Mr & Mrs Grey celebrate 10 years with Birmingham’s Platinum Jubilee Festival headline spot

Renowned events specialists, Mr & Mrs Grey, are marking 10 years of live entertainment with a fantastic array of celebrations and special guest performances. From headlining at Birmingham’s Platinum Jubilee Festival to the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.

The decade also brings the premiere of an exclusive documentary, ‘Cheers to 10 Years’, that will give viewers an intimate glimpse into the makings of the consultancy and its founders Benjamin and Chloe-Jean Grey.

Initially performing as a double act in 2012, the pair soon decided to establish their own full-scale entertainment consultancy and currently represent a team of over 50 artists. From The Mailbox and Harvey Nichols to Malmaison , Mr & Mrs Grey have now performed at over 11,000 gigs over the past 10 years. Nurturing local talent is a core value of the business and they pride themselves on spotlighting the best up and coming artists across the region. As of this year, Mr & Mrs Grey have provided over £1.7 million to local artists in Birmingham.

Commenting on their 10 year anniversary, Benjamin Grey said: “We are delighted to be celebrating a remarkable decade of providing wonderful live entertainment to the region. From our first gig as a pair at Marco Pierre White’s to taking up residency at some of the most iconic venues in the city and now having a fully-fledged team of over 50 artists. It’s been an amazing 10 years. Here’s to another decade of luxury live music!”

Speaking on their guest performances, co-founder Chloe-Jean Grey shared: “Performing at both the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony and the Birmingham Platinum Jubilee celebration is such an incredible achievement. It’s a poignant year for us, not to mention the region as a whole; we’re celebrating a decade and Birmingham is hosting the Commonwealth Games. The city has played a hugely special role for us and the artists we work alongside, it’s been the backdrop of so many memorable moments. To now be invited to perform at the Commonwealth Games is truly an honour and to help produce the Queen’s Platinum celebrations is delightfully apt on our anniversary year.”

The Commonwealth opening ceremony will go live in front of 30,000 spectators and broadcast across the world to 1.5billion. Undoubtedly Birmingham, the ceremony is being directed by Peaky Blinders creator, Stephen Knight. Mr & Mrs Grey will also be hosting more intimate dignitary, press and VIP events at the likes of Hotel Du Vin, Marco Pierre White and The Grand Hotel.

Mr & Mrs Grey celebrate 10 years with Birmingham’s Platinum Jubilee Festival headline spot