- Torin Douglas, Media Correspondent, BBC News, considers how the coalition government may affect culture, specifically the BBC, the Olympics, the Lottery and digital media policy.
Our Cultural Tourism event on 25 May is fast approaching and in the lead up to this jam packed programme we’re publishing four FREE resources to give you some top tips and tools for attracting visitors to the capital to your event or venue. That’s over 25 million potential audience members!
This first short how to guide outlines the number of ways in which Visit London can help you signpost your organisation to visitors to London, including useful guides and toolkits, marketing and PR opportunities, editorial and event listings. Download this document from our website here.
Upcoming resources include:
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Wish You Were Here… Cultural Tourism for arts and heritage in London
25 May 2010, 10am – 5.30pm
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium & Foyer
Price: £95.00 +VAT | Early Bird Rate £75.00 +VAT (Book before 6 May)
Book your place now
Shape, the UK’s leading disability arts organisation, have developed a free resource pack aimed at encouraging new ways of engaging with the London Olympics, particularly for disabled audiences and artists.
In conjunction, they’re also running the My Games Competition. Tell Shape what the Olympics mean to you and you could win a games console…