Conference will still go ahead in Glasgow but is being delayed until next year due to coronavirus outbreak
After careful evaluation of the current health crisis facing our nation and the wider world right now, and bearing in mind the latest government guidelines, it’s with great regret that we have decided to reschedule this year’s Creative Cities Convention.
In reaching this conclusion the health and wellbeing of our delegates and speakers, and that of our own team, is uppermost in our minds. We are confident this is the best course of action to take at this time and have drafted plans that we hope will mitigate any inconvenience caused.
We are fully committed to delivering the exciting programme we had been putting together for anyone involved in media content production and distribution across the UK. We know all those involved with the Creative Cities Convention will appreciate as much clarity as possible and we are therefore able to announce our intention to hold the conference at the same venue, the Royal Concert Hall, on April 22-23 in 2021.
We hope this announcement will enable you to make plans accordingly and shows our absolute commitment to holding the Creative Cities Convention in Glasgow. We look forward to working with our partners in Scotland, as well as all the broadcasting and production partners who make our unique conference possible year on year.
All delegate tickets will of course be honoured and we are contacting all our wonderful speakers to make plans with them accordingly. We wish all our friends and colleagues well in these challenging times for us all and we thank you for your support.
Ruth Pitt, Creative Cities Convention Director