Who we are

A highly experienced team of production project managers and skilled technicians

Why Choose Oxygen?

Oxygen Event Services is a leading event production agency in London that specialises in bringing events to life through high-end production solutions. Our highly experienced team of production project managers and skilled technicians offer a wealth of expertise in designing, delivering, and managing event production solutions for the private, corporate and wedding market.

Oxygen has worked on various high profile events, including presidential addresses, conferences, weddings, product launches, award shows, parties and more. We are recognised for being experts in delivering technical installations with complex site and venue logistics.

We take great pride in providing a personable and consultative approach to understand our clients’ needs in turn providing innovative and creative solution to bring their events to life. Our team are passionate and highly experienced with wealth of knowledge and technical expertise, including:

  • Event structures
  • Lighting
  • Audio visual
  • Power
  • Set design
  • Logistical management
  • Health and safety

We enjoy and excel in managing complex event requirements and creating memorable experiences that exceed our client’s aims.

Frist of all to say thank you for all of the hard work and effort you put into making our 4 events such a success.  It was fabulous to have you onsite and to work with you and it was great to have such a professional in charge of the Oxygen team and suppliers.   It made a huge difference, for me personally, knowing we were in such safe hands.   I really appreciate all you did for us over the last few weeks.  Thank you.

We bring events to life

Working with both the private and corporate market, we design and deliver creative production solutions to bring events to life. This includes weddings, private parties, award shows, global conferences, product launches, and summer and Christmas parties.


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