In January 2014 we’ve been celebrating 10 year anniversaries with no less than three of our staff; Director Richard Sheehan and Project Managers Symon Veglio and James Clarke. Symon, James and Richard follow hot on the heels of veteran Paul Fish who celebrated his 20 year anniversary last year.Continue reading →
When Philip Honey, event design consultant for luxury brands, asked us to help present Jimmy Choo’s latest collection to a European network of store managers, the female contingent in the office went slightly weak at the knees; not only was the collection to include shoes, it was handbags and perfume as well! As you might imagine, it came close to ‘pistols at dawn’ when it came to allocating crew for the job.Continue reading →
For the fourth year in succession, pharmaceutical company Allergan has re-appointed London-based production company Metro Broadcast to produce its extensive programme of educational events at the Anti-Ageing Medical World Congress (AMWC) at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco in April 2014. Vast in size, the Grimaldi spans six floors and contains three auditoria, 22 breakout rooms, 35,000m2 of exhibition space and three catering venues. The annual AMWC utilises every event space simultaneously over the duration of the three day convention.Continue reading →
Macmillan Cancer Support Raises a Record £195,000!
Macmillan’s biggest celebrity event of the year, the annual Celebrity Christmas Stocking Auction at London’s Renaissance St. Pancras blew its fundraising target out of the water this year by a clear £50,000 with the help of celebrities Kate Winslet, Joanna Lumley, Lord Seb Coe, Sharon Osborne, Holly Willoughby, Tom Daley, Bear Grylls, Michael Buble and Kimberley Walsh.Continue reading →
Last night at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Macmillan Cancer Support raised over £150,000 by putting the dream Christmas stockings of ‘A’ list celebrities under the hammer. Sponsored by Harrods, the annual Celebrity Christmas Stocking Auction is Macmillan’s biggest celebrity event of the year. Macmillan’s special events manager Miranda Brown has the enviable job of planning the glamorous event and the more challenging job of managing the budget. She talks about working with production company, Metro Broadcast, to create an experience which encourages maximum donations without breaking the bank.Continue reading →
When Philip Honey, event design consultant for luxury brands, asked Metro Broadcast to help present Jimmy Choo’s latest collection to their European network of store managers at the London head office in October, the team of production specialists met with an interesting challenge.Continue reading →
Here at Metro we love a bit of art, so it was fantastic to be asked by our friends over at Somerset House to work with them on this year’s 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair. The event was designed by artist David Adjaye and the entire West Wing of Somerset House was set to stage no less that 17 exhibition spaces.Continue reading →
October has historically been the busiest month of the year for us here at Metro and this year was no exception!
As always we were responsible for the AV at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester. This is always an impressive set, requiring state of the art technology and we were delighted to be involved again.Continue reading →
All good things must come to an end and over the Bank Holiday weekend Metro moved from Great Suffolk Street in SE1 where we’ve been based for almost 30 years.
This marks an exciting new chapter for all of us as we move on to bigger premises right next to the Oval cricket ground in Kennington. As a location this is perfect for Metro, we now have a much larger warehouse, larger office premises and remain central with quick access to the city & west-end, which has always been important for us as a business.Continue reading →