(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
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
Kilimanjaro Live has been listed at number 19 in the 2017 Pollstar Year End Worldwide top 100 Promoters, which is based on ticket sales.
The Women in Music Awards (arranged by Music Week, in association with AIM and UK Music) is a celebratory event which recognises the achievements of brilliant executives, great careers and achievements of women in music. The Roll Of Honour includes game-changing female executives from across the industry, with this year’s
The producers of Dinosaurs in the Wild today revealed that the new multimillion-pound hit attraction will be making its way to London from 12th February 2018. After a successful launch at Birmingham’s NEC earlier this year, prior to moving on to Manchester’s EventCity this October, the show’s unique time machine
One of the UK’s leading music promoters has called on Google to stop taking adverts from secondary ticketing companies found to be operating “in breach of the law”. Stuart Galbraith, CEO of Kilimanjaro Live, which works with acts including Ed Sheeran, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The 1975, claimed Google
Kilimanjaro Live Promoter Mark Walker and Co Founder of Free Focus Management talks about the new breed of talent coming through social media and how to turn that into a live experience and show in this weeks Music Week