We provide information about our shows in iCalendar format. When you
subscribe to our live feed, it will highlight all upcoming events and reveal up-to-date information about events, their
estimated duration and a short description.
you can find instruction on how to subscribe to our events feed in most
popular applications that support iCalendar format.
synchronising your calendar, you will be asked for a URL.
for "What's on at Queen's" is http://www.whatsonatqueens.com/Feeds/ICSCalendar/index.ics.
- Log in to your
- In the box titled "Other Calendars" click "Add"
and from the pop-up box select "Add by URL"
- In the next pop-up
box paste our events feed address. (http://www.whatsonatqueens.com/Feeds/ICSCalendar/index.ics)
and click "Add Calendar".
- A new calendar will be created and a
Google specific name will be assigned to it. Click on an arrow next to
your new calendar and select "Calendar settings".
- In the settings tab
change Calendar Name to "Queen's Events" and hit "Save".
- Optional - you may
toggle display of Queen's events calendar by clicking on its name in the "Other
- Go to our events
feed address using any web browser and when asked save the file to your
computer. It should have an extension of ".ics".
- Connect your iPod,
just make sure that it is enabled to work in disk mode.
- Copy the file with
events you saved in step 1 to "Calendars" directory on your iPod.
- After disconnecting
your iPod Queen's events should be visible in your internal calendar,
usually found under Extras menu.
- In the application
main menu click on Calendar ? Subscribe...
- In the dialog box
that appears paste our events feed address. (http://www.whatsonatqueens.com/Feeds/ICSCalendar/index.ics)
into "Calendar URL" text box and click on "Subscribe" button.
Sunbird / Lightning (Mozilla Thunderbird extension)
- From the main menu
select File ? New Calendar...
- In the New Calendar Wizard select "On
the Network" and click "Next >".
- Select calendar
format to be iCalendar and in the "Location" box paste our events feed
Click "Next >".
- Give your calendar a name - we suggest "Queen's Events" -
select the colour in which it will be displayed on your timeline and
choose if you want to be notified of upcoming events. Click "Next >".
- On the next screen
just press "Finish".
Microsoft Outlook 2007
- Click the link for
the Internet Calendar Subscription. You might be prompted to acknowledge
that you are opening a hyperlink. You should click Yes.
- At the prompt, Add
this Internet Calendar to Outlook and subscribe to updates, click Yes.
- The Internet
Calendar opens in side-by-side view in the Outlook Calendar and is added
to the Navigation Pane in Calendar view under Other Calendars. The
calendar will check periodically for any updates.
information about Microsoft Outlook 2007 can be found on Microsoft
Office Outlook Help for Outlook 2007 (http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/FX100647191033.aspx)
and especially http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101673251033.aspx.
Microsoft Outlook 2003 does not offer built-in
calendar synchronisation, so if you would like to enjoy this
functionality you need to install a third party plug-in. The plug-in
name is called RemoteCalendars (http://remotecalendars.sourceforge.net/)
and as the author states it is intended to work with the 2003 version
of MS Outlook. The installer can be downloaded from
The archive contains three different setup files, two being a
prerequisite updates for Outlook and third being the installer for the
You will need to consult the included readme
file for detailed instructions on how to install and set-up calendars in
MS Outlook using the plug-in.