Our live events division can create and produce live entertainment properties, whether as a real-life manifestation of a television project, or as part of an event-led marketing campaign.

We can produce content around the events to generate interest or engagement beyond the experiences themselves.

Our live events department is headed up by Freddie Sorensen, the creator and producer of a number of internationally successful event brands including Rebel Bingo and Rebel Lectures.

To contact the live events department email

About Us

Electric Ray is a television production company set up by Karl Warner and Meredith Chambers in association with Sony Pictures Entertainment. 

We specialise in creating and producing factual and entertainment programmes and all the hybrids in between.

We recently launched a live events and content division to expand the range of services we can offer clients and commissioners.

Contact Us

25 Golden Square
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)20 7061 8600
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Submissions policy

Unfortunately we don’t accept unsolicited material.

Class of '92: Out Of Their League

4 x 60 minute episodes for BBC1

Having conquered the world of football as part of the famous “Class of ‘92”, five Manchester United legends took on a brave new challenge when they purchased 50% of non-league club Salford City FC.

This documentary charts the journey of the unlikely new owners, the players, staff and fans of the little-known club as Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Ryan Giggs attempt to take Salford out of obscurity and into the big leagues.

Britain In Bloom

15 x 30 minute episodes for BBC 2

With access to the Royal Hortcultural Society’s ‘Britain in Bloom’ Awards, this series, presented by Chris Bavin, tells the stories of fifteen flower-obsessed communities, from a school Gardening Gang to a seriously green fingered church group, as they compete to triumph at the most prestigious gardening event of the year.


6 x 15 minute episodes for BBC1

A clip show meets a sketch show and draws funny faces on it. Doodlebugs finally gives the inanimate objects of the world a voice.

Washing machines, wheelie bins, mobility scooters and suitcases at long last get a chance to air their views and opinions with the help of some famous voices from the comedy world, including Kayvan Novak, Cardinal Burns, Morgana Robinson and Spencer Jones.

Close To The Edge

7 x 30 minute episodes for BBC4

Close To The Edge is a scripted documentary series following a group of friends in their 60s, 70s and 80s based in Bournemouth.

The series explores the full range of issues faced by people over 65.

Secret Life of the Ballroom

6 x 60 minute episodes for W Channel, UKTV.

We peer behind Britain’s front doors to uncover the country’s secret obsession with ballroom dancing. This six-part series dives into the lives of the surprising characters who moonlight as amateur dancers and live for the thrill of weekend competitions.


8 x 60 minute episodes for ITV2

Eight 21st century lads are transported back to the Roman Empire to see if they can cut it as gladiators.

The boys battle it out, trained by the fearsome ‘Doctore’ with help from their loving girlfriends. They may have the muscles but do these lads have what it takes to go down in history?

Along the way there’s blood, sweat, tears and plenty of laughs. However, only the very best make it through to the Emperor's Games where one of them emerges victorious and takes home the gold.

How Rich Are You?

1 x 60 minute episode for Channel 4

In an age polarized between bling and benefits, this one-off special presented by Richard Bacon reveals where each of us stand in the great money map of Britain.

Parenting For Idiots

3 x 60 minute episodes for Channel 4

A cast of famous faces share their own comedic parenting moments and horror stories, while child-free celebrities experience for themselves a few of the realities of looking after a little one.


20 x 30 minute episodes for E4

People secretly pinch cars belonging to friends and family to surprise them with a shock makeover from the Carjackers team and their crew of vehicle modifiers.

Natural Born Winners

4 x 60 minute episodes for BBC2

In a rousing series for BBC Two, four sporting heroes take on some of the world’s most demanding traditional competitive games in a bid to be the ultimate competitor.

Prized Apart

6 x 60 minute episodes for BBC1

Ten couples are Prized Apart as they compete on different continents to win £100,000 in this mix of adventure gameshow and nail-biting quiz hosted by Emma Willis and Reggie Yates.

The Inspectors Are Coming

6 x 60 minute episodes for ITV1

Negotiations between noisy neighbours, arguments over whose dog pooped on the grass and secret stake-outs to catch anyone dropping a cigarette butt – no crime is too small for a new army of Inspectors keeping Britain’s streets clean and tidy. But with on-the-spot fines ranging from £40 to £300, they’re not always warmly welcomed by locals. This series follows law enforcement teams up and down the county, batting with misbehaving Britain.