live events 

ITAE Productions are a complete event management organisation specialising in event concept through to the delivery. With bespoke packages to suit all budgets.

We produce, market and tour our own event concepts including Anatomy Lab Live, Operating Theatre Live and The Murder Trial Live as well support other event producers. We specialise in large & small events, live gigs, shows, parties, theatre, meetings, conferences, business awards, exhibitions, corporate events and proms.

Our in house dedicated team can provide services that include graphic design, digital marketing, social media campaigns, photography, concept development, event logistics, casting & crew, box office, technical, sound, lighting, security, AV, stage design and build, lighting and rigging and flight case solutions.  

NEW TO 2019! We introduce our 12 person night-liner tour coach. 


our events

The UK's first touring Murder Trial set for a live audience where YOU become the Jury! 
The award winning dinner and dissection experience. Now in its 4th tour visiting 70 locations
The award winning live surgical experience, teaching anatomy and dissection to 14-19 year olds nationwide.
A live post-mortem for undergraduate and postgraduate students. With a £30,000 state of the art semi-synthetic cadaver. 

Leaving the European Union


The ITAE Group has undertaken a stress test ahead of leaving the European Union to assess the impact of a No Deal exit. We are confident we have taken all possible precautions to ensure there is no disruption to our scheduled operations.


All of our products are sourced in the UK with some products having a wider supply chain in the EU. There is a low risk that there may be some intermittent disruption to availability of certain lines. We are working with suppliers to ensure we have excess quantities of product lines most likely to be affected. 


Events taking place within 20 miles of a port are advised that all event start times are guideline. If there is an impact on traffic surrounding ports this may delay the start of the event.