etruscan discoveries in Tuscany, Lazio and Umbria inspired artists, architects, scholars and some of the earliest tourists.

British Museum, London WC1B

Fri 29 May

£70 ( £35) / 020 7323 8181

Sat 30 May

£70 ( £35) / 020 7323 8181

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