Protecting the skies

The rise in popularity of drones has meant that festival and outdoor event organisers now need strategy in place to police any attempt to fly them in crowded areas, Mike Fletcher speaks to a specialist drone pilot Drones, or to give them their proper title, remote piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), have

Kick like a girl

Channel 4’s determination to outbid its rival to air the Women’s EURO 2017 says much about the demand for elite female sport and its positive impact on sport participation among girls With more television eyeballs than ever focused on sport and with Channel 4’s successful bid to broadcast the Women’s Euro 2017 finals in the Netherlands

Contract win for ISC at new Soho venue

Integrated Security Consultants (ISC) has won the contract to provide security for Six Storeys, an event space in

Potter producers: Touts are “plague”

The company that produces Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has released a statement calling the secondary ticket

Five-year contract for Best Parties Ever

Christmas party supplier Best Parties Ever has been awarded a five-year contract at EventCity to design, market, produce

De Boer supplies 48th Southampton Boat Show

Temporary structure supplier De Boer celebrated its 24th consecutive year providing exhibition space for Southampton Boat Show, which took place

Filmmaster Events and Circo de Bakuza to produce UEFA final opening ceremony

For the second consecutive year Filmmaster Events and Circo de Bakuza have been chosen as the companies responsible for producing the UEFA Champions League Final. The show will be broadcast in 220 countries to a predicted audience of more than 180m and will feature pop star Alicia Keys. “We are really proud of working with

New initiative for NT’s Connections festival

The National Theatre’s 21-year old theatre festival Connections has launched an alumni campaign to celebrate its milestone birthday.

Alton Towers owner to be prosecuted over Smiler crash

Merlin Attractions Operations Ltd, owner of Alton Towers theme park, is to be prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive over an incident involving the Smiler rollercoaster that left five people seriously injured in June 2015. Two passengers on the ride suffered leg amputations as a result of their carriage colliding with a stationary carriage