From the fireplace of the Duke of York Bar, to the First World War battlefields on France and Belgium ROSL's 2018 event calendar has varied greatly in size and content. Take a look at some of the highlights here.
2019 looks set to be even better, with a number of new exciting events such as Commuter Concerts and Life Drawing classes. Check back on ROSL News next week to find out what else we have planned.
- The year kicked off in true Scottish style with the ceilidh
- Concluding our centenary commemorations for the end of the First World War saw members head to France for the Battlefield Tour
- The Annual Music Competition saw saxophonist Jonathan Radford win this year's Gold Medal
- ROSL President Lord Luce again invited members to join at the House of Lords for afternoon tea
- The summer ball transported members to Wuthering Heights
- Now in its 19th year, the Edinburgh Fringe series was a huge success again
- Four exhibitions adorned the walls of the clubhouse, giving emerging artists valuable exposure
- Shakespeare in the Garden saw a modern-day retelling of Romeo and Juliet
- The InterClub Ball saw Younger Members take to the skies with Phileas Fogg
- Our exhibitions also included ceramics, including the work of Connor Coulston on the Duke of York Bar's fireplace