Three receptions will be held during the conference, one on the first evening following the opening keynote on Wednesday 7 July, the second on the evening of Friday 9 July, and the third preceding the Conference Dinner on Saturday 10 July.
This reception will follow the opening keynote presentation, and will take place in the Great Hall at King's College London.
It will be followed by an informal 'Fleet Street and South Bank' walk, led by Harold Short.
This reception will follow the day's conference proceedings, and will take place at the Barbican Centre, so time will be allowed to enable delegates to make the journey - by underground, bus or even walking(!). The reception will be held in the amazing Conservatory, a tropical garden completely unexpected in the City of London, better known for its stock exchanges and other financial institutions.
The event will be jointly hosted by King's College London and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, which is based next door to the Barbican Centre, and will feature a mixed reality artistic performance by Guildhall students.
The reception will be followed by an informal 'City of London' walk, led by Harold Short.
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