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Arenas and Conference Centres

International Convention Centre Wales (ICC Wales) open after successful first events

International Convention Centre Wales
International Convention Centre Wales - the state-of-the-art £84 million meetings venue situated in Newport, South Wales - this week opened its doors to UK and international conferences, meetings and events, with more than 5,500 delegates passing through its doors during a packed first week of events.

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Southbank Centre announces new list of approved suppliers for venue hire

Southbank Centre’s venue hire team has updated their list of approved suppliers for Catering and Production.
The UK’s largest arts centre offers a range of spaces for events and has a carefully selected list of suppliers to work across all three buildings on a 17-acre central London site. S howcasing fantastic views across London, the buildings at Southbank Centre - Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room - offer clients an iconic brutalist backdrop of the South Bank cultural quarter.


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The sound of music

Olympia London
Music concerts are springing up at Olympia London
On Boxing Day 1886, Olympia London opened its door to the public for the first time with a spectacular showcase; The Hippodrome Circus. Since then, the London landmark has hosted centenary exhibitions such as The International Horse Show and Ideal Home Show.


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Birmingham Arenas are the first arena in the UK to launch “Ask for Clive” anti-homophobia campaign

Andy Hendry, Arenas. Danny Clare - Founder of Ask for Clive. Jaime Davies, Arenas
Arena Birmingham and Resorts World Arena have become the arenas in the UK to launch anti-homophobia campaign “Ask For Clive”.
Ask For Clive is a campaign that encourages entertainment establishments to show solidarity against discrimination in the fight against homophobia and transphobia.


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