Showlight 2013
May 2013 in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
A fairy tale gothic castle, traffic free UNESCO Heritage town, Baroque firework display. But more than that, we all learned something new, just as we do at every Showlight event.
Read a review from LSi, June 2013 here
Watch videos and see images of Showlight 2013 here

Showlight 2009
May 2009 in BBC TV Studios, Glasgow
The BBC’s purpose built HD TV studio and post production facility had recently opened and made a first class venue. The Monday afternoon visits programme included a distillery – naturally!
Read a review from LSi, June 2009 here
Watch videos and see images of Showlight 2009 here

Showlight 2005
May 2005 in Prinzregententheater, Munich
Two of our speakers this year came hotfoot from the Eurovision Song Contest – Per Sundin and Ola Melzig.
Read a review from LSi, August 2005 here

Showlight 2001
May 2001 in Edinburgh Festival Theatre

One of this year’s sponsors, Northern Light, organised a pipe band to play at the close of the Conference Dinner. Brilliant!
Read a review from LSi, July 2001 here

Showlight 1997
May 1997 in Flemish Opera House, Ghent
The opening speaker this year was Jim Tetlow. He has been a regular visitor to Showlight ever since and is now a member of the organising committee.
Read a review from LSi, May 1997 here

Showlight 1993
May 1993 in National Museum of Film and Photography, Bradford
The social highlight of Showlight is the Conference Dinner and in 1993 this took place on Platform 9 at the National Railway Museum in York!
Read a review from LSi, May 1993 here

Showlight 1989
May 1989 in the Hilversum studios of NOB, Amsterdam
Committee chairman was Ken Ackerman and the two day ‘colloquium’ earned itself a six page write up in LSi magazine!
Read a review from LSi, June 1989 here

Showlight 1985
May 1985 in Hollywood, USA
Not much is remembered about this event – hijacked somewhat by our American friends, it seems to have enjoyed little success.

Showlight 1981
May 1981, Barbican, London
A modest two day event, Showlight ’81 was one of the first events to take place in the Barbican’s newly completed entertainment and conference complex and was opened by the Lord Mayor of the City of London.