Coalition Talent UK Announces JV With Ministry of Sound

London-based booking agency Coalition Talent has announced a joint venture with the Ministry of Sound entertainment business which includes the London nightclub of the same name. 

Coalition Talent
– Coalition Talent
Coalition Talent’s roster includes Radio One DJ Nick Grimshaw, Pixie Lott, Charli XCX (DJ bookings) and Trevor Nelson and has been expanding its offering in recent times to focus on building entertainment brands.  The company launched in 1995.
Recent projects include “Coffee House Sessions,” “Pure Music Live,” and a joint venture with BBC Radio Two presenter Sara Cox with the “Just Can’t Get Enough 80s” club night.
With the joint venture the companies will develop and implement a range of new live events and brand partnerships, with the Ministry of Sound events team relocating to Coalition Talent’s central London offices.
Guy Robinson, CEO of Coalition Talent said, “We look forward to welcoming the Ministry of Sound events staff into our brilliant team here at Coalition, our joint focus will be to maximise opportunities for their current offering, and develop additional products to reach new markets, as well as more extensive partnerships with touring DJs and live artists.” 

Guy Robinson
– Guy Robinson
Coalition Talent CEO
Jonathan Bevan, CEO of Ministry of Sound, said, “Ministry’s brands and reputation coupled with Coalition’s talent relationships, expertise and newly expanded team will deliver a whole new range of world class music events.”
Ministry of Sound, along with its nightclub in south London’s Elephant and Castle, also includes digital platforms, live events, publishing, merchandise and a record label now owned by Sony Music Entertainment.