The Bloomsbury Festival, Autumn 2010
Following the huge success of The Bloomsbury Festival in 2006 & 2007, Hidden Cities are currently working with the area's most prestigious cultural organisations to revive the event to become a major fixture in London's cultural calendar.
Seasider, Summer 2010
Hidden Cities is working in partnership with Eddie Bridgeman, co-founder of BURA's Seaside Network, to launch this exciting new initiative. Seasider will promote the whole of the British Seaside, bringing together the regeneration and marketing agendas of multiple regions of the British coast through a programme of activity, including an annual British seaside festival in the centre of London.
Fayre on the Square, June 2010
Hidden Cities is delighted to be working with the National Hospital Development Foundation to provide Production Management services for Fayre on the Square, a one-day fundraising festival in Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury on Saturday 26th June 2010.
Margate 'Non-Conference', May 2010
As an extension to our work on Seasider, Hidden Cities has been commissioned by the Margate Renewal Partnership to produce a feasibility study for a 'non-conference' in Margate. The event will be dynamic and pioneering, breaking the boundaries of more traditional conference set-ups and bring together delegates from across the country in the regeneration, tourism and culture sectors to really get to grips with contemporary seaside issues in a direct and interactive way.
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