Life Meets Tech
Inspired by the latest innovations and trends, summer at Regent’s Place is full of events exploring the future of humans and technology.
With plenty to spark your curiosity, from virtual reality worlds to drone racing, dancing robots to coding workshops, there’s lots to discover across the campus. Our Film Festival returns featuring a mix of classics, newer titles and family-friendly movies. Also on the Big Screen will be a range of summer sport, alongside our celebration of the Wimbledon Finals. Try new seasonal menus from our retailers, Black Sheep Coffee also join us as our new speciality coffee brand on campus.
Life Meets Tech will be bringing a huge selection of events to Regent’s Place so sign up for our newsletter or keep an eye on the What’s On section. Share your #LifeMeetsTech photos with us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @RegentsPlace.
Coding Workshops throughout June
Coding is a hot topic at the moment; Regent’s Place is providing lessons from the experts in fun and accessible sessions running over 4 weeks.
Retro Gaming on 14th June
It’s not just about futuristic technology this summer! Occupiers can spend a lunch break perfecting their Pac-man high score or challenging colleagues to a Mario Kart tournament.
Virtual Reality Challenges on 22nd June
A range of activities and competitions based on our Big Screen sporting schedule – games will include golf, cricket and tennis challenges.
Titan the Robot on 30th June
Performing on the Plaza over lunchtime, this famous robot appears at events worldwide and wows audiences with a unique show combining comedy, music and dance.
Film Festival 19th-29th July
Showings on our Big Screen mid-week for occupiers to enjoy after work, and family-friendly titles at the weekend.
Gigs in London 3rd-4th August
The campus will play host to two performances for Gigs in London; the capital’s biggest competition to find the next musical star.
Drone Racing Experience 17-19th August
An exclusive first-person view experience including professional racing demonstrations, simulators and a hands on area for occupiers to try the real thing.
A Guide to Computing Exhibition 5th-27th August
The light cubes return to Regent’s Place with a display from artist Docubyte on computing equipment through the ages