01652 618924 / 07789 642806 bteproductions@btinternet.com

Who We Are

We are a multi-service tribute artist management company, playing a pivotal role in creating new productions, stage shows, and opportunities for the very talented individuals that we represent. We have been involved in marketing and managing award winning world-class tribute artists for over 20 years, securing work from a variety of clients, including theatres, hotels, cruise ships, golf clubs, holiday resorts, the corporate sector, restaurants and private individuals from around the world. By using our marketing expertise we are able to help expand the profile of our artists in a variety of ways, and we pride ourselves on how we communicate with the artists that we manage and the clients that we seek bookings from.

What We Do Best

Tribute Artist Management

Once you become part of the BTE family we will help to raise your digital profile and to secure new and exciting work opportunities from a variety of clients around the world. We will always put you first.


No matter how large or small your event, from  simply serving drinks and canapés to a full blown theatre production, please give us a call, our knowledge is vast, our ideas are limitless, we always aim for the stars and our advice is free.

Digital Marketing

If you want to stay ahead of your competition, then let us help you to engage with digital marketing, including; Responsive Web Design, Smart App Development, SEO, Social Media, Web TV, HTML Emails, and Chatbots.

Did You Know

We have curated some of the most interesting statistics about website design, mobile users, and customer experience, to help inspire your future digital plans.


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Of consumers will be using mobile devices to access the Internet by the end of 2022


Of Internet users will stop engaging with a website that doesn't display well on their device