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Tickets’ explores the future of live experiences, from VR to retail, boxing to Broadway. Each episode features a visionary, operator or producer involved in delivering live experiences to the world.

Tickets’ explores the future of live experiences, from VR to retail, boxing to Broadway. Each episode features a visionary, operator or producer involved in delivering live experiences to the world.
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Tickets’ explores the future of live experiences, from VR to retail, boxing to Broadway. Each episode features a visionary, operator or producer involved in delivering live experiences to the world.








Building, financing, and operating arts and music spaces with Dhruv Chopra

On the guest list today is Dhruv Chopra, co-founder of New York venue Elsewhere. The numerous challenges facing venues of all shapes and sizes have been well documented over the past few years. So how do you go about creating a new place for arts and music in one of the world’s most competitive real estate markets? Dhruv Chopra is one of the three co-founders of Elsewhere, a 24,000 sq ft space in New York that opened at the end of 2017. After a childhood playing in a wide range of bands,...


Talent programming from nightclubs to auditoriums with Dave Gamble (Royal Albert Hall)

On the guest list today is Dave Gamble, programming manager at London’s Royal Albert Hall. After starting out at the Roundhouse venue in Camden, he spent 5 years as a promotions manager at the legendary Fabric nightclub before moving to the Royal Albert Hall in 2015. Recorded on the day of the venue’s 147th birthday, in this conversation Dave explains what makes the Royal Albert Hall such a unique performance space, the day to day of being a promoter in a venue holding over 1000 events...


Next generation guestlists and Nordic innovation with Johan Ekelund

On the guest list today is Johan Ekelund, CEO at Keyflow, a Stockholm based startup helping event producers and venues connect with their guests in more meaningful ways. Johan’s background spans advertising and technology, working as a marketer both agency and client side and also as a product manager for leading video on demand platform. During this conversation Johan shared his thoughts on how brands will be investing into live entertainment in the future, the opportunity for dynamic...


Curation and community with Michelle Grey-Campion

Following stints at leading members club Soho House and Neuehouse, for last 2 years Michelle has been the creative director of the New York Times’ highly respected Times Talk series, featuring a veritable who’s who from across the world of arts and culture. Michelle’s a highly respected curator and programmer, but has a background you may not expect - with a master’s degree in molecular genetics she’s also been a magazine editor and a TV presenter. Recorded just as she’s about to set off...


The future of the built environment with Ross Guttler

Sustainability is a topic that’s got a lot of attention over the past few years. We know it’s important to create sustainable experiences but what’s the next step we can take? How could we make the built environment better for our health? And how does wellness really inform the quality of experiences we have? New York based research firm Delos have been exploring this theme for nearly a decade, working across sectors including air travel, sports and hospitality to help companies create...


Taking the magic of Broadway around the world with Vincent Marini

Over his career Vincent has produced and directed high profile shows across the globe. He's been the artistic director of one of Ameria's premier state theatres, worked as a special consultant to Cirque du Soleil, and served on the board at a number of cultural trusts and institutions. In his role at Base, he's responsible for bringing all the company's key projects to life - from theatrical plays and musicals, to concerts, magic shows and cutting edge hologram technology experiences. It's...


Virtual reality sports broadcasting with Andre Lorenceau

LiveLike's best known products are its customised VR apps that it provides to sports broadcasters around the globe. The app experience lets a user select different camera angles, sit in a virtual suite at the stadium, and view either live or pre-produced content. Recorded just before LiveLike's $9.6m Series B fundraising round was announced, in this conversation Andre offers his predictions for the VR industry over the coming years, explains how the company got started, and discusses why...


Bespoke experiential and London warehouse parties with Debs Armstrong

Debs started out her journey in installations and experiential work when she was a Fine Art student in London. Cutting her teeth in the city's warehouse party scene, she then co-founded the legendary Shangri-La area at Glastonbury Festival before starting Strong and Co, an award-winning experiential agency. Over this conversation we hear what brands get wrong when putting together experiential events, which events Debs would have loved to have created, and how she found the balance between...


International boxing and brand partnerships with Adam Morallee

Adam was just about to fly to Las Vegas and was on the move when we recorded this episode, so the audio quality is a little lower than usual. However, the insights are well worth it. Over the course of our 50 minute conversation Adam explains where lawyers, managers and agents can work together more productively; how an international boxing matchup gets made; where the money flows in the modern sports industry; what brands are looking for when partnering with talent; and who he's tipping...


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