Come and see Takeaway on Tour live this summer with newly crowned double BAFTA Award winners Ant and Dec
• Irish dance sensation RIVERDANCE will showcase a spectacular performance.
• ASHLEY ROBERTS will host a very special Ant versus Dec
• Ant and Dec will be joined by a Celebrity Guest Announcers.
• One lucky audience member at the SSE show, will get the chance to Win the Ads where prizes include a Suzuki Swift car and First Choice all inclusive holiday.
Newly crowned double BAFTA Award winners Ant and Dec will be taking their prime time award winning ITV show Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway to Scotland’s, SSE Arena on 26th August 2014,  They have confirmed special guests and details of their spectacular live show. 

Former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts will be joining Ant and Dec on the road, resuming her role as the host of Ant v Dec, as well as appearing throughout the show and performing a track from her brand new album. 

Also joining the tour is the renowned RIVERDANCE. Twenty years after it was introduced to the world, Irish dance phenomenon RIVERDANCE will be treating each city to a spectacular showcase. And expect to see Ant and Dec singing and dancing in some very special performances,  their own, at the End of The Show.

Ant and Dec will also be joined by various celebrity guests, who will take on the live role of Star Guest Announcer.
Takeaway on Tour wouldn’t be the same without audience participation and there are loads of prizes for the audience to win! As part of Win The Ads one lucky audience member will have the chance to win a whole host of prizes including a BRAND NEW SUZUKI SWIFT CAR and FIRST CHOICE ALL INCLUSIVE HOLIDAY.  As viewers of Saturday Night Takeaway will know, no audience member will be safe so whether you’re sat in the front row or at the back, Ant and Dec could be turning the cameras on you, or even bring you up on stage! Just like they do on the TV show, Ant and Dec will be finding out everything about their audience members before they come to the show!

In addition, Ant and Dec will be going head to head in the show, in live Ant versus Dec challenges with Ashley Roberts presiding over events. Last but not least, the show wouldn’t be the same without the cheeky monkeys Little Ant and Dec who are currently busy preparing something very special, for the show.  This will be the ultimate interactive stage show for all the family and is not to be missed. 

Ant & Dec Undercover – Jeremy Kyle


Promotional Staff – Hydro Glasgow

If you need staff for any event at the Hydro, we have more than 2,000 staff across Scotland with varied skills.  So if you need staff for queue management, exhibition staff or promotional staff to distribute flyers to promote or at an event we can help.  Call 0844 800 0071 or click here to send us your requirements.





Scotland’s Best and Biggest Motorcycle Show, returns to Edinburgh on 8th and 9th March 2014.  9.00 am to 5.00 pm.  All the latest models and major manufacturers will be present.  This is an exciting event for all people that have a passion for all things fast and fabulous.

There will be exclusive offers from the dealers on new 2014 models and also 2013 models.  Visit the Retail Village where you will be able to kit yourself out with new leathers, boots or helmets.  There are also a vast amount of suppliers to help you make your motorcycle stand out in the crowd.  Make your machine different.

Take a visit to the Classic Bike Magazine Hall, where you can find a large collection of classic motorcycles, spanning over 80 years.  Visit the Classic Bike team for a chat.

Get yourself a coffee and go and see the stunt demonstrations,  from Scotland’s Kevin Carmichael and the stunt bike team Broke FMX.  For Youngsters the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show will let them have their first taste of riding and experience what it is like to get on a Honda motorcycle.


Envisage Promotions, can provide Promotional Models for your stand to encourage passing trade to stop and visit your stand.  Just contact the team for further details.

Things to do in Edinburgh

Scotland v England on the 8th February 2014 at Murrayfield

six nations scotland event staffScotland v England on the 8th February 2014 at Murrayfield

The RBS 6 Nations has grown to be the biggest annual competition in world rugby. It’s a chance for fans to show their pride and passion, travelling to some of the best cities in Europe to mix with like-minded supporters. 

Rugby fans of all ages revel in their own traditions – those of their team, their local club or their friends and family; those pre-match rituals that make a match-day so special.  Scotland have two home matches in this year’s Championship, with tickets available now.

The most over-subscribed game in the Scotland rugby calendar is the biennial match at Murrayfield against England – the oldest fixture in international rugby! There was powerful sense of a chance missed the last time England visited Edinburgh, when Stuart Lancaster’s team narrowly won 13-6.

However, Scotland’s recent record in home Calcutta Cup games is good, with wins in 2006, 2008 and a draw in 2010.  Under interim head coach Scott Johnson they’ll be looking to keep the Calcutta Cup in Scotland, long after the England team departs for home!

How to get to Murrayfield

Edinburgh is better connected than ever before. We have an outstanding transportation network whether by air, rail or road, getting here has never been easier.

By Plane

Edinburgh Airport is Scotland’s capital airport. More than 40 airlines serve 100-plus destinations and some nine million passengers a year pass through the airport. For flight information visit www.edinburghairport.com

By Train

Edinburgh is serviced by two railway stations, Waverley & Haymarket and has a growing network of direct routes. For train timetables and real-time running times contact National Railway Enquiries on 08457 49 50  or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk

By Bus 

Edinburgh’s main terminal is situated in the city centre at St Andrews Street. To plan and book you national or local route by bus visit www.nationalexpress.com or www.citylink.co.uk

By Car

Murrayfield is in the city centre and has private parking for over 1,000 cars. Get your route direct to Murrayfield by visiting www.multimap.com. Your destination postcode is EH12 5PJ

Journey Planner

For all of your travel enquires www.transportdirect.info can give multiple options.

Click here to go direct to Murrayfield website

Hogmanay Celebrations!

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Edinburgh is world renown for hosting some of the best Hogmanay celebrations that you can experience. From the op iconic open-air ice rink to the impressive Edinburgh castle that overlooks the carnival style celebration. Envisage have provided many promotional event staff for Hogmanay in Edinburgh, our highly trained fire dancers act as cheer leaders for the crowds gathering in the streets. With many shops being open late over the Christmas period and the German market making its annual return to Edinburgh you can see how the city doesn't sleep! Because of the huge success of 2014 Hogmanay and previously successful years we look forward to the next celebration!

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest arts festival in the world and takes place every August for three weeks in Scotland.

Every year thousands of performers take to a number of stages all over Edinburgh to present shows for all taste. Lots of well known comedians have had their big break at the Fringe.  There are big names in the world of entertainment and unknown artists looking to build their careers.  

The festival caters for everyone and includes theatre, comedy, dance, physical theatre, musicals, operas, music, exhibitions and events.


How to get the The Fringe

We know that the Fringe will leave you wanting more, but it is worth pointing out that the journey to Edinburgh will take your breath away too. Whether by rail or road, via the Highlands or the Borders, the landscape is spectacularly breathtaking.

Car Share

The ultimate green initiative, car-sharing is one of the best options for travelling to Edinburgh. You save on costs while saving the planet! You can find more information about Edinburgh car sharing from goCarShare and TripshareEdinburgh.

By rail

Waverley station (Edinburgh’s main railway station) is ideally positioned in the heart of the city, close to most festival destinations and the many bus routes servicing Princes Street (the main shopping street).

By road

If you prefer the open road, the journey to Edinburgh is a scenic treat by either car or bus. Edinburgh is connected to the East Coast of the UK via the A1(M); a short trip to Glasgow on the M8 connects you to most cities in the West via the M6 and the Lake District. Coach services run directly to Edinburgh from throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK.

By air

Edinburgh International Airport is served by most domestic carriers and several international operators. The airport is easy to reach from the city, located just eight miles (12 km) west of Edinburgh city centre. 

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Staff

If you need experienced promotional people and festival staff for the Fringe to promote your event, act or brand then click here for a fast and free quote.

Promotional Staff Glasgow

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We provided promotional staff in Glasgow last week for Jet2 Holidays promoting their new routes from Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports.  They made a beach in the centre of Buchanan Street in Glasgow.   Our promotional boys and girls, put on their beach wear and got ready for some volley ball and other beach activities.

It did rain for most of the weekend, however our guys got into the swing of things and got lots of people involved int he activities

Promo Girls and Boys Glasgow

We hire event staff and promotional people across Scotland and the whole of the UK.  So if you need staff to help promote your product or brand then call or email us for a fast and free quote.  

Dizzee Rascal and Robbie Williams’s new single


Dizzee Rascal and Robbie Williams’s new single

Dizzee Rascal and Robbie Williams have teamed up for Dizzee’s new single “ Goin’ Crazy” which will have its debut airplay on 10 May. The music video to accompany the new single, which shows the two singes riding modified scooters, also has its debut on the 10th May.

Dizzee Rascal new album, “Fifth”, where the single is taken from is due for release a little later this year.

Dizzee is in for a busy year because in addition to the release of the new single and album he is set to be supporting the mighty Muse this summer.

Well Dizzee if you need any help with Promotional staff in Scotland for the new album you know where we are!


Grow your own grub – Rothesay. 4th May 11.00 am to 4.00 pm

Take advantage of this great event at Mount Stuart Garden Centre. Taking you through the basics, you will learn how to grow perfect, healthy and tasty vegetables; from peas and beans to tomatoes and beetroot. Everything you need to know to get your crops from plot to plate! Make the most of even a tiny patch and you’ll be surprised at how much of your own vegetables you’ll be able to grow. Includes a tour of the kitchen garden to see the methods and techniques in practice

Edinburgh Tattoo – 2nd to 24th August 2013

Edinburgh Tattoo – 2nd to 24th August 2013

Against the world famous backdrop of the Edinburghnburgh Castle  Edinburg Edinburgh  , Tattoo, 2nd to 24th  August 2013  will feature awe-inspiring variety from the four corners of the globe.  Discover highlights of events and facts abou the bands and performers over the years.  There is so much to do and see in Edinburgh, at any time of the year, but during the Edinburgh Tattoo, there is so much more to see.

From its early days, the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has been an international favourite. Performers from over 40 countries have presented here, and around 35 per cent of the 217,000 audience each year are from overseas.  In addition, the Tattoo has been televised in 30 countries. An annual television audience of 100 million watches the coverage worldwide. The international flavour of the Tattoo has been deliberately developed as a key element in its capacity to entertain a huge, cosmopolitan audience.