UKTV PLAY HOSTS FREE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION IN CENTRAL LONDON | New

  • UKTV’s free streaming service UKTV Playback launches a free three-day exhibition to showcase photographs commissioned by UKTV
  • Photograph of popular UKTV channels Dave, W, yesterday and Drama will be displayed
  • The exhibits will also include exclusive props featured in UKTV’s original programming
  • UKTV Play photography exhibition opens to the public 12 p.m. – 6 p.m., from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 October near Seven Dials Market, London
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Tuesday August 30

UKTV’s free streaming service UKTV Playback announces a free photography exhibition in central London today. Over 170 photographs from a range of talented photographers will be available for three days in October, admission free.

The pop-up exhibition celebrates photography commissioned for UKTV original programming over the past seven years. Of Big Zuu’s Big Dishes at firecrackers and money at Stacey Dooley sleepsthe space will host artwork from a variety of popular UKTV programmes, all available to stream for free on UKTV Play.

Attendees will also see a range of props displayed from Dave, W, Yesterday and Drama content and guests can easily access information about their favorite programs and props by scanning the adjacent QR code via their smartphone. The link will take them directly to the UKTV Play site.

Andrea Amey, Digital Managing Director at UKTV

We are delighted to present some of the wonderful programming highlights on our network of channels, all of which you can watch on UKTV Play. It’s a great opportunity to see the shots as works of art in their own right, at their size and scale. This type of exhibition is so rare and we are delighted to offer a view to the public completely free for three days

stewards The UKTV Play photography exhibition will be ready to help customers set up a UKTV Play account via tablet and answer any questions about the brilliant mix of content available on the streaming service.

A range of talented photographers will have their work featured, including Simon Webb, India Whiley-Morton, Des Willie, James Stack, Kerry Spicer, Ray Burmiston, Shamil Tanna and much more.

The UKTV Play Photography Exhibition will be open to the public in London on Friday 7, Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October from 12pm to 6pm. Free entry for all.

  • Location: The Stables, Unit X, 40 Earlham Street, WC2H 9LH
  • Appointment: From Friday 7 to Sunday 9 October 2022
  • Time: Open from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Tickets: FREE ENTRANCE

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Notes to editors:

For more information, contact: – Mel Lynch, Publicist – UKTV Press Office

UKTV Pictures website: http://pictures.uktv.co.uk

About UKTV Play

UKTV Play is an on-demand TV service offering instant access to shows from UKTV’s free channels – Dave, W, Yesterday and Drama.

With the easy-to-use UKTV Play app, you can browse and stream hundreds of shows for free via your computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also watch on TV through Freeview Play, Amazon Fire TV, YouView, Samsung TV, Apple TV, Freesat, NOW and Roku.

If you’re a Sky, Virgin Media or BT TV customer, shows from other major UKTV channels – Gold, W, Alibi and Eden – are also on the menu.

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About UK TV

UKTV has been at the forefront of branded television for over 25 years, entertaining the nation with programs they love. Its main brands – Dave, Gold, W, Drama, Alibi, Eden and Yesterday – cover comedy, entertainment, natural history, fact and drama, and are delivered to the public via UKTV Play, Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, BT, TalkTalk, YouView, Freesat and Amazon Fire. The broadcaster is a major investor in British creativity and is committed to working with new and established writers, directors and program makers.

UKTV is part of BBC Studios, the UK’s most awarded production company, a world-class distributor offering internationally branded services and a commercial subsidiary of the world’s leading public service broadcaster, the BBC.

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Tracey L. Sweeney