RSA AGM 2023: Regional watch parties - RSA

RSA AGM 2023: regional watch parties

Fellowship events

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Various regional locations

  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

Join local Fellows in your area to network and watch the AGM together, as we showcase the achievements and impact of the RSA’s Fellows and staff throughout the past year and share opportunities for you to contribute to our Design for Life mission.

During the event, we’ll hear from CEO Andy Haldane and RSA Chair Tim Eyles, as well as Line Kristensen, Director of Fellowship, and Kim Bohling, Director of Research and Learning. Andy will be answering questions from Fellows and your Area Managers or Fellowship Councillors will be on hand to share updates from across your region. Following the livestream, there will be space to network and share impact stories from the projects you’ve been working on.

Check out the watch parties happening in your area and book your ticket to avoid disappointment. 


RSA North: Liverpool

Watch the RSA AGM 2023 with RSA North Fellows and Area Manager Patrick Hurley in Liverpool.

Date and time: Thursday 19 October, 6.00-10.00pm BST

Venue: Ropes and Twines, 70 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4HR



RSA North: Newcastle

Watch the RSA AGM 2023 with RSA North Fellows.

Date and time: Thursday 19 October, 5.30-8.00pm BST

Venue: Rye Hill House, Newcastle College, Newcastle, NE4 7SA



RSA South West: Plymouth

Join RSA South West Fellows and Fellowship Councillor Robin Tatam in Plymouth.

Date and time: Thursday 19 October, 6.00-8.00pm BST

Venue: The Market Hall, Duke St, Devonport, Plymouth PL1 4PS



RSA South East: Oxford

Watch the RSA AGM 2023 with RSA South East Fellows and Area Manager Jessica McMorrow in Oxford.

Date and time: Thursday 19 October, 6.00-8.15pm BST (doors open from 5.30pm)

Venue: Room 1, Thatcher Business Education Centre, Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP



RSA Scotland: Glasgow

Join RSA Scotland Fellows and Area Manager Amy McInulty in Glasgow.

Date and time: Thursday 19 October, 6.00-7.30pm BST (doors open from 5.30pm)

Venue: The Lantern, Hamish Wood Building, Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow G4 0BA


Taking part in RSA in-person events

To participate in this event, you will need to register for a ticket for capacity purposes. We encourage all attendees who are ill or showing symptoms of illness to stay home and cancel their tickets if they are no longer able to join us.

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