Event at T4 on the Beach 2009

Event were back on the beach with our bucket and spades. Event Merchandise created a fabulous range of trendy clothing for T4 on the Beach.

Gossip kicked things off with gusto, The Saturdays flooded the beach with effortless style, Diversity were massive and Dizzee was, well, Bonkers!

British Music Experience and Event Merchandise

The British Music Experience (BME) is a permanent, high-tech, interactive music exhibition will open within the world’s most popular music venue, The O2, Event merchandise. A combination of cutting edge audio-visual technology and the most coveted music memorabilia of all time culminate in the creation of one of Britain’s most compelling attractions. Event Merchandise supply the Merchandise.

The BME enables music lovers to trace historic moments and trends through the decades, learn about music’s influence on art, fashion and politics and allow you tailor your experience to your own music tastes and develop your skills on guitar, bass, drums and in the vocal booth at the Gibson Interactive Studio and even your dance moves in Dance the Decades.

There is also a full public and educational programme with workshops, lectures, master-classes and concerts aiming to help teachers raise standards in your school across the national curriculum for children aged 8 to 16 and for the qualifications aimed at young people aged 14 to 19.

Over 100 artists feature in the exhibition from The Beatles to Iron Maiden, from Cilla Black to Elastica, from David Bowie to Motorhead with in depth looks at musical genres from Skiffle to Reggae, from Rock n Roll to Blues, from Punk to Grime.

Although predominantly an interactive exhibition where you can scroll through years of music, video clips, stories and images of your favourite artists, explore the continual invention of how we listen to music or search across a giant interactive music map of Great Britain, there’re also infamous key pieces of British music memorabilia featured including David Bowie’s Ashes to Ashes clown suit and Ziggy Stardust costume, Noel Gallagher’s Union Jack guitar, Roger Daltrey’s Woodstock outfit and a vintage Amy Winehouse dress.

TNA Wrestling/Event Thank Fans for a Successful UK & Ireland Tour

Event Merchandise would like to thank all the fans for the TNA tour in the UK and Ireland. The atmosphere was electric as
TNA blew the roofs off in Dublin, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and London to sold out rapid TNA crowds.

If you missed out, TNA will be back later in the year. In the meantime, you can buy your TNA merchandise at www.tnaeurostore.com

Sherlock Holmes

Jeremy Goldsmith, Managing Director of Event Merchandise said “Sherlock Holmes is the worlds most famous and recognized fictional detective, the first pop icon of the modern age.”

“Like the air we breathe, Sherlock Holmes is everywhere. His pipe-smoking, deer stalkered image peers at us from ads in Yellow Pages, to signs for neighbourhood crime-watch; from billboards to the classroom; from film and television to the public library, and now over the Internet. He long ago transcended the boundaries of 19th Century London to become an international best-seller and has been accepted as part of British folklore. Holmes is alive to millions.”

To many, Holmes remains the standard for the modern day detective story.

Event Merchandising is representing Sherlock Holmes across the globe.
The Sherlock Holmes company has registered various trademarks to protect the well known silhouette.

Ben Hur Live and Event Merchandising

Event Merchandise are working with the producers of Ben Hur Live, the greatest spectacular of them all.
Event will be creating an authentic range of merchandise to be sold around the globe. The premier is at the O2 arena in September and travels all over Europe and the rest of the World.

The show has a sea battle, an orgy and music by Stewart Copeland, the drummer from the Police.

Franz Abraham, the producer of Ben Hur Live, had dreamt of adapting Lew Wallace’s 1880 novel, Ben-Hur: A Tale of Christ, for 15 years.

Ben-Hur is the story of a Jewish prince who becomes a galley slave and then a champion charioteer in the early 1st century AD. It was a hit play 100 years ago — the chariot race was depicted with live horses running on a treadmill device — and then an acclaimed silent film. For most people, however, it is indelibly associated with Charlton Heston in the 3½-hour epic released in 1959.

The nine-minute chariot race in William Wyler’s film is a Hollywood landmark and casts a giant shadow over any attempt to remake Ben-Hur. Other live chariot races have been staged over the years but none has evoked the same sense of danger and excitement.

“You have to feel the race. You have to smell it,” Abraham said. “The first rows will be only 3m from the race. You will get a drop of the horses’ sweat on your face and hear the sand and feel like you are under the horses.”

Two thousand years ago chariot racing was the Ancient World’s most popular spectator sport. The top teams were owned by wealthy patrons and followed by fanatical supporters who frequently fought street battles against each other after races. It delivered an addictive adrenalin rush to spectators and performers.

Estimates of the crowds at the Circus Maximus in Rome range from 150,000 to 250,000. According to the satirist Juvenal, who was in the last first century AD: “The people, who once conferred imperium, symbols of office, legions, everything, now hold themselves in check and anxiously desire only two things, the grain dole and chariot races in the Circus.”

Event merchandise will be creating Gladiator Swords, Helmets and other product from the times.

Event Merchandising at the Biffa

In order to keep the stars warm in the cold winter nights, Event Merchandising supplied fleece blankets together with the Goodie Bags for the British Independant Film Awards