Our clients include the BBC, The Urbis Museum, The Gadget Show and North One Television, the Museum of Science and Industry, BAFTA, Eurogamer Network and the National Media Museum as well as many more.
Below are some recent examples of work we have carried out.
Videogame Nation is a fun-filled exhibition charting the meteoric rise of videogaming - from the geek-tastic realm of the bedroom programmer to the multi-billion pound industry it is today.
The creators of the highly successful Videogame Nation contacted Replay Events for assistance in providing equipment for their acclaimed exhibition. Various machines and games were provided for the display, as well as advice in the early planning stages. The display is in its second year and after its debut at the Urbis Museum in Manchester has been on the road for over twelve months.
Recently, Replay Events were asked to provide additional machines and handheld games consoles. It is currently in The Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives until September 2011.
The Eurogamer Expo is regarded as the biggest and most important gaming expo of the year.
Since 2011 Replay Events have been working alongside Eurogamer to provide the Retro Zone to the Eurogamer Expo. The Retro Zone was one of the most popular features of the 2011 Eurogamer Expo and was described as "the best retro area I’ve ever seen at ANY trade show, and that includes E3" by one journalist.
Our 2012 retro zone at Eurogamer Expo was even visited by gaming God Hideo Kojima himself
who was so impressed he tweeted pictures of our display.
Replay Events are continuing their work with Eurogamer Network on other shows to be announced in 2013.
The Gadget Show and North One Television
The Gadget Show is a British television series focusing on technology and is broadcast on Channel 5 once a week in the UK.
Recently, The Gadget Show did two features celebrating the birthdays of Sega's 'Sonic' character and Nintendo's 'Mario' character. The show producers, North One Television, sought assistance from us in sourcing several consoles and games, which were used in the filming of two episodes.
The Museum of Science and Industry
The Museum of Science and Industry's mission is to make science and industry inspirational, highlighting the region's rich and continuing contribution. Their vision is to be a world class cultural attraction right at the heart of everything Manchester has to offer.
The 2011 theme at the MOSI is Computing, and Replay Events will be working throughout the year to assist the Museum in providing several exhibitions and displays centred around computing and video gaming.
The first exhibition we did with the museum was billed as great success with praise in local media and on the internet. Replay Events will continue to work closely with the museum providing machines, games, educational material and assistance when required.
National Media Museum
The National Media Museum is situated in the heart of Bradford, and aims to be the best museum in world for inspiring people to learn about, engage with and create media. The Games Lounge is one of the first things you'll notice when you visit the Museum, with its illuminated Tetris blocks and eye-catching Space Invaders graphics on the building's glass façade.
Replay Events worked with the National Media Museum and helped supply them with games, consoles and computers for their Games Lounge. We also assisted in sourcing various display pieces for their National Videogame Archive. The Games Lounge has proved to be a particularly successful feature at the National Media Museum and we are continuing our work with the Museum on future displays and collections.
For the past two years Replay Events has been the sole supplier of classical gaming equipment to the annual British Academy Video Game Awards aftershow party.
The awards are the highlight of the videogaming calendar and are attended by video game industry leaders as well as many celebrities including Jonathan Ross, Charlie Higson, Dara O'Brien and Zane Lowe.Working with BAFTA, Replay Events have provided a selection of multiplayer games and consoles for attendees to play on at the exclusive aftershow party which has proved to be very popular
BBC Radio Lancashire
BBC Radio Lancashire is the BBC Local Radio service for the county of Lancashire, in North West England. The studio complex in the centre of Blackburn is also home to an interactive drop-in and exhibition centre.
The exhibition area was transformed into an 80’s gamers paradise – as the BBC challenged dads from the county to bring their children and show them how they used to do it! Over a dozen consoles were supplied by us for visitors to play on; all the classics were represented, with machines from Sega, Nintendo, Atari and Grandstand loaded with great games that time forgot.