Episode 4: Airborne Transmission and Crowd Safety

Recently, a group of scientists published an open letter (Morawska and Milton, 2020) urging governments and organisations to consider that airborne transmission of the COVID-19/SARS-COV-2 virus may be more impactful than surface transmission. In this letter they suggested the following low cost and effective measures to reduce the risk of …

Episode 1. Can the past indicate our future? 1918 Spanish flu and theatres in the US

With the news that events in Germany have been cancelled until at least October 2020 and events with capacities over 5000 are banned in Ireland until the end of August, industry professionals are looking to each other and news articles to find some indication of how our industry will be …

Trafalgar Square turns into a giant shamrock for St. Patrick’s Day

On Wednesday 13th March we did something exciting. I had this crazy idea to create a giant human shamrock in central London to celebrate London Irish relationships, inclusivity, community and to do something fun ahead of St. Patrick’s Day. We invited 200 people from all over London (and the world!) to come together, wearing green, in Trafalgar Square and form a giant human shamrock.

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London St. Patrick’s Festival 2019 Launches at Irish Embassy

On the 20th February at the Irish Embassy in London we officially launched the London St. Patrick’s Festival 2019. With speeches from Ambassador O’Neill, Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, Social Mobility and Community Engagement Debbie Weekes-Bernard and Catherine Casey, Chair of the Festival Community Advisory Board, the festival kicked off …