The TCB Group managed the 2009 ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Winners after winning the competition. We oversaw and organised performances at Wembley Stadium, with them becoming the first ever act to be allowed to perform on Downing Street, the first street dance act to appear on ‘Top Of The Pops’, claim their prize by appearing on ‘The Royal Variety Performance’ in front of H.M The Queen, and appear on ‘Children In Need’, ‘The Pride of Britain Awards’ and ‘The Mobo Awards’.
We helped create and produce two sell-out tours selling over 100,000 tickets, taking the group from a 3 minute dance routine into an arena selling 2 hour attraction.
We introduced and managed partnerships and campaigns with several major brands including Adidas, Reebok, New Era, Boots, Danone, and Mazuma Mobile as well as with companies such as Unilever and Robinsons.
TCB Group was also instrumental on securing, arranging and negotiating a 4-year deal for Ashley Banjo to appear as a panelist on the Sky 1 hit talent show ‘Got To Dance’.
‘Diversitoys’ The show was based around the concept of toys coming to life. Apart from their outstanding dance routines, Diversity’s shows included state-of-the-art lighting and screens, with sound creating an unbelievable live experience.
HEAT magazine “The show was utterly fantastic, more so than we expected it to be, so if you have a chance to check them out, make sure you do.”
The Independent “The dance troupe know how to deliver…. the drilled unity and explosive acrobatics made audience very happy.”
Liverpool Echo “Simon Cowell described their final performance as “sheer and utter perfection” –up close they’re twice as impressive. This show proves they’re every inch true winners.”
Manchester Evening News “Dance leader and choreographer Ashley Banjo is endlessly inventive with his troupe. The audience clearly loved every second.”
Wolves Express and Star “There is no other way to describe the evening than, simply, incredible. The moves were, as we have come to expect, absolutely, astoundingly flawless, synchronised down to the last millisecond.”