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Tonight, Metro Ecosse’s film crew will be at large across Scotland to film over 200 micro-theatre shows performed by the public on the theme of Independence. The National Theatre of Scotland’s 24 hour live-

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Raising funds for Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland, the three brave lads coursed over 11 miles of extreme challenges and obstacles through mud, fire, ice and electricity.

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This Saturday, three of the brave from our Edinburgh office will face a 20km obstacle course through mud, fire, electricity and ice to test strength, stamina, teamwork and mental grit. That’s right, it’s a Tough Mudder! Here’s a taste of the challenge:

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We’ve been the exclusive provider of audio visual services at Spencer House for many years now and it is one of our favourite venues. It was built in 1766 for John

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On May 7th 2014, Education Scotland launched a series of short films online showcasing all 14 Commonwealth Games venues and the Athletes Village in preparation for the sporting events

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We love working on huge events in glamorous locations, so it was great to be confirmed as the production partner for the AMWC for the fourth time.

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Last week we said goodbye to Ronnie Barlow, who joined us as a marketing intern 6 weeks ago and has made his presence felt in the office. A sharp writer, with a quick sense of humour,

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You might already know that we are resident suppliers to new conference venue 30 Euston Square. The venue is also the home of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RGCP) and situated in the heart of Somers Town; the area of London which sits to the North of Bloomsbury, South of Camden and between Euston and St. Pancras stations.

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Today marks day 12 on Pete & Hannah Boatfield’s quest to cover 4,500 miles in the aid of a Banjul hospital and the journey thus far has certainly been eventful to say the least. Punctured tyres, leaking generators and border control drama have ensured that their adventure has been more chaotic than a “who’s the daddy?” episode of Jerry Springer. However, it would be wrong to paint it all in such a bad light, as for all the longs slogs and rotten luck, there have been doses of breath-taking scenery, opportunities to rekindle old friendships, create new memories, and embrace different cultures.

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