Avalon Group

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Avalon Group
Founded 1989
Headquarters United Kingdom

The Avalon Group is a London-based business in the entertainment industry. It was established in 1989.

It consists of the following companies:

  • Avalon Management, artist management
  • Avalon Promotions, event programming
  • Avalon Public Relations, public relations and marketing agency established in 1997
  • Avalon Television, established in 1993
  • Liberty Bell Productions, established in 2002 and purchased by the Avalon Group in 2005.[1]
  • Tinderbox Television
  • Flame Television, purchased by the Avalon Group in 2009.
  • Avalon Distribution, distribution for Avalon Television, Liberty Bell Productions and Tinderbox Television

Avalon Management[edit]

Clients include:

Avalon Television[edit]

Shows include:

Liberty Bell[edit]

Shows include:

Tinderbox Television[edit]

Shows include:

  • Tough Gig
  • TV Now and Then

Flame Television[edit]

Shows include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jason Deans (11 August 2005). "Avalon buys Liberty Bell". The Guardian (London). 
  2. ^ West feels CBS' 'Pressure'
  3. ^ "Lee Nelson's Well Good Show - Production Details". British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 18 September 2010.