Helping you get TOGETHER with friends or colleagues, or perhaps meet new ones. Prospero Society is the only section of the BBC Club run by and for retired BBC Staff and their partners.
Its aim is to enable BBC pensioners to meet regularly for an organized programme of events.A regular newsletter keeps members informed of our activities.
Activities include lunches, tours of museums, major entertainment venues and buildings of historical interest, theatre trips and a traditional Christmas lunch - all at subsidized prices for Prospero Society members.
Cost to join £15 per year.
14th - Soane Museum and Introductory Talk
Online booking closed, 2 spaces left for usual booking method
19th - Langdon Down Museum
Online booking and booking open
22nd - BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
21st - Theatre Trip - Waitress
6th - A Culinary Journey through China
27th - Supreme Court Tour and Refreshments
To book online you need to have a BBC Club card (with a number beginning 100) and that card must be registered on the website. You can book for yourself as a member and up to three guests but all members need to book for themselves on their own log in. Go to the bookings portal by using this link:
in the box on the left hands side select courses, Site: W1, Activity: Shakespeare tour or soane museum, Start Month: June and number of places: 1 – 4. Then click the basket in the centre of the page to go to the payment portal. If you are booking for guests you will need to click ‘anonymous non-member’ and fill in the details for each guest.
Please note, for non Prospero members booking will open next week.
If you are booking for more than one person you must untick ‘apply for all activities’ box.
Once successful you will receive a WorldPay receipt and a confirmation will be sent within 5 working days.
Click here for the minutes of the 2019 Prospero AGM
Click here for the minutes of the 2018 Prospero AGM
Click here for the minutes of the 2017 Prospero AGM
Click here for the minutes of the 2016 Prospero AGM
ON 12 November 2014 our Club Chairman gave us a very entertaining talk at Western House entitled 'Computing for Prospero members'. For a summary