Events and Programming

Successful transformation is marked by celebration, inspiration, provocation and focused thinking.

always possible has designed and delivered hundreds of memorable small and big scale events.

We help recognise extraordinary people and interrogate good ideas.

Our pop-up, long-form, face-to-face and online events have been attended by thousands of curious people.

From intimate seminars to conferences and year-long festivals, we co-design memorable gatherings with our clients.

 

Talks | Roadshows | Conferences & Debates | Summits | Festivals

Events and Programming

“The always possible team are extremely well-networked and able to facilitate connections at a wide and narrow scope. Organised, flexible and accommodating in event support, informed and knowledgeable about the sectors in which they operate. They rapidly adjusted and accommodated the cancellation of physical event and provided informed and expert advice about online options.”

Stuart Hedley, University of Brighton View case study

“We have attended several of the events that always possible curate and facilitate. They are all about sharing ideas, innovation, being curious, future thinking and community. If you want to be inspired, learn lots and be part of something special, then definitely check them out.”

Meg Fenn, Shake It Up Creative

The always possible team attended the first ideas meeting that I held, pledging their support to help start up a new festival of theatre for children and young people.

A few months later I picked up the phone and asked if they was serious. “Of course” came the reply. Since then they have put their wholehearted support into establishing Starboard Festival. They helped with funding applications, and acted as the accountable body for our first year of operations and helped me recruit a fantastic team to manage the festival.

They have been reliable, positive and dedicated in all my dealings with them. If you’re looking for critical friends to help get a new initiative off the ground, look no further.

Naomi Alexander, Brighton People's Theatre

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