How to run a COVID-Safe Creative Event
Confused about how to make your creative event COVID-safe? Unsure about the latest health and safety guidance for events?
Join us for this special online Creative Café and have your questions answered by Ben Bodsworth from Bedfordshire-based events experts, BT Events.
Ask your questions around how you can shape your creative event, both large and small to take into consideration COVID and all things health and safety.
Ben comes fresh from the team delivering production at this year’s socially distanced Greenwich & Docklands International Festival, London’s leading festival of free outdoor theatre and performing arts.
Order of events, eg:
- Main event
- Live Q & A (book to take part on Zoom)
Online via Zoom — book to get the link.
- Luton creatives: £5
- Non-Luton creatives: £8
Only 30 places available.
Ben Bodsworth is a production and safety manager specialising in outdoor and cultural events. He has worked on high-profile national events including Hogmanay in Edinburgh and the Greenwich & Docklands International Festival as well as a variety of cultural, local authority and privately funded outdoor and cultural events across Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire since 2011.
In 2016, Ben set up his own company which supported events with estimated audiences totalling over 150,000 people locally in 2019.
Ben’s passion is to ensure events are delivered safely to a high standard whilst working in an open town centre, park or venue environment.
Ben says: “Ensuring artists, stakeholders and audience members feel safe is a key part of any event and we only have one chance to get that right. In 2020 that is particularly important as the events sector begins to re-emerge, people’s first experiences following the lockdown period will shape their feelings for a long time to come”.