Remarkable has a long history of producing festivals of all shapes and sizes.

The London Mela - Europe’s largest festival inspired by South Asian culture - has been our baby since 2002. Delivered in association with Ealing & Hounslow councils and the Mayor of London this feast of sights, smells, sounds and tastes continues to draw audiences of up to 90,000 every year.

In 2010 Remarkable was commissioned to produce Molten Festival for Barking & Dagenham council, an intimate street arts based festival.

We were also in at the birth of the Paradise Gardens Festival in Victoria Park, one of East London’s largest free festivals at that time.

Julian Rudd, Remarkable Productions’ founder has been organising festivals since the '80s. He was previously Events Manager and Director of the Summer Festival at Ealing Council (2002-2005). Julian also produced the Croydon Summer Festival programme (2000-2002) and provided production management for the Glastonbury Dance Tent (1997-2002).

The London Mela

The London Mela

Europe’s biggest festival inspired by South Asian culture. One of the major events on London’s cultural calendar with up to 90,000 people attending every year.

Paradise Gardens

A two day free outdoor extravaganza in East London’s Victoria Park (2007-2010). One of the capitals most loved festivals at the time. Relocated to the Royal Docks in 2012 as part of the Cultural Olympiad, featuring a new commission Silo D by The World Famous as part of the London 2012 Festival.

Molten Festival

Molten Festival

Produced on behalf of Barking & Dagenham Council, this intimate street arts festival event takes place in Barking Town Square.

gi20

gi20

Gone in 20 Minutes (Gi20) is an exciting showcase of new and emerging outdoor artists and projects that tours the UK.

Paradise Gardens

After huge success based in Victoria Park, Paradise Gardens became the opening event for the greatly anticipated London Pleasure Gardens in Newham.