(London – 1 February 2019) Kilimanjaro Live has announced a new addition to its promoter team this week with Michael Clapham joining from Perfect Strangers Comedy to replace promoter Georgie Donnelly. Clapham will focus on Kilimanjaro’s comedy events, promoting under the Kilimanjaro Live, Perfect Strangers and Rabbit Rabbit brands, including
Simon Skelt has been inducted to the Access All Areas magazine ‘The Next Generation – Class of 2018‘. Top 30 under 30s in the live events industry.
Last week we were honoured to pick up our tenth award (in our tenth year) at the Live UK Awards. Kilimanjaro Live picked up National Promoter of the Year. We have even started using our second award shelf.
Lisa talks to Accounting and Business about building Kilimanjaro Live from the Ground Up, and how ten years of events have shaped us.
For services to Progressive Music, Kilimanjaro Live was proud to accept the Industry VIP award presented from Steve Hackett to Alan Day & Stuart Galbraith on the 11th September. Alan cited that he didn’t just set out to work on Prog Music, but to work on good music and proceeded
Kew The Music the annual celebration of music and food that takes place in the World Hertitage site of Kew Gardens won The Tony Kane Cultural Experience of the Year” at Time & Leisure Food & Culture 2018 awards. The awards have been going strong for eight years, with over
Kilimanjaro Live were featured in the latest issue of IQ Magazine in celebration of the company’s 10th anniversary. View the issue here.
Kilimanjaro Live were awarded Music Week’s ‘Live Music Promoter’ award at their annual ceremony on 26th April 2018. The award was collected by Stuart Galbraith, CEO, Steve Tilley, Senior Promoter and Director, Alan Day, Promoter, presented to them by the awards host Lauren Laverne. Stuart Galbraith, CEO, said: “If we
To celebrate Kilimanjaro’s 10th anniversary, Music Week published a front cover story and interview with Stuart Galbraith, CEO, Steve Tilley, Promoter and Director, and Zac Fox, Head of Operations. Kilimanjaro Live has enjoyed a decade to remember and there’s so much more to come. The interview is in Music Week