Late night events, Books

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Graham Hunter & Sid Lowe

Two football writers give the inside track on La Liga.

Mitchell Library, Glasgow

Fri 24 Apr

£9 / 0141 287 2999

Part of Aye Write!.

Dive!

Eclectic underground queer party, blending spoken word, live music and comedy with a kaleidoscopic soundtrack and a filthy disco to finish.

Summerhall, Edinburgh

Fri 24 Apr

£12 (£10) / 0131 560 1581

Dive is back with a little help from London’s finest purveyors of decadent performance parties – Abattoir.
Expect the usual weirdo cabaret, live acts, art installations and dirty disco with a little extra blood and guts thrown in.
With your host, singer, video/live artist, compere and general weirdo Miss Annabel Sings.
Live performance from: London’s sordid pop superstar Krista Papista, rope/aerial from Torture Garden’s Skinnyredhead, drag superstars Miss Fedora Veronica Homburg and Alice Rabbit.
Music by Dive resident Modifier, Rufus&Bambi – expect House/Italo/Space/Deep/Acid/Electro/Techno/Tropical/Ambient.

All Change: Religion And Belief In Britain: Talk

Conway Hall Ethical Society presents a talk with Jeremy Rodell, co-founder and chair of SW London Humanists. Jeremy considers the changes in the UK's religion and belief landscape.

Conway Hall, London WC1R

Sun 26 Apr

£3 (£2)

Alpha Leadership Conference

Alpha International and HTB host two days of worship, ministry and teaching from inspirational leaders including Joyce Meyer, Father Raniero Cantalamessa and Robert Madu.

Royal Albert Hall, London SW7

Mon 4 May

Phone for availability / 020 7589 8212

Cloud World Forum

Cloud World Forum is EMEA's most trusted and well attended event for CIOs, senior IT decision makers, data architects, developers and the vendor community.

Olympia, London W14

Wed 24 Jun

£995 two day pass; £495 one day pass / 02073 851200

Thu 25 Jun

£995 two day pass; £495 one day pass / 02073 851200

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Derek Florey

Spooky storytelling featuring a reading of The Shadow by Edith Nesbit.

South Hill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell

Thu 21 May

£5 / 01344 484 123

Thu 4 Jun

£5 / 01344 484 123

How Wars Start

Slam champions and performance poets Fergus McGonigal and Heather Wastie go head-to-head to explore the nature of arguments.

Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

Fri 1 May

£8 (£5) / 01242 572573

Leo Houlding: Talk

The veteran climber and adventurer chronicles some of the highs and lows of his eighteen year career illustrated with stunning imagery and nail biting film clips.

Theatre By The Lake, Keswick

Thu 14 May

£10–£16.50 (Children £7–£13.50) / 01768 774411

Love Letters To The Home Office

True stories of people separated today by the UK's 2012 Family Immigration Rules, in an exploration of the real impact of immigration policies.

Battersea Arts Centre, London SW11

Thu 30 Apr

Donations welcome / 020 7223 2223

Fri 1 May

Donations welcome / 020 7223 2223

Matt Abbott is Skint and Demoralised

Matt Abbott Fusing witty anecdotes, kitchen sink realism and a sharp political bite, this is above all else accessible poetry from the Wakefield street poet. His tongue-in-cheek, self-deprecating humour provides a constant giggle throughout an otherwise refreshingly honest show. Sometimes bleak, sometimes poignant: one…

Sweet Grassmarket, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Aug

International 3

£8.50 (£6.50) / 0131 243 3596

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Tue 18 Aug

International 3

£8.50 (£6.50) / 0131 243 3596

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Wed 19 Aug

International 3

£8.50 (£6.50) / 0131 243 3596

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Mobile Security: 'Threats and Opportunities' - A Mobile News Event

A one day business-to-business conference featuring eight speakers from the industry.

30 Euston Way, London NW1

Thu 23 Apr

£95–£135

Purely Poetry Open Mic Night

Readers and writers present a variety of poetry styles and subjects in a laid back and supportive environment.

Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

Fri 1 May

£4 / 028 9024 2338

Fri 5 Jun

£4 / 028 9024 2338

Fri 3 Jul

£4 / 028 9024 2338

Ray Davies: Talk

The author discusses his book Americana.

Market Hall, Brecon

Fri 7 Aug

£37.50

Smart Data And Analytics For Retail Forum

Separate the value from the noise at the third annual Smart Data and Analytics for Retail Forum.

IQPC, London SW1V

Mon 27 Apr

Free / 020 7368 9300

Tue 28 Apr

Free / 020 7368 9300

Wed 29 Apr

Free / 020 7368 9300

Spitalfields Music Summer Festival: Poetry Reading

Eminent stage actor and director Michael Pennington presents a selection of English poetry inspired by The Sixteen's concert programme including works of John Donne, Christopher Fry and WH Auden.

Spitalfields, London E1

Wed 3 Jun

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Steve Birkinshaw And Joss Naylor: Talk

The fell runners talk about their Wainwrights runs, compare experiences and answer questions.

Theatre By The Lake, Keswick

Fri 15 May

£10–£16.50 (Children £7–£13.50) / 01768 774411

UNESCO City of Music: Rock Sessions

The Herald's Kate Molleson, author of Dear Green Sounds tells the story of Glasgow's greatest music venues. She is joined by Geoff Ellis of DF and Vic Galloway. With live music.

Mitchell Library, Glasgow

Fri 24 Apr

£9 / 0141 287 2999

Part of Aye Write!.

What Falls Apart: Meet The Team: Talk

Writer Torben Betts, director Max Roberts and the cast talk about the process of adapting the story from page to stage.

Live Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Thu 30 Apr

Free, ticketed / 0191 232 1232

Workshy

  • Written by: Katy Baird

Anecdotal and humorous meditations on work and labour that discusses people's approaches to work and what work means.

Battersea Arts Centre, London SW11

Mon 4 May

£12 (£9) / 020 7223 2223

  • 21:00 Workshy Battersea Arts Centre, London

Tue 5 May

£12 (£9) / 020 7223 2223

  • 21:00 Workshy Battersea Arts Centre, London

Wed 6 May

£12 (£9) / 020 7223 2223

  • 21:00 Workshy Battersea Arts Centre, London

YPS Cafe Scientifique

Discuss the latest techniques in modern technology.

City Screen Picturehouse, York

Wed 6 May

Free / 0871 902 5726

Wed 3 Jun

Free / 0871 902 5726

Wed 1 Jul

Free / 0871 902 5726