Times Two Productions have once again been contracted to produce, direct and supply all entertainment for this spectacular evening. We have a fantastic team of dancers, stilt walker and the amazing Navi King of Pop impersonating the one and only Michael Jackson in our Day of the Dead themed show, with of course, our Bollywood Finale!!! Big thanks to Zoe Meadows, Anthony Johns and Style Mantra for the incredible costumes and props.
A great week of shows at Safety & Health Expo on the SHE Live Stage. Thanks to UBM for a second great year at the show and to our dancers who are amazing!
Times Two Productions were delighted to provide our lovely presenter Karen Witchells-Plunkett to front Peugeots rolling brand immersion to their dealer community. A big thanks to AddingValue again for putting your trust in us, to provide the best people for the job. Well done Karen!!!
Times Two Production’s ladies are at the Chelsea Flower Show this week! Have fun girls! Elizabeth Cavell, Courtney Murray and Alicia Clarke. With thanks to Easigrass, AddingValue and John Lewis.
Well done to Times Two Production’s M&S guys chosen for Wednesday’s Show. Mark Torres, Johnny White, Paulius Frejus and Jace Moody.
Times Two Productions have been invited by Marks and Spencer to produce and direct a fashion show for their International Buyers Conference today. We are at 155 Bishopsgate, London which is a lovely venue, with a great team of our models.
Times Two Productions are proud to have produced and directed the whole evening’s entertainment at the prestigious British Curry Awards for the second year in a row at Battersea Evolution. Over 2,500 people attended the event, including leading politicians and it is heralded as the Baftas of the Curry World! Thank you, Enam Ali for your continued loyalty and the whole evening was amazing!! Costumes by Trends Entertainment.
Times Two Productions continue to work in the corporate and professional clothing sector and were delighted to produce the catwalk show at The Professional Clothing Show this week at the Birmingham NEC for Yvette Ashby and the team at director-e.