The Virtus art exhibition, now in its 4th year saw an evening full of Art, musical entertainment, mind reading and ice cream made with the assistance of nitrogen. There was a variety of art including sculptures made of materials from sugar to steel, photography exhibits, paintings and collages. All of which were an outstanding quality. The overall ‘peoples favourite’ winner was Michael Hutchison’s Viñsa III.
It was a fantastic evening and is always good to catch up with some familiar faces and for the whole team to meet some of our newer colleagues.
Virtus are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at London Build 2016 on October 26th & 27th at the Olympia we will be located at stand K20!
London Build 2016 is expected to have thousands of attendees over the two days of 26th & 27th of October. Along with 300 exhibitors there will be workshops with over 70 top industry speakers discussing the development plans, challenges, strategies and investment around some of the largest construction projects forecast for the coming years. Get your free tickets here https://lnkd.in/dYMY28A
This year Virtus are the proud sponsors of an Edinburgh Fringe production - How Is Uncle John? By Sally Lewis
When Hope was young, her mother did everything she could to ensure her daughter was safe. As she grew more independent, Hope began to slip from her mother's fingers. Years later, Hope has fallen in love. When she goes on holiday with her new partner, a few days turn into months. At home, sick with worry, Hope's mother receives a telephone call.
The remarkable story of a daughter trafficked into the sex market and her mother's journey to bring her home, this one-woman play is an unflinching descent into darkness. Writer Sally Lewis worked closely with charities including Stop the Traffik and Unseen to develop the play, interviewing women who have been trafficked, their families and the organisations who support them.
Developed with support from Arts Council England, Nuffield Theatre, Proteus Theatre Company and Virtus Contracts.
Virtus are proud to announce that we have been named in the Telegraph’s top 1000 companies to inspire Britain. To be named in this list in Virtus’ 15 year anniversary year is something that everyone linked to Virtus should be very proud of.
“Our selection criteria require companies to have shown not just growing revenue over at least three of the past four years, but also to have outperformed their sector peers – not just in terms of revenue, but by either growth in employee numbers, square footage or number of filed patents, too.”