Live Event

Lumiere London 2018: sneak preview

Artichoke, the outdoor art events company that produces Lumiere London, has revealed ten of the artworks coming to the UK capital in January 2018

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Walking with Dinosaurs chooses Ticket Zone

Ticketing specialist to offer trade desk service to both producers and event organisers, and centrally manages the sale of tickets through a network of authorised primary ticket agents in the UK

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Tall Ships Races Sunderland offers business opportunities

The organiser has announced offers for catering and bar concessions at sites across the city for the event next July. Companies are also invited to bid for spaces available to exhibit and trade goods and services

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Case study: Robe for Rolling Stones No Filter

No Filter, the European tour by Rolling Stones, featured 36 Robe BML spots as part of lighting design created by Patrick Woodroffe of Woodroffe Bassett design

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The city is the venue

Charlie Mussett, senior operations manager at The Great Run Company, comments on liaising with city authorities, short build time and staging Simplyhealth Great Edinburgh XCountry in January 2018

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Arcadia chooses Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Next Arcadia London event on 5-6 May 2018 will see different acts on each day while Arcadia’s spellbinding Metamorphosis show is performed on both nights

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Bubble Communications buys VOX

The global PR, marketing and events agency has added VOX Summit, VOX Awards and VOXMAS festive party to its portfolio

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Catfest London launches in 2018

New event is the brainchild of music journalist and author, Britt Collins, who hopes to turn the festival into a roadshow across Europe

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Event Production Show 2018 opens visitor registration

Leading event for the UK’s live event sector will take place from 28 February to 1 March 2018 at Olympia London

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Lovebox and Citadel confirm move to Brockwell Park

Bold statement on the websites of London’s Lovebox and Citadel confirm the move to south of the river in 2018

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