Shakespeare’s Globe Chief Exec backs new segregated cycling plans for London

Shakespeare’s Globe is a unique international resource dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare’s work and the playhouse for which he wrote, through both performance and education. Neil Constable, Chief Executive, explained why ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ is important to the organisation: ‘Each performance at our theatre can be attended by up to 1600 people, and our… Read More

Marmalade Technologies, leading mobile and video game developer backs ‘CrossRail for bikes’

Marmalade Technologies Ltd is a leading technology business based in Clerkenwell. They provide development tools for app developers and video game development services and have been based in London for over 15 years. Edward Gilchrist, Marmalade’s Finance Director explained why this is so important to them: ‘Like many businesses in London, a growing number of… Read More

Global publisher Simon & Schuster support TfL’s cycling plans

Publishing house Simon & Schuster are supporting the plans for segregated cycle tracks through the centre of London. The company, a subsidiary of CBS, publishes roughly 2000 titles annually. In 2012, Simon & Schuster imprints placed 317 titles on the New York Times bestseller list, including 35 #1 bestsellers. This year marks the company’s 90th anniversary. Jessica… Read More

Entertainment industry supplier White Light backs ‘Crossrail for Bikes’

White Light is one of the world’s leading lighting suppliers to the entertainment industry. Founded in 1971, they provide the equipment to the vast majority of West End shows and live events in the capital. Bryan Raven, Managing Director at White Light, released this statement on TfL’s cycle superhighway plans: ‘White Light Ltd would like to back the… Read More

Film industry leader, Exclusive Media | Hammer Films support London cycle plans

Exclusive Media | Hammer Films is one of Europe’s leading independent film producers and the team behind Rush, Woman in Black, Parkland and Liam Neeson’s upcoming release A Walk Amongst Tombstones. Marc Schipper, Exclusive Media | Hammer Films CEO, spelt out why they are backing the new plans for segregated cycle lanes in London:  ‘As one… Read More