Hai Media Group helped the Future of Sound/Future of Light UK tour with online promotions of the event’s London showcase evening at Goldsmith’s College, 24 March 2009. The event is the brainchild of 80s pop star Martyn Ware (The Human League and Heaven 17) and his business partner Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Yazoo, The Assembly and Erasure), who together head the Illustrious Company, providing a 3D sound system for events, art exhibitions and architectural spaces.
Attention for this year’s Future of Sound/Future of Light tour was gained in a number of outlets, including being featured with:
Future of Sound/Future of Light continues to tour the UK, with next stops being:
The Sage Gateshead
BFI IMAX, London
Hai Media Group’s debut of an all-female revue of The Wind in the Willows was met with smiles, laughs and applause at The Secret Garden Party festival of art and music.
Our cast included a line-up of talented women who entertained the festival attendants as Toad (Lisa Devaney), Lead Weasel (Ali Rawlings), Badger (Mary Epworth), Ratty (Lucy Lowe) and Mole (Cheyne Pride). We also had supporting weasels and rabbits thanks to Andy and Sadie Spector, Emma Simpkins, and Will Twynham.
For a full-write up about the show, please visit these blog posts:
View more photos here:
Hai Media Group’s House of Hee Haw! hillbilly cabaret comedy will feature at Little Bit Country, Little Bit Rock n Roll for the new country rock club night’s In Co-Dependence Day party celebrating America’s Fourth of July Independence Day holiday.
“Get used to it! You’re stuck with us!” said Chyene Pride, who is the fun-loving founder of London’s live music and entertainment club night Little Bit Country Little Bit Rock n Roll.
Chyene Pride is a talented country rock musician who has pooled entertainment talent from across London for this annual American holiday celebration. She’s also the lead Cheerleader in her dance troupe’s Cheer-A-Go-Go, and the lead singer in her band The Wildcat Tamers.
To find out more information, please download this flyer: co-dependence-day-party
***EVENT BONUS OFFER: Guests to Co-Dependence Day also get a FREE hot dog, and a cowboy hat to wear for the night. Print out the eFlyer and bring it along to get entry, and your free hat and hot dog. £5 entry fee.
JOIN THE MYSPACE GROUP AT WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LITTLEBITCOUNTRYUK
Cheyne Pride has a long history in music and entertainment, including having a chart topping pop song in the 80s “Call Me Mr. Telephone”. Watch the music video here:
Cheyne Pride Sings Call Me Mr. Telephone (1985)
PRESENTING: THE HOUSE OF HEE HAW!
The House of Hee Haw! is a new entertainment production of the Hai Media Group, following a well-received debut performance of this comedy cabaret act at the Finger in the Pie festival held at Madam JoJo’s in London’s Soho, on April 6th 2008, this comedy performance group is now booking appearances in the UK, EU and USA.
This is rock ‘n roll entertainment at its best, offering an Americana-style slapstick comedy performance that is easily incorporated for any showcase evening of music, variety act line-up or as a participating artist troupe in festivals. The House of Hee Haw! can also be booked as a full club night event, for any venue, that combines original multimedia visuals with theatre, burlesque, live music, DJs, stand-up comedy, and visiting performance guests from the USA.
Want to find out when the next performance is? Please join the House of Hee Haw! group on Facebook.
Please find more information about the House of Hee Haw! here:
London Loves to Hee Haw!
Spending Time in Soho Part I http://whatleydude.vox.com/library/post/spending-time-in-soho—part-1.html
The Burly Q Blog
House of Hee Haw! Photos
*Photos of the House of Hee Haw! are by:
For booking information please contact Lisa Devaney at:
lisa [at] haimediagroup [dot] com
(+44) (0) 7711238173
View our launch press release here:
Hai Media Group Opens for Business
On Wednesday, 30th January 2008, the Hai Media Group officially opened for business. The agency represents new branding for consultantcy work its founder and director Lisa Devaney has been providing since 2002.
Why hai? Hai means yes in Japanese, and is a positive affirmational statement that we apply to working with all of our clients and business associates.
For more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org