Boom Boom Zoom was founded during the COVID-19 crisis – to help performers who’d lost income due to their live shows and tours being cancelled.
    The founders were very familiar with using Zoom for business meetings. Natural curiosity (or needs must) got them wondering how Zoom could be pushed further and be used as an entertainment platform.  
    After a couple of Zoom calls to the people at Zoom themselves, the first pilot ‘zoomcast’ went live to a paying audience within four days. That first show starred BBC Radio 4’s ‘Barry From Watford’.
    Since then there have been shows starring Clinton Baptiste, from Peter Kay’s Pheonix Nights, and the Berlin based singer songwriter Ryan O’Reilly.
    Recent new additions to the schedule include the Angelos and Barry’s cult hit, The Na-Nite Show.
    Boom Boom Zoom also work as producers with brands and organisations to get the best out of Zoom entertainment formats - recently having helped produce the Soho House Quiz with Melanie C and Richard E Grant.
    Coming out on the other side of this, Boom Boom Zoom will continue with a full schedule of live entertainment events – not just from isolation, but studios, live performance venues, and locations all over the world.


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