About the London Lectures
London Lectures are given twice on the same day, once at 3pm and once at 6pm Note: the 3pm matinees generally have more availability. The talks are exactly the same in the afternoon and evening.
A live webcast of the lecture is also available on the day. Details of how to view the webcast will be added to the event page on the day of the event.
Shortly following the event, the presentation from each lecture will be uploaded online. To view the presentations visit the London Lectures Past Meeting Resources.
Entry to the lectures is free to all, but places are allocated by a ballot. The ballot opens about a month before the lecture and is processed on a first come first served basis. There is no guarantee of a place but we will notify you approximately 2 weeks before the lecture as to whether you have been successful.
An email notification is sent out when the ballot opens. To join the mailing list email Registrations
How to Enter
Once the ballot opens for a lecture you can visit the Ballot Page on our website to complete the form or email Registrations stating the number of tickets required and the lecture you wish to attend - the 3pm or the 6pm.