MAMA & Company is a live venue and artist management company which was founded in 2005 and owns and operates a number of live music venues and festivals in the United Kingdom. Their approach to live music is to offer an integrated model, which means that they manage and promote artists, engage with brands wishing to reach their customer base, handle ticketing, production and bar operations in house whilst operating a creative department that ties the live experience together.
In the live music sector, MAMA is one of the leading venue operators in the UK. The company's portfolio includes six London venues and four regional venues: Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen, The Forum in Kentish Town, The Borderline, The Jazz Cafe, The Garage in Islington, The Barfly, The Institute, The Picture House in Edinburgh, The Ritz and East Village Arts Club in Liverpool . The artist services business is responsible for the direct management of over 40 musical artists. The venues range in capacities from 300 to 2,300 and have played host to some of the world's most successful artists including Rihanna, Florence and the Machine, Stereophonics, Oasis, Coldplay, The Killers and Adele.
In addition, MAMA operates award-winning national and international festivals and events which include Lovebox held annually in Victoria Park, London, Wilderness, held annually in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, The Great Escape, held annually in Brighton, Global Gathering held annually in Stratford-upon-Avon and Global Gathering, Godskitchen and Future Gods events held annually in worldwide locations. Through their network of businesses MAMA create, source, manage and distribute music and entertainment content through their venues, festivals, tech platforms and publications. MAMA offer fans a wide variety of music, entertainment and engagement with their favourite artists, venues and festivals.
The business consists of live music operations and a number of support businesses that enable the driving of content through infrastructure on venues and festivals.
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