The Inhouse CIC Team
Human whirlwind Chet has worked in events and music for 20 years, and is dedicated to creating events that bring communities and individuals together. In his spare time Chet loves channelling his energy into playing, performing and studying all types of music.
Director & Production Consultant
George has been working in the professional music and arts sector for over 30 years. Co-founder of Clydeside Initiative for arts which is still today the charitable arm of SWG3. George has worked with many well known festivals across Europe as well as Scotland as both a Technical Manager and Production Manager. He is also a seasoned rigger and is qualified as an Optio Rigger Level 4.
Finance & Event management officer
Nedka joined the Inhouse team in 2018 as an Assistant Event Manager, having recently graduated with a BAs in Marketing and Enterprise and in 2021 became an Event & Finance Manager. Nedka’s main remit with Inhouse Events CIC involves overseeing business and finance management as well as support with compliance of documentation.
My passion is in technology and innovation which avoid damaging the planet and make a scalable impact for industry to reduce CO2 emissions and pollution. I have worked in Architectural practice for 20 years achieving the most prestigious building awards possible for building design quality and sustainable design in the UK. I have extensive knowledge of the circular economy, have built net zero buildings and run a closed loop manufacturing startup business called “re-FUSE”.
Progragramme ,Volunteer, & community development Officer
Lisa joined Inhouse in 2022 as the Programming, volunteer and community development worker. She has a background in commercial music as well working with numerous third sector organisations. Lisa is a local to Queens park and is passionate about the local area. ‘I’m really looking forward to helping programme events at Queens Park Arena and getting the wider community involved, it’s gonna be a great summer!’
Having studied audio engineering and experimental music at the Funkhaus studio complex in Berlin, as well as BCFE Dublin, Seán relocated to Glasgow during the pandemic and joined Inhouse through the kickstart scheme in 2021. Since then, Seán has branched into visual production and operation using our video wall and has become the technical manager of the Savings Bank. Since QPA was his first Glasgow event, it holds a special place in his heart and he can’t wait for this year.
Director & Fitness programme development
Pete is a seasoned Technical Production Consultant and Martial Art & Fitness instructor specialising in Muay Thai, He has worked over ten years working in production and events. He successfully led a team in the first major event in 2021 as Technical Co-ordinator for UEFA/SFA for the EURO2020 championships.
2016 – Inhouse awarded the QPA tender, by Queen’s Park Arena Ltd, the charity whose board members consist of representatives from the four community council’s that surround the park. The unique nature of the site meant a new approach was needed to operate it.
2017 – Inhouse CIC was established. With our home lives in the local community, Inhouse CIC is committed to building positive relationships with organisations and individuals that have connections to the area and the park.
2017 – 2022 Overseen by the QPA board, Inhouse Event CIC develop the Queens Park Arena venue from 6 day a year programme to 55 days in 2022.
Our Approach to Programming
Queen’s Park Arena is a unique space in a community with a strong sense of self, so our approach to our initial mapping exercise for Queen’s park, we pulled information from local organisations, surveys and lived experience of local people to identify societal challenges facing the diverse communities around the park.
We then grouped these issues into five key themes, and from here we began to develop the programmes.
- Social & Educational
- Arts & Heritage
- Health & Wellbeing
- Local Economy Benefit
These 5 categories, alongside our more recent consultations, are still used today when developing the programme. We pride ourselves on the impact we can make on our community by providing inclusive, diverse, and professional events and will always strive to improve each year.