ABTT Theatre Show returns to Ally Pally
Monday, 5 February 2024
venueAlexandra Pace will host the Theatre Show once again
UK - The ABTT Theatre Show is set to return for its 44th edition once more at Alexandra Palace on 5-6 June.
Over 150 brands will showcase their products and services. In addition, there will be more activities including skills workshops, training, seminars, demonstrations, CV surgeries, career advice and free hearing tests.
The ABTT Theatre Show always attracts a broad range of visitors at all stages of their careers alongside an ever-increasing list of exhibitors from all areas of the industry!
The two-day event will include a wide range of free seminars on the latest industry topics which run alongside the busy show floor. This year’s programme will be announced soon.
The ABTT will once again be providing a wide variety of hands-on skills-based sessions, including taster sessions from the ABTT Bronze Award for Theatre Technicians.
ABTT events manager, Elysia Moore, comments, “It is the 44th edition of the ABTT Theatre Show this year and the event just keeps on getting bigger. The Theatre Show prides itself on growing to meet the Industry’s needs. We will be presenting tailored seminars covering essential topics, building on the popular Skills Workshops introduced last year to promote the need for continuous education and continuing with the in-demand Careers and Professional Development Hub which helps to join the dots between employer and potential employee and guide visitors on the next steps in their career.
“2024 sees more exhibitors on the show floor than ever before and I am delighted that the ABTT Theatre Show remains such a popular event with our visitors too."
ABTT CEO, Robin Townley, comments, “We are very pleased that the ABTT Theatre Show continues to serve the theatre and live performance sector so effectively. It is tremendous that the event recovered so promptly after the pandemic and that we have seen major growth over the last three years. We very much hope we shall continue to offer our exhibitors and visitors a uniquely useful show, with a tremendous atmosphere and at which everyone can rekindle their excitement and passion for being part of live performance.”

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