About Doc Redeye

Doc Redeye Events promotes concerts around the UK and also runs two festivals, the BURNLEY INTERNATIONAL ROCK & BLUES FESTIVAL alongside Burnley council and AMS – NEVE, and the NORTH BY NORTH-WEST FESTIVAL (MOD INVASION) alongside Pendle Trust.

The production side of Doc redeye opens new and exciting possibilities with a roster of up and coming artists working within many genres. The creative side develops original material realizing both music productions and videos for international release and distribution. New releases include Megan J Inghams release ‘Cry Don’t Cry’ and a single release by the patients of Christie Hospital for Teenage Cancer Trust, Y.O.U. 62 release ‘Blue Sky day’.

The film company develops not only music videos but creates commercial and artistic films for public release. Clients have included ‘The Department for Children and Families’, Papyrus and the NHS, with 3 short films appearing at the Edinburgh Film Festival. Doc has directed and produced a number of commissions for various causes including the film ‘If Only’ for Papyrus looking at the problems of suicide for young people and retro works such as ‘A Matter of Conscience’ featuring actor Lee Ingleby (Master and Commander/George Gently).


THE ACADEMY, Manchester win the DOC REDEYE sponsored award ‘Best Venue Teamwork – Campus’ for 2012.

The awards recognise excellence and talent among promoters, venue operators, festival organisers and agents, through to artiste managers, brand impact and record label partnerships.

Created by the publisher of LIVE UK – the only magazine dedicated to the companies and individuals working in this sector of the creative industries – the Live Music Business Awards takes place on the last night of the annual conference and networking event LIVE UK Summit.