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In the Pub: Comic Relief’s Emily Turnham

After a heavy start to the year, Access sits down for a much-needed coffee with the Gallopathon organiser

Ease on down the track

Chatting with two giants of the trackway world, and an exclusive look at the merger that birthed Live Trackway Is there a range of events you work on? Graham Crisp, GT Trax (GC): We work on all types of outside events—music festivals, country shows, foodie festivals, athletic events, flower, historical and agricultural shows. Daimon Dunhue,

[VIDEO] EPS tackles environmental issues

Guardian journalist Lucy Siegle asks: Where does the events industry stand on environmental issues?

Marquees fit for #HeForShe

In a guest blog, The Arabian Tent Company tells Access why it’s important to foster gender equality in its workforce, and how they’ve embraced #HeForShe.

Raising the bar

With the memories of dry January beginning to fade and an event-packed summer peeking over the horizon, Access thought it was high time we spoke to the UK’s bar providers.

“This place gets under your skin”

From Victorian England through the world wars and beyond, beloved venue Alexandra Palace has had an exciting history—and it’s far from over.

YouTube changed how we make and consume digital video. Now, can it conquer the events world? Access presses play on this new global trend.

In the pub with…Paul Bedford

Access joins Edition Capital’s non-executive chairman for a look back on his career navigating hurricanes and economic recessions in the independent festivals sector. I worked at independent investment firm Ingenious for 14 years. In the early days it was the maddest place and the best place to work. As the business grew, and it grew

Ahead of Celebrating David Bowie at O2 Academy Brixton, uber-Bowie fans Simon Parkes and Emma Milzani discuss the icon’s influence on his hometown.

Reality check

Virtual reality is set to change the way the world sees live events.