OUR VALUES

In Capital Productions is a London based events company veered towards professionals living and working in London. Our events focus on self development, on raising awareness about and finding solutions to issues that are of concern and interest. We want to create a space where people feel encouraged to exchange opinions freely. Having a voice is a human value we hold in high esteem at In Capital Productions.

OUR WORK

Our events focus on topics of self-development covering psychology, wellbeing, health, environmental aspects. From entrepreneurial spirit to spirituality, parenting to meditation, self defence to social media power there are plenty of aspects we would like to look into. We intend to make every event unique in its own way and choose the venue according to the subject and interest it creates. We intend to keep the format of our events flexible: it can be structured either as a panel talk with open microphone, or as a presentation followed by Questions & Answers; an art installation or an interactive performance; an immersive play or a video production.

OUR INSPIRATION

Our inspiration is fed by the continuous interaction we have with people of different nationalities living and working in London, by our own life-experience and discoveries, by studies of human psychology, as well as by a series of online talks (TED and Intelligence Squared). We believe fun and knowledge, art and science, entertainment and information can go hand in hand to shape up engaging memorable life-style events.

OUR GOALS

Our aim is to create a friendly environment where our guests feel included and encouraged to express their opinions. We work towards creating and increasing in others: inspiration, positivity, tolerance, support, empathy, self-confidence and drive.

OUR DRIVE

In a world which holds high such values as individualism, consumerism, self-sufficiency, and competition, In Capital Productions would like to revive and sustain an environment conducive to strengthen and nurture a sense of community, transparency and freedom of speech. Strength lies in our communication skills. How good are we at making our point come across with clarity and kindness, without trying to impose it on others? How free of preconceptions and judgmental thoughts are we to listen and accept another (perhaps opposite) point of view? How much do we know about something we feel so strongly about?