Photo Booth Events in March week 4 – NCS Yes Live and Grow Wild at Morning Gloryville
Photo booth events in March week 4 include NCS Yes Live at the Roundhouse and Morning Gloryville for Kew Gardens Grow Wild initiative.
NCS Yes Live
NCS Yes Live is a live music and awards show that took place at the Roundhouse, London on 29th March 2016. The event celebrated the social action stars of today and tomorrow and recognised the amazing work young people do on National Citizen Service (NCS) and the massive impact they have on communities.
There were performances from bright young UK stars like Izzy Bizu and Blonde and a headline performance by NCS Ambassador and rap superstar Tinie Tempah.
The National Citizen Service (NCS) targets 15 to 17 years-old and challenges you to make their mark and build skills for work and life. – More than 200,000 young people have already said YES to NCS. The ceremony honoured 58,000 inspiring NCS grads of 2015 that have dedicated more than 1.8m hours towards social action, raising more than £1.3m for good causes across England and Northern Ireland
NCS Live and along with event sponsore Body Shop curated a photo moment with a personalised backdrop. Santander, KISS, 4Music, Red Driving School and STA are among the other sponsors for NCS Live.
For more information on NCS and the NCS Live events click here.
Morning Gloryville with Kew Gardens Grow Wild Initiative
Morning Gloryville is a unique, empowering, and entertaining way to start a day and has become so popular that thousands of people across the world now attend the midweek gatherings. Event sponsor Kew Gardens promoted their Grow Wild campaign at Morning Gloryville with a customised photo pod and backdrop that captured the energy of this early morning rave experience like no other.
Grow Wild is the UK’s biggest-ever wild flower campaign, bringing people together to transform local spaces and native, pollinator-friendly wild flowers and plants. The initiative is supported by the Big Lottery Fund and is the national outreach initiative of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The Grow Wild photo opportunity featured the hashtag #grewitmyselfie on the photo print outs and social media uploads to help spread awareness of the importance of growing wild flowers and the impact it has on populations of butterflies, bees, pollinating bugs and birds.
The Morning Gloryville event was to celebrate International Women’s Day and took place at London’s best contemporary music venue Oval Space. The early morning ravers were asked to celebrate Goddesses, Girl Bands, Female Stars, Inspiring Women and Super Heroines !
The next event is on the 16th April at Mode, Notting Hill (Off Portobello Road) – Buy tickets here