Racing with Steven Procter

At Stagefreight, our team of drivers love being on the road. Their work has taken them across the UK, Europe and beyond thanks to our work as an event transport provider. Many of our team are fans of driving-related activities, too, and we’re proud to support a rising star in the motorcycling world.

Our Director, Chris Adgie, has been in touch with motorcycling legend Steven Procter for details on his latest activities. In this article, we’ll be taking a closer look at his remarkable career so far.

Steven Procter

Stagefreight became a sponsor of Steven Procter in 2018, but his career began some time before that. He debuted at the Manx Grand Prix in 2015, where he immediately started turning heads; Road Racing News said he “had an excellent record in pure road racing” and was “more than capable of standing on the podium.”

man riding motorcycle around a bend
Steven Procter in action.

2018 Races

In 2018, he competed at several short circuit and road race events across Europe. The highlight of 2018 was in the Manx Grand Prix senior race; Procter came 3rd and got a personal best lap, with an average speed of 120.5mph.

The Manx Grand Prix was first held in 1930, and started life in 1923 as an amateur-focussed event. Today’s motorcyclists race to complete four laps on the 37-mile Mountain Circuit, a challenging course where speeds approach 200mph. Its route—which is fraught with bends and curves—makes any victory a truly prestigious achievement.

2019 Races

We’re about halfway through the year, but Steven’s already seen some major racing achievements. He’s competed in the Tandragee 100—one of Northern Ireland’s most important road races—where he came 6th in the super sport class! He also came 9th in the open classes, with almost 300 entrants competing in this year’s event.

Steven later raced at Donington Park with the NG Road Racing club. He finished in 6th, 7th and 6th place again in the 600 class, while he came in 10th, 11th and 14th in the open class. More recently, in May, he raced at Cadwell Park at their King of the Mountain event.

man riding motorcycle on a sunny day
Another shot of Steven in his element.


Of course, the fun isn’t over yet; Steven will be returning to the Manx Grand Prix this year! Practice races for the event start on Saturday the 17th of August, with the Grand Prix wrapping up on Friday the 30th of August. We wish Steven every success in this event. Update from the 2019 Manx Grand Prix – Congratulations to Steven for placing 6th and a time of 01:16:59.693. Brilliant job! 

Steven Procter is going from strength to strength as a motorcyclist, and we’re very proud to be sponsoring him. If you’re looking for an event transport provider who really cares about sporting events, Stagefreight are happy to help.

When it comes to transport for live events, all of our drivers have plenty of experience and practical knowledge. We’re keenly aware of how important it is to time events properly, and we’ll make sure everything you need arrives when it’s meant to. We can also offer advice on lighting and acoustics, help construct any stages with your team, and handle documentation and paperwork if you’re travelling abroad.

If you’d like to learn more about our talented team of drivers, you can read our Meet the Drivers articles here and here. You can also learn more about our Director, Chris, in this article. If you’d like to make use of our services, you can learn more about them here, or give us a call on 0113 797 898.

Iconic Sports Events of Europe

Did you know that Stagefreight also provides transport for sporting events? We’re proud to offer transport for such popular activities, and we’re big fans of sport in all its forms. That’s why we’ve decided to take a closer look at the diverse sporting scene in the world today.

UEFA Europa League Final

Wednesday 29th May

Football fans can enjoy a thrilling match between Chelsea and Arsenal later this month. This year, the UEFA final takes place in Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan.

Fans will be able to enjoy all the football action in the Baku Olympic Stadium. Completed in 2015, the stadium has seating for almost 70,000 sports fans. It was first used for 2015’s European Games, and will see further use during UEFA’s 2020 matches.

Outside of the stadium, Baku has many interesting features. The city has expanded rapidly over the last few decades with many modern hotels and buildings, including the famous Flame Towers. It also offers the walled old town Icheri Sheher; designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it contains the Shirvanshahs Palace, which dates back to the 15th century. As official event transport partners for the match, we can’t wait to see this city up close!

The Tour de France

Saturday 6th July

This three-week bicycle race is one of the world’s most important (and famous) sporting events. The first Tour de France was organised in 1903, as a way to increase sales for a French newspaper called L’Auto. It has run almost every year since then, with the route and selection of riders expanding over the years.

2019’s race will begin in the Belgian capital of Brussels, in tribute to Belgian cyclist (and five-time winner) Eddy Merckx. From there, the 3,460km race passes through Colmar, Pont du Gard and Toulouse before ending in Paris.

This year’s route is particularly mountainous. Highlights include the Val Thorens ski resort, as well as the Col de Galibier and Cold’Iseran mountain passes. The latter is especially famous as Europe’s highest paved road, ensuring an exciting race for all the participants.

176 riders across 22 teams will be competing; Welsh cyclist Geraint Thomas—who won last year’s race—is among their numbers. Runners up Tom Dumoulin and Chris Froome will also have a shot at the prestigious yellow jersey. Other competitors include Thibualt Pinot, Vincenzo Nabal and 30-time stage winner Mark Cavendish.

The Tour de Yorkshire

The Tour de Yorkshire has become one of the UK’s biggest professional cycling stage races. It was inspired by the 2014 Tour de France, which departed from the West Yorkshire city of Leeds back in 2014. A dedicated Yorkshire bicycle race launched the following year, and has been a huge success for the region.

This year’s route started and finished in Leeds, winding its way across Yorkshire in the process. Cyclists visited 150 villages, towns and cities along the route, including Doncaster, Barnsley, Ilkley and Scarborough. The men’s and women’s courses also covered more than 800km between them.

Yorkshire’s hilly landscape makes it a particularly challenging route for cyclists. That didn’t stop about 250 cyclists from competing in the event; athletes came from all over the world to take part, with the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and South Africa all represented. Team Ineos cyclist Chris Lawless won 2019’s race, marking the first time a British cyclist has done so.

The Tour de Yorkshire has dramatically increased Yorkshire’s popularity. Last year’s race—which was broadcast in 190 countries—boosted Yorkshire’s economy by £98 million, while a record 2.6 million spectators attended 2018’s race. We expect to be watching the Tour de Yorkshire for many more years to come.

The MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix

Friday 9th–Saturday 11th August

Motorbike races take place around the world, but one of the most exciting is the Austrian Grand Prix. Taking place in Spielberg, Austria, the event brings together motorcyclists on one of Europe’s biggest tracks.

The Red Bull Ring is over 2.5 miles long, with nine hair-raising turns to challenge racers. It’s actually in its third incarnation; the original was built in 1969, and remodelled in 1977. The track later fell into disrepair, until it was reopened in 2011; today, it hosts both MotoGP and Formula One races. Italian motorcyclist Andrea Dovizioso holds the current circuit record.

The Austrian Grand Prix itself has also had a rocky history. The first one launched in 1971, and ran until 1997; however, it was cancelled the following year thanks to low spectator numbers. Fortunately the event was resurrected in 2016, and continues to be popular today.

The main race runs on Sunday the 11th of August, with free practices and qualifying races before then. We at Stagefreight are especially interested in motorbike racing at the moment; we’ve been sponsoring the talented Steven Procter, who is racing in the Manx Grand Prix later this year! We’ll be discussing him in more detail very soon.

NFL at Wembley and Tottenham

6th October, 13th October, 27th October & 3rd November

American football player on pitch in the evening

For our friends across the pond, football is a very different kind of ball game. If you’d like a taste of something a bit different, the NFL are bringing American football to the UK later this year.

American football fans can enjoy four different matches with eight teams, including the Chicago Bears, Carolina Panthers, Los Angeles Rams and the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Tottenham Hotspur games are the first NFL games to be played at the new stadium, which opened earlier this year. There have been just 28 American football games in London since 2007, making this a great opportunity for American football fans!

The Palio di Siena

2nd July & 16th of August

This event is Italy’s most famous horse race, taking place twice a year in the Tuscan city of Siena. Dating back to the sixth century, the race sees ten jockeys competing in a fast-paced, thrilling contest in the piazza del Campo.

Participants in the race are chosen from Siena’s 17 districts, or contrade; seven are given a place if they didn’t compete in the previous race, though three are chosen randomly. Interestingly, the jockeys don’t bring their own horses to the race. Instead, the organisers assign each contrada a horse before the race begins.

To win the race, jockeys must complete three laps around the piazza del Campo. There are half a dozen trial runs before the main event, as well as a parade featuring historical costumes. The race itself lasts about a minute and a half; jockeys ride without saddles, and it’s not unusual for horses to lose their riders in the process!

The Mud Olympics

Not all of Europe’s sporting events stretch back centuries. A new kid on the block is Germany’s Mud Olympics, which runs every two years in the town of Brunsbuettel.

The Mud Olympics take place on the mud flats at the mouth of the river Elbe. Athletes come to participate in events like football and volleyball, with varying degrees of success. Other highlights include the Rubber Boot Toss and sledge racing, using sledges suitable for the mud flats of the area.

The Mud Olympics launched in 2004 to raise money for cancer patients and their relatives. Since then, the event has raised over €330,000 via tickets and entry fees! Over 40 teams compete in the games, with contestants coming from Germany and its neighbouring countries. Look out for the next Mud Olympics in 2020!

Dreamhack Rotterdam

Friday 18th October–Sunday 20th October

Pair of people playing football video game on PlayStation

Over the last few years, esports have exploded in both prestige and popularity. Later this year, the South Holland city of Rotterdam is hosting an exciting festival dedicated to the medium!

Billing itself as the world’s greatest digital entertainment festival, Dreamhack Rotterdam will host a range of esports competitions, cosplay competitions and a dedicated area for video streamers. The highlight of the event is an open tournament for Counterstrike:Global Offensive, a popular online shooter with 11 million players per month. With a grand prize of $100,000, expect fierce competition amongst the contestants!

With other attractions like giveaways, contests and meet-and-greet opportunities, Dreamhack reflects the changing face of the modern sports scene. You can learn more about the festival at the official website.

WWE Live in Europe

Tuesday 12th November—Wednesday 13th November

World Wrestling Entertainment runs some of the world’s most popular pro wrestling matches. Though it rose to prominence in the USA, the wrestling stars visit Europe on a regular basis. You’ll be able to see their latest European matches very soon.

So far, two European dates have been announced. On Tuesday the 12th of November, Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, Alexa Bliss and many more wrestlers will appear at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. On Wednesday the 13th of November, Roman Reigns, Xavier Woods, Charlotte Flair and many others will appear at the Hallenstadion in Zurich. More dates will be announced nearer the time.

There’s no end of exciting sporting events to look forward to this year; whether you’re interested in the main events or the more unusual ones, there really is something for everyone to enjoy! If you’re thinking of putting on your own live event—indoors or outdoors—Stagefreight are the event transport provider you need.

Our talented team of drivers are experts at transporting materials for live events. We know how essential timing is for events like these, and we’ll ensure everything arrives right on time. If you have any lighting or acoustic specifications, we’ll offer advice and even help build the stage with your team. We can also support you during exhibitions, and we’ll handle documentation and paperwork if you’re travelling abroad.

For more information, visit our Services page or call us today on 0113 797 898.

The Biggest Comedy Events in Europe


For many people, comedy shows are no laughing matter. They’re the perfect opportunity to see some of the best comedians in the world, and you want to find one that’s just right for you.

With our experience in event haulage, we know a thing or two about a great comedy show.

Whether you want to see some old favourites or you’re planning to put your own show on the road, we’ve rounded up some of the best comedy events Europe has to offer.


Mount Olymprov

Tuesday 4th–Saturday 8th June 2019


If you’d like some sunshine with your silliness, you may want to consider Mount Olymprov.

This Greek comedy festival, now in its fourth year, takes place at the Alpha.Idea theatre in downtown Athens.

This year’s show features performers from across the globe; countries as diverse as Greece, Bulgaria, Australia and Ireland are all represented in this year’s lineup.

 There’s an impressive selection of shows to look forward to. 

The Bat! is a 12-person improv show that takes place entirely in the dark, while Just Play! takes inspiration from objects borrowed from the audience. Meanwhile, Connected—by The Challengers—aims to highlight the connections that bind all of us together.

If you fancy having a go at improv yourself, a dozen different instructors are available for coaching sessions during the festival itself.

Alternatively, if you’re ready to take a break from the improv, join the other festivalgoers on a trip to the island of Agistri. With plenty of plantlife, sandy beaches and a tranquil atmosphere, it’s the perfect way to unwind.

Read more about the show here.

The Edinburgh Fringe

Friday 2nd–Monday 26th August 2019

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This annual event bills itself as the single biggest celebration of arts and culture on the planet.

It runs every August for three weeks in Scotland’s capital, with thousands of performers from around the world taking part. 

As you might expect the Edinburgh Fringe has a diverse range of shows to enjoy, including dance, opera and standup events.

However, the Fringe has a particular reputation for quality comedy shows, with plenty of top talent for patrons to choose from 

Old favourites like Al Murray, Reginald D Hunter and Milton Jones are all attending this year’s Fringe, as well as newer faces like Henning Wehn & Adam Kay.

If you want to try something a little different, there are plenty of other options to choose from; shows such as Improvabunga! offer a more unpredictable comedy experience, while others like Daliso Chaponda look at the weird world of disgraced historical figures.

Whatever your tastes, there’s something for everyone to look forward to!

For a wider look at the wonders of the Edinburgh Fringe, check out the official website.


Barcelona Improv Group

Monday 4th–Sunday 10th November 2019

triumphal arch Barcelona

Looking for something surprising and unexpected? Look no further; this festival celebrates improv comedy in all its shapes.

The Barcelona Improv Group takes suggestions from their audience to create a freeform, one-of-a-kind experience. Their work takes theatrical improv to a new level, with the joy of discovery and emotional depth its primary motivation.

The Big If 6 festival, hosted by the group, offers improv shows and workshops for all improv fans.

Although this year’s lineup has yet to be announced, last year’s festival featured a diverse selection of performers.

Highlights included British musical soloist Phil Lunn, London long form group “Do Not Adjust Your Stage”, and international group “True Story”.

There will also be a comprehensive programme of workshops if you fancy a go at improv yourself.

To learn more about the Improv Group, and get the latest updates on this year’s show, go to the official website.

Utrecht International Comedy Festival

Friday 6–Saturday 7th August 2020

Utrecht cathedral

This event is the biggest comedy festival in The Netherlands, attracting comedians from several different countries.

Next year’s show will mark its eighth year in operation, and there’s plenty for comedy fans to enjoy.

Comedians at the festival come from places like The Netherlands, Belgium, Japan, the UK and Canada.

This ensures there’s plenty to offer both foreign visitors and local comedy enthusiasts. 2019’s show featured local talent like Berit Companjen, Yunus Aktas and Patrick Meijer, while the likes of Tamar Broadbent, Lauren Pattison and Maisie Adam represented the UK. 

If you’ve got a hunger for some good food alongside your comedy, have no fear; the festival’s Food Street offers a variety of food trucks with international cuisine to savour!

For more details on next year’s show, visit the official website.

Leicester Comedy Festival

Wednesday 5- Sunday 23rd February 2020


If Edinburgh isn’t too practical for you, you might want to consider the Leicester Comedy Festival instead.

Founded in 1994, the festival celebrates British comedy while supporting new talent.

The festival has only gone from strength to strength since then; this year’s show ran for 19 days, and featured over 870 events across 72 venues.

Some huge names made an appearance at the festival, too; stars like Jo Brand, Johnny Vegas, and Zoe Lyons were in attendance, as well as the likes of Sarah Millican, Jason Manford and Rich Hall.

If you’re looking for something more family-friendly, 2019 saw the launch of the first UK Kids’ Comedy Festival. This was a programme of shows, workshops and events aimed at children 12 and under.

Although 2019’s show has come to a close, 2020’s show is still on the horizon. Look for more information about the show at the official website.

Altitude Festival

April 2020

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Image Credit: CSG Ltd

This unusual festival takes place at the Mayrhofen Ski Resort in Austria.

Co-founded by Marcus Brigstocke (who’s appeared on QI, The Now Show and Live at the Apollo) and Andrew Maxwell (Mock the Week, Love Island), it’s a great way to enjoy some top comedy in truly gorgeous surroundings.

Brigstocke and Maxwell were in attendance at this year’s show, and joined by top comedians like Terry Alderton and Zoe Lyons.

There was also plenty of new talent on display like former bouncer Emmanuel Sonubi, and Altitude newcomers Naz Osmanoglu and Abigoliah Schamaun.

And with an extensive ski area surrounding the festival, this is one event that’s tough to beat!

For the latest information on this festival, visit the official Altitude Festival website.


Eastern European Comedy Festival

Various shows throughout the year

Sihastria Monastery

This London festival is dedicated to comedic talent from across Eastern Europe.

Consisting of several smaller shows throughout the year, each one offers a diverse cross-section of European talent.

Countries as diverse as Turkey, Finland, Serbia, Italy and Croatia are all represented, making this an excellent way to expand your comedy palate.

Comedy Borsch events bring together about half a dozen comics from across Eastern Europe, all of which perform in English for your benefit.

However, last year’s festival boasted several solo outings as well.

Romanian standup Victor Pãtrãşcan ruminated on nationality, immigration and half a dozen other topics, while Radu Isac took things in a silly direction with the show “Good Excuses for Sociopaths”.

2020 shows are due to be announced, but you can count on next year’s show being as dynamic and diverse as the last one. For further details, visit the official site here.

Has this comedy festival roundup tickled your funny bone?

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Our drivers can even assist with lighting choices and help build a stage with your team.

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Whether you want to put on a pop-up event, make a last-minute venue change or add to an existing lineup, Stagefreight are ready to help you out.

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What Makes Yorkshire the King of Entertainment

Yorkshire is more than rolling fields, roast beef and flat caps. Take it from an expert in event transport; it’s a hotbed of culture that’s produced and inspired some of the UK’s best plays, films and live events.

That’s why in honour of Yorkshire Day, we’ve put together this list of Yorkshire’s best entertainment. Whether you’re into theatre, music events or other entertainment, it’s waiting for you in God’s own country!

The History Boys

The History Boys was written by Alan Bennett, best known for works like Talking Heads and The Lady in the Van. It first appeared at London’s Royal National Theatre back in 2004. It’s also been performed on Bennett’s home turf in venues like the West Yorkshire Playhouse.

The play follows eight Sheffield schoolboys who are attempting to gain entry to Oxford and Cambridge. However, they must do so amidst a clash of teaching styles, sexual tension and dubious student-teacher relationships. The original performance featured top actors like James Corden, Richard Griffiths, Frances de la Tour, Dominic Cooper and Russell Tovey.

A film adaptation of the play was released two years later, and featured the original stage cast. Both versions got a positive reception; the original production received the Laurence Olivier Award, while the original Broadway production won six Tony Awards and five Drama Desk Awards. The film was also nominated for several awards, including the BAFTAs for Best Actor and Supporting Actress.

The Railway Children

Edith Nesbit’s story–first published in 1906–is a fixture of English children’s literature. It follows three children who must move to Yorkshire after the wrongful imprisonment of their father. With the aid of an elderly gentleman who takes the train near their home, they are able to prove their father’s innocence.

The original story has seen several adaptations, but the 1970 film is probably the most famous. Starring Bernard Cribbins, it was filmed on location at the Keighley and Worth Valley heritage railway. The original story has also been adapted for the theatre, and performed around the world.

The first stage performance took place in Kent in 2005, with a new version appearing at York’s National Railway Museum three years later. One of its more lavish productions–at King’s Cross Theatre in London–featured a purpose-built venue and a real steam engine as part of the set. With further performances in Denmark and Toronto, this is one Yorkshire story that has earned global appeal!

Calendar Girls

Back in 1998, Yorkshire woman Angela Baker lost her husband John to blood cancer. To honour his memory, Angela decided to raise money for a sofa in John’s hospital.

But rather than arranging a bake sale or running a marathon, Angela and her friends took a different approach–producing and starring in a nude calendar. The calendar exploded in popularity, selling more than 200,000 copies. The group’s efforts went on to raise more than £3 million for the charity Bloodwise, which funds research and raises awareness of blood cancer.

Angela’s story inspired a film starring Helen Mirren, Julie Walters and Celia Imrie, as well as a stage production and a musical. Tim Firth and Gary Barlow wrote the musical together, before it premiered in Leeds in 2015.

The musical has received rave reviews since its launch; The Guardian‘s Michael Billington said that “rather than seem like a piece of cynical exploitation, the show suggests the story has now achieved its ideal form.” The Independent‘s Paul Taylor said it was “a fresh and joyous attempt to reinvent the material”, while London Theatre‘s Mark Shenton praised the show’s “completely confident and warming display of real, open-hearted camaraderie”.

The Great Yorkshire Show

This major event is a celebration of Yorkshire’s farming, food and countryside. It sees more than 130,000 visitors (and 8,500 animals) coming together for a three-day programme of food, farming, and everything else!

This year’s show hosted many different animal events, including several equestrian classes and judging for cattle, pigs, sheep and goats. It also had a wide range of other attractions including an art show, a fashion show and demonstrations from Yorkshire chefs. Attendees feeling competitive could even compete in horse shoeing, sheep shearing and wrought ironwork! Whatever your interests, the Great Yorkshire Show has something to whet every appetite.

Next year’s Great Yorkshire Show takes place from Tuesday the 9th to Thursday the 11th of July. Visit the official website for more information.

Deer Shed Festival

guitar in field

This North Yorkshire event pitches itself as the UK’s ultimate family friendly festival. 2018’s festival boasted an eclectic lineup of musicians including Goldfrapp, Public Service Broadcasting and Nadine Shah. But music isn’t the only thing going on; there’s plenty of other activities for everyone to enjoy.

Besides the obvious alternatives (like comedy and spoken word events) there’s plenty of child-friendly activities too. This year the likes of Northern Ballet, Leeds City College and recycling charity WasteAid all hosted workshops. Attendees who were feeling a little more creative could enjoy more unusual activities like acrylic marbling, lino printing and a ukulele jam!

Of course camping is a rich festival tradition, and Deer Shed offered several ‘glamping’ options. Choose from affordable options by Tangerine Fields, vintage tents from the 1970s or a spot of luxury in a tipi or yurt!

2018’s festival is finished now, but you can learn more about 2019’s event at the official website.

The Gilbert and Sullivan Festival

William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan were the Victorian era’s most famous opera-writing team. The London duo brought us comic operas like H.M.S. Pinafore and The Pirates of Penzance. Now their work has found a new home in Harrogate’s Royal Hall.

The Gilbert and Sullivan Festival ran for 20 years in the Peak District before arriving at its current North Yorkshire home. It’s a great chance to see many of the pair’s operas for yourself. Enjoy famous shows like The Mikado, or sample lesser-known works such as Haddon Hall.

However, visitors won’t just be enjoying the operas themselves; the festival is running a series of talks on secondary topics too. They’ll get the chance to learn about Victorian theatres, costumes, choreography and the place Gilbert and Sullivan have in today’s theatre scene.

Whether you’re an old fan or a new initiate, the festival is the perfect chance to see these stalwarts of British theatre! 2018’s festival runs from Wednesday the 8th to Monday the 27th of August; visit the official website for more information.

The Great Yorkshire Fringe 

cow licking nose

The Great Yorkshire Fringe is an annual festival that offers a wide selection of comedy, variety and family entertainment across the city of York. Its third year has just finished but the reception of the Fringe was huge, with many realizing that the Great Yorkshire Fringe will be giving the famous Edinburgh Fringe a run for its money soon. 

The comedic acts of the 2018 fringe included comedy legend Michael Legend in conversation with Robert Ross. There was also a highly popular improvised parody that was ideal for Doctor Who fans of all ages called “Any suggestions, Doctor?”. 

But The Great Yorkshire Fringe isn’t just a laughing matter. This year’s event also featured two theatre productions by Squabbling House Theatre (Blink by Phil Porter and Scratch), as well as Deborah Kelly performing one of Allen Bennett’s Talking Heads monologues – “A Lady of Letters”. 

As you can see Yorkshire has plenty to offer, whether your tastes run to food, film, theatre or live shows.

The county is great at putting on a show, and that’s why we believe it deserves to be known as the king of entertainment. 

If you’d like to host an equally epic event and venture outside of Yorkshire with it, you’re in luck!

At Stagefreight event transport for theatre productions, music events and outdoor festivals is exactly what we do and we make a proper job of it all, too.

If you’re looking to put on a theatre production we can cater for shows of all shapes and sizes, from a single van to 28-trailer behemoths. Our experience with Opera North and the English National Ballet has given us the know-how to deliver a flawless operation, every single time.

If you’re running a live event, we know how important it is that things arrive on schedule. Our lead driver personally oversees the trailer arrival, so everything is on time. Our drivers can also support you with lighting choices, help build the stage with your team, and plan the most efficient route to the event, saving you time and money in the process.

Visit our Contact Us page to get in touch, and let us help make your next event a masterpiece!