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Lantern Floating Festival 2020 – Live Streamed

Location Surrey, UK Guests 1,200 physical10,000 virtually (online) Type of Event Festival The brief Each year, the Shinnyo-en UK temple holds a lantern floating festival for over 1,000 visitors. However, with COVID-19, social-distancing restrictions in place and many events already cancelled, our client knew this event couldn’t happen as they’d have liked. Talking it through […]

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10 Years of Wimbledon Bookfest

Location Wimbledon Common, London Guests 15k+ over 10 days Type of Event Local Festival Matt Turner is the founder and Managing Director of Clownfish Events Limited, a bespoke event management company based in London. Planning your own festival, literary or otherwise? I would recommend Clownfish without hesitation. Since working with them, Wimbledon Bookfest has gone […]

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Shinnyo Village Festival

Facts & Figures 10 marquees 1500 wireless headsets 5 language channels 29 LED screens 1 custom-built staircase 2 festival stages 0.5km of festoon lighting The brief Clownfish has worked with the Shinnyo-en UK Temple before (check out last year’s atmospheric Lantern Floating Festival), so it was great to be trusted by the community there to deliver […]

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Arts Festival

Location Wimbledon Common, London Guests 60k+ over 10 days Type of Event Technical Production A nine year partnership, still going strong. The brief Bookfest is an annual project we hold dear. 2017 marked our ninth successful year working with its organisers to bring this magical event to life.  As production partner, it’s Clownfish’s job to design, supply, […]

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Shinnyo Lantern Floating Festival

Location Shinnyo-en UK Temple, Surrey Guests 1000 Type of Event Community Event Supporting moments of reflection and appreciation. Every summer families, mixed faith groups and community representatives gather at the Shinnyo-en UK Temple for a traditional Buddhist lantern floating ceremony. With its origins in the ancient Japanese custom of remembering loved ones who have passed away, […]