The world of showbiz mourned over the legendary British TV Presenter Sir Bruce Forsyth, who had recently died at the age of 89. Sir Bruce Forsyth was a national treasure, whose career spanned for over 75 years.
Born in Edmonton, Middlesex, he made his first debut on stage at ages just 14 as Boy Bruce, the Mighty Atom, at the Theatre Royal, Bilston.
Sir Bruce Forsyth by Barry Ernest Fantoni- National Portrait Gallery-London
Bruce continued his stage work for the next sixteen years and he soon became a household name in the mid-1950s, having been asked to present the ITV series Sunday Night, at the London Palladium, one of the most renowned stages in the world.
After He then went on to host many other game shows, including, co-presenting Strictly Come Dancing from 2004 to 2013.
The Secret behind Bruce's Shows
Apart from Bruce's charming charisma and his memorable talent, there was a real importance of venue choice. No matter how lavish or glamorous a TV show is, they still have to deliver an unforgettable experience for attendees.
Theatres in London
The London Palladium is a Grade II listed West End Theatre that seats around 2,273 delegates. From a variety of televised performances to stars who have played there, it is arguably one of the most famous theatres in London, especially for Musical shows.
The effects of venues play an essential part in audience experience. When you choose to host your conference, presentation or meeting in an iconic building, such as the London Palladium, you tap into that special magic that gives your event a touch of theatrical glamour.
“Venues play an important part in ensuring strong and vibrant sporting and cultural development" Darcey Bussell Strictly Come Dancing TV judge.