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Working with youLocal Authorities

We work with local authorities across the country to develop events that include the whole community and create a lasting impact. Our aim is to surprise, delight and exceed your expectations. We do this by listening carefully to you: what you want to achieve, how you want your audiences to respond and of course, practical things like your budget and timescale.

We have fantastic Shows and Productions which are ready to book. Our Carnivals and Processions are the perfect way of transforming familiar streets and town centres with vibrant colour and rhythm at day time Carnivals and magical illuminations at night time processions. Our huge mechanical puppets and creatures can be included to provide close-up spectacle in a public spaces. Our fireworks displays are renowned for the imagination, beauty and power that we invest in our designs; uniquely choreographed, often to music, and responsive to each client’s brief and site.

We deliver all aspects of event management including; event management plans; risk assessments; traffic management plans and coordination, site plans, full production planning and delivery.

Contact us to talk to us about how we can work with you to bring your ideas to life.

Case Study

For the past five years we have delivered events as part of Blackfriars Stories in Southwark. We work closely with Southwark Council’s regeneration team to create a magical event on the streets around the Blackfriars Mile. The event and outreach programme are designed to target the communities living around Blackfriars Road who have been identified as low cultural engagers. December 2018 saw us create the Innovator’s Imaginarium an illuminated procession and inventors fair. We engaged schools and community groups, local businesses, traders, resident associations and other cultural groups to make artwork for the lantern procession and have stalls at the festival site. The event was very successful, engaging a cross-section of the community and attracting new groups and audiences.

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