Future In 15 episode 2: etc.venues’ Alastair Stewart on how venue design impacts an event’s success

Future In 15 has released its second episode online. Show host Caleb Parker meets Alastair Stewart, managing director of etc.venues, who shares how bold design of the venue will play a significant role in producing successful events, and how the company engages clients in the design process. He also discusses his company’s top tech adoption and the

Former Pulse MD launches live experience business

The former managing director of Pulse Group, Rob Sharp, has set up LEX – a new live experience

Belly Laughs

From Bath’s best venues to the upside of using a city as a stage, Bath Comedy Festival is more than just a laugh. One man’s daft situation is a stand-up comedian’s set list goldmine. This rule proves itself more and more each year, with new talent on display in cities like Edinburgh and Bath at

Future In 15 episode 1: Showslice’s Damian Oracki on the sharing economy in events

Future In 15 has released its first episode online. Show host Caleb Parker meets Damian Oracki, founder of Showslice, to understand more about how his company is changing the away the sharing economy can work in the events industry. Episode one is brought to you by and hosted by Chandos House. Showslice works with

Tramlines Festival opens crowdfunding

The city of Sheffield will have the opportunity to buy shares in the local music festival, Tramlines Festival,

House of Lords votes to strengthen anti-ticket tout laws

House of Lords members voted in favour of an amendment in the Digital Economy Bill to strengthen consumer

West End boss slams Viagogo

Secondary ticketing site Viagogo has been labelled “a blot on the landscape” by the ticketing director for forthcoming

LAEOG strengthened by new committee

The Local Authority Event Organisers Group (LAEOG) has welcomed three new committee members at its eighth AGM, held

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

No show from Viagogo at ticket abuse hearing

Secondary ticketing firm Viagogo were expected at a ticket abuse hearing this morning (21 March) in the House