Anthony McNeill joins made as Press Representative for our client the Broadway Collection / Broadway Inbound.
After a successful three years in London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has hit Broadway. A new addition to the Broadway Collection, it began previews at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on Tuesday 28 March.
Broadway’s biggest show 42nd Street, has arrived on the West End’s biggest stage at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and made was there to introduce the travel trade to this dazzling new production.
Together with our client City Cruises, the made team enjoyed one of the key events of the travel trade calendar; the British Travel & Trade Show 2017. made co-ordinated the stand for City Cruises.
made recently designed and built the SEE Education stand for the 2017 Education show, held at the NEC in Birmingham 16-18 March 2017.
On 16 March, made introduced a host of tourism professionals to The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes and helped them find their inner super hero.
Last week made co-ordinated a FAM trip to the critically acclaimed and multi Tony Award-winning Broadway transfer of An American in Paris to the Dominion Theatre.
made were once again in attendance at ExploreGB 2017 held at The Brighton Centre 2-3 March 2017.
Dutch actress Willemijn Verkaik is a star of the hit Musical ‘Wicked’ in London and UK Netherlands Embassy staff recently joined British travel trade VIPs to see her perform.
Prior to taking over the role ‘Elphaba’ in London, Willemijn previously played the role on Broadway, and is the only actress to have played ‘Elphaba’ in three languages.