The Access Sessions 2013

Confirmed running order for the Access All Areas seminar set at Event Production Show, Olympia as follows:

 

Tuesday 5 February

12noon – Beyond Festival Republic

Glastonbury man Michael Eavis takes to the main stage to give an insight on life after Festival Republic and some details on an event that’s a cornerstone to the success of other festivals across the country. The talk is a benefit for Water Aid, and organisers suggest a donation of £10.

2:00pm – Question Time

Live Nation COO, John Probyn, chairs a panel of event industry lynchpins, with London 2012 and the state of the festival market on the list for discussion. Around the table, alphabetically: Colin Rodger, head of event management for DF Concerts; John Farquhar-Smith, owner of Flux Events; Martin Green, LOCOG’s head of ceremonies; Paul Ludford, recently appointed operations director for Glastonbury Festival; Rob da Bank, Radio 1 DJ and the man behind Bestival and Camp Bestival.

 

Wednesday 6 February

12noon – Sense And Sensibility

Jeremy King, communications director at The O2, chairs an experiential round table, with Rory Sloan, RPM’s head of production; Steve Smith, managing director at Ear To The Ground; Dan Hall, business development director for iD Experiential; Katharine Walsh, head of communications at Delancey; and others to be confirmed.

2:00pm – Goodbye Games

Nic Howden puts questions to Kim Gavin, artistic director of the Olympics and Paralympic closing ceremonies, asking him to detail the thinking, planning and operational processes behind the spectacular sign-offs at London 2012.

The Access Sessions 2013

Confirmed running order for the Access All Areas seminar set at Event Production Show, Olympia as follows:

 

Tuesday 5 February

12noon – Beyond Festival Republic

Glastonbury man Michael Eavis takes to the main stage to give an insight on life after Festival Republic and some details on an event that’s a cornerstone to the success of other festivals across the country. The talk is a benefit for Water Aid, and organisers suggest a donation of £10.

2:00pm – Question Time

Live Nation COO, John Probyn, chairs a panel of event industry lynchpins, with London 2012 and the state of the festival market on the list for discussion. Around the table, alphabetically: Colin Rodger, head of event management for DF Concerts; John Farquhar-Smith, owner of Flux Events; Martin Green, LOCOG’s head of ceremonies; Paul Ludford, recently appointed operations director for Glastonbury Festival; Rob da Bank, Radio 1 DJ and the man behind Bestival and Camp Bestival.

 

Wednesday 6 February

12noon – Sense And Sensibility

Jeremy King, communications director at The O2, chairs an experiential round table, with Rory Sloan, RPM’s head of production; Steve Smith, managing director at Ear To The Ground; Dan Hall, business development director for iD Experiential; Katharine Walsh, head of communications at Delancey; and others to be confirmed.

2:00pm – Goodbye Games

Nic Howden puts questions to Kim Gavin, artistic director of the Olympics and Paralympic closing ceremonies, asking him to detail the thinking, planning and operational processes behind the spectacular sign-offs at London 2012.

The Access Sessions 2013

Four seminars across the Event Production Show will feature a weight of event industry talent. Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis, Live Nation COO John Probyn, Radio 1/Bestival man Rob da Bank, and London 2012 closing ceremonies creative director Kim Gavin among them.

The Access Sessions line up is as follows:

Tuesday February 5

12 Noon: Beyond Festival Republic

Michael Eavis gives an insight on life after Festival Republic along with typically candid detail about Glastonbury, renowned for its positive impact on festivals across the country. The talk is a benefit for Water Aid and organisers suggest a donation of £10.

2:00pm: Question Time

Such is the calibre of the panel, chair John Probyn has requested extra time to question: Radio 1 DJ Rob da Bank, the man behind Bestival and Camp Bestival,  Colin Rodger, head of event management at T in the Park, which celebrates its 20th summer this year, Martin Green, LOCOG’s head of ceremonies, John Farquhar-Smith, owner of Flux Events, and Paul Ludford, recently appointed operations director for Glastonbury Festival.

Wednesday February 6

12 Noon: Sense And Sensibility

Jeremy King, communications director at The O2, chairs a round table discussion about the role of experiential for brands.

2:00pm Goodbye Games

Nic Howden interviews Kim Gavin, award winning artistic director of the Olympic and Paralympic closing ceremonies, asking him to detail the thinking, planning and operational processes behind the spectacular sign offs at London 2012

The Access Sessions 2013

Four seminars across the Event Production Show will feature a weight of event industry talent. Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis, Live Nation COO John Probyn, Radio 1/Bestival man Rob da Bank, and London 2012 closing ceremonies creative director Kim Gavin among them.

The Access Sessions line up is as follows:

Tuesday February 5

12 Noon: Beyond Festival Republic

Michael Eavis gives an insight on life after Festival Republic along with typically candid detail about Glastonbury, renowned for its positive impact on festivals across the country. The talk is a benefit for Water Aid and organisers suggest a donation of £10.

2:00pm: Question Time

Such is the calibre of the panel, chair John Probyn has requested extra time to question: Radio 1 DJ Rob da Bank, the man behind Bestival and Camp Bestival,  Colin Rodger, head of event management at T in the Park, which celebrates its 20th summer this year, Martin Green, LOCOG’s head of ceremonies, John Farquhar-Smith, owner of Flux Events, and Paul Ludford, recently appointed operations director for Glastonbury Festival.

Wednesday February 6

12 Noon: Sense And Sensibility

Jeremy King, communications director at The O2, chairs a round table discussion about the role of experiential for brands.

2:00pm Goodbye Games

Nic Howden interviews Kim Gavin, award winning artistic director of the Olympic and Paralympic closing ceremonies, asking him to detail the thinking, planning and operational processes behind the spectacular sign offs at London 2012

The Access Sessions 2013

The seminar set for Event Production Show, at the National Hall, Olympia on February 5 and 6, is taking shape. Nic Howden reports.

Tuesday February 5

12:00noon – Glastonbury Festival impresario, Michael Eavis, takes to the main stage to give an insight on life after Festival Republic and some details on an event that’s a cornerstone to the success of other festivals across the country. The talk is a benefit for Water Aid, and organisers suggest a donation of £10.

2:00pm – With subjects from the London 2012 legacy to the state of the festival world, Live Nation COO, John Probyn, hosts Question Time. On the panel this year, Colin Rodger, head of event management for DF Concerts, Martin Green, LOCOG’s head of ceremonies, John Farquhar-Smith, owner of Flux Events, Paul Ludford, recently appointed operations director for Glastonbury Festival, and Radio 1 DJ Rob da Bank, the man behind Bestival, Camp Bestival and a whole lot more.

Wednesday February 6

12:00noon – Experiential Round Table. The history, the benefits to brands and events, the how/where to’s and much more discussed.
Chair: Jeremy King, The O2. Panel: Dan Hall, iD Experiential; Rory Sloan, RPM; Steve Smith, Ear To The Ground; Greg Parmley, Intellitix, and other(s) to be confirmed.

2:00pm – Goodbye Games: Kim Gavin, artistic director of the Olympic and Paralympic closing ceremonies, details the thinking, planning and operational processes behind the spectacular sign offs at London 2012.   

For more information, see: http://www.eventproductionshow.co.uk/

The Access Sessions 2013

The seminar set for Event Production Show, at the National Hall, Olympia on February 5 and 6, is taking shape. Nic Howden reports.

Tuesday February 5

12:00noon – Glastonbury Festival impresario, Michael Eavis, takes to the main stage to give an insight on life after Festival Republic and some details on an event that’s a cornerstone to the success of other festivals across the country. The talk is a benefit for Water Aid, and organisers suggest a donation of £10.

2:00pm – With subjects from the London 2012 legacy to the state of the festival world, Live Nation COO, John Probyn, hosts Question Time. On the panel this year, Colin Rodger, head of event management for DF Concerts, Martin Green, LOCOG’s head of ceremonies, John Farquhar-Smith, owner of Flux Events, Paul Ludford, recently appointed operations director for Glastonbury Festival, and Radio 1 DJ Rob da Bank, the man behind Bestival, Camp Bestival and a whole lot more.

Wednesday February 6

12:00noon – Experiential Round Table. The history, the benefits to brands and events, the how/where to’s and much more discussed.
Chair: Jeremy King, The O2. Panel: Dan Hall, iD Experiential; Rory Sloan, RPM; Steve Smith, Ear To The Ground; Greg Parmley, Intellitix, and other(s) to be confirmed.

2:00pm – Goodbye Games: Kim Gavin, artistic director of the Olympic and Paralympic closing ceremonies, details the thinking, planning and operational processes behind the spectacular sign offs at London 2012.   

For more information, see: http://www.eventproductionshow.co.uk/