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EventFlash UK: Darlington-based theatre receives grant

Making headlines this week:

– Darlington-based theatre receives grant: Theatre Hullabaloo has welcomed a £140,000 grant from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation towards the costs of programmes to engage young audiences and families.

Other news making the headline this week:

– Kerrin MacPhie has been confirmed as the new head of business events at VisitBritain/VisitEngland.

– FaceTime to announce survey findings at AEO Conference

– Event weather

EventFlash UK is produced by Mash Media in partnership with LiveBuzz. It is the only weekly video round-up solely for the events industry.

The programme is presented by Martin Fullard with videography by Karam Dhillon.

EventFlash: weekly news round up, with LiveBuzz

Your weekly news round up from the events industry, in partnership with LiveBuzz.

– Radiohead and Celine Dion among performances affected at Manchester Arena
– ICC Wales chief executive praises Welsh government for support
– The cash machine’s 50th birthday celebrated at Gibson Hall
– G20 Summit heads to Hamburg, Germany
– Brand Events’ Chris Hughes wins Outstanding Contribution Award at AEO Excellence Awards, hosted by James Nesbitt
– Gavin Bevan and Susie Williamson join Natural History Museum

EventFlash 14.06.17, brought to you by LiveBuzz

EventFlash 14.06.17, brought to you by LiveBuzz.

  • London Technology Week opened by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan
  • A Greener Festival launches new awards
  • Media 10 owner buys pub
  • UFI hails Global Exhibitions Day a “success”
  • UKinbound calls for tourism to be focus in Brexit talks
  • Movers in the industry: Caroline Phelan joins VisitBritain, Jennifer Jenkins joins Evcom

Tech it Out: Exploring Cvent’s Crowd Compass app

Tech it Out pays a visit to Cvent’s London office to learn more about the Crowd Compass mobile application and how event technology is fare more simple than a lot of people realise.

Nick Tinker, Business Development Manager at Cvent, takes Martin Fullard through the app’s functions. If you would like to feature in an episode of Tech it Out, contact Simon Farnfield on