We produce public events ranging from festivals, arts fairs, variety shows and concerts to gigs. Here’s a few examples of some of the events we have produced.
“Women of the World (WOW) Arts Fair”
Tuesday, 8th March 2011
12pm – 4pm
Old Spitalfields Market, London, E1
In partnership with Navron Events we produced the WOW Arts Fair to mark the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day, on behalf of our clients Urban inclusion and sponsors Old Spitalfields Market and Fitness First.
The fair was opened by Melanie Brown (former Spice Girl), Baroness Oona King and Rushanara Ali, MP for Bethnal Green and Bow.
The WOW Arts Fair featured a live stage bursting with music and dance from around the world. Notable artists included; Carol Thomspon and Angie Brown.
We also featured stalls showcasing the excellence and international diversity of London’s female artists and designer-makers.
The event included a business networking event from 12pm – 2pm for women entrepreneurs from the Creative and Cultural Industries.
As part of the arts fair we produced a sales and visual merchandising training programme to support female artists and designer-makers in achieving their ambitions as a creative business.
“Across the Street, Around the World”
4th – 23rd October 2010
Venues around the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
“The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s 2010 Across the Street, Around the World festival is widely regarded as the most successful yet. This is due in no small part to Hatch Events and Vjem Events, which produced the festival on our behalf.” – John Hampson, Senior Strategy Officer, Arts and Culture RB Kensington and Chelsea
Across the Street, Around the World was a month long ce lebration of arts featuring Linton Kwesi Johnson live reading, Horace Ove Q& A, Reality theatre productions, Marc Brew choreography, street lights transformed into spotlights, Kevin Haynes and Robert Mitchell Nu-Jazz concert, The New Blaxploitation, Middle Eastern opera from Opera Holland Park, Jacob Sam-La Rose as writer-in-reside nce and a stella spokenword line-up of Malika Booker, Anthony Joseph, Bidisha and Sarah Sayeed. For the full programme visit the website: www.rbkc.gov.uk/acrossthestreet
Obama Inauguration Celebration @ IndigO2 London
20th January 2009
On behalf of IBAMMO Trust
The programme headlined Lemar, NDubz and The London Gospel Choir. Our role was to manage the operations, volunteer recruitment, venue management, stage management and onsite event management to ensure the delivery of a high quality, extravaganza to help Londoners mark and celebrate this momentus occasion in style.
Shoreditch Africa ’05 and Shoreditch Africa ’06
“It was a real pleasure to work with Hatch Events. They are efficient, knowledgeable and charming…and provided a fantastic line up. The event itself was a huge success…We would very much like to work with Hatch Events again.” – Chris Westwood, Shoreditch Trust
In 2005 and 2006, we designed, programmed and produced on behalf of Shoreditch Trust a one day festival that aimed to expand people’s understanding of African culture and to bring pride to local African communities.
10,000 people from all over London descended on Haggerston Park, Hackney to experience African market life, local acts performing alongside renowned international acts and an abundance of workshops from craft, poetry to dance and drumming.
Black filmmaker International Film Festival (BIFF)
Project managed and produced, one of Europe’s principal Black Film Festivals.
We delivered a week-long film festival, which ran from 7th – 13th September 2007 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), with the Short Film Awards being held on 11th September at the Odeon West End.