A new multi-arts event is coming to Cambridge in 2018 showcasing existing festivals in one week and under one roof
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Attend the Festival and Outdoor Events Show and get first-hand experience about drones in the events industry
Each of the stadium’s different business areas hosted interactive stations for guests to enjoy. Online editor Murielle Gonzalez comments on her experience
The business of events contributes with a yearly revenue stream of £46bn yet it isn’t being championed in government. Whose role is it?
The Festival and Outdoor Events Show give organisers an exclusive opportunity to meet high-quality suppliers and products that will deliver the essential wow factor to events
HM inspector Gavin Bull attends the Festival and Outdoor Events Show with crucial health and safety insights for the live events sector
Eventbrite joins GL events UK Group and ACT Group in the programme
Where next for indie fest association event? AIF invites bids to host annual festival-focussed conference and awards
We are Robots is a four-day festival bringing the music industry together with live performances, label collaborations, workshops and more
Theatre Hullabaloo has received £140,000 grant to support three year programme
In this video a collection of exhibitors tell Mash TV what they are planning on bringing to the inaugural Festout show.
Paul Cowell, culture and event manager at Southwark Council talks licensing regulations and how local authorities can help move the events industry forward
Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) expands relationship with BBC Good Food to host debut BBC Good Food Feast at the Tower of London Moat
The Festival and Outdoor Events Show will see suppliers, venues and organisers of events across the music, sport, cultural and public spectrums come together under one roof
Mojang has awarded Multiplay the license to run Blockfest, the official Minecraft community events
The promoter, DHP Family, is set to expand its operations in Birmingham as it reveals plans to open a new live music venue in the city centre for 2018.