Bringing fans together
since 2006

There’s something about the thrill of shared experiences—the energy, the euphoria—that can’t be felt alone. Whether it’s in the celebration of the arts, the revival of nostalgia, or the frenzy of something new.

We believe in the power of cinema to create these moments, and we’ve been nurturing it for years. Working with the world’s top producers and rights holders across a global exhibition network, we make these moments happen.

Here’s our journey:

  • First Nationwide (UK) Live Broadcast

    Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball at the Royal Albert Hall. One of the first major pieces of event cinema to be broadcast nationwide. A four hour variety show, it demonstrated the possibilities of the industry.

  • Launch NT Live

    Through a partnership with NT Live, we launched the first piece of live theatre broadcast in cinemas (having Dame Helen Mirren star was a major plus).

  • trafalgar first global launch with shakespeare
    First Global Launch

    RSC: Richard II. It’s somehow fitting that Shakespeare would mark our company’s first global launch. “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players….”

  • First Release in 3,000 Screens

    Monty Python Live (mostly). Our first true global fan moment. Building on our growing expertise we brought the cultural event of the year to cinemas worldwide.

  • Robert Waters The Wall
    Roger Waters The Wall tour
    First Global Music Release

    Roger Waters The Wall. Off the back of one of his most successful tours, we pushed the boundaries of what we could do with music releases.

  • Nck Cave
    One More Time with Feeling - Nick Cave
    First Album Launch Partnership

    One More Time with Feeling. Nick Cave came to us with a unique idea. He avoided the traditional release route and wanted to use film to launch his album. We were proud to work on this special project.

  • Trafalgar launch US team
    Trafalgar launch US team
    Launch US Team

    The launch of our US team with members in Denver, LA & NYC. We cemented our position in the US market with local expertise.

  • BTS: Burn the Stage the Movie
    BTS: Burn the Stage the Movie
    Global Record: Largest Event Cinema Release

    BTS: Burn the Stage the Movie. This release was the exclamation mark on our biggest year to date. BTS overtook One Direction as the largest release in event cinema history.

What’s it like to work with Trafalgar Releasing?

The Andrew Dominik directed project was an immensely important piece of work in The Bad Seeds’ career, being the first time fans would experience songs from their new record Skeleton Tree via the medium of film.

Trafalgar had to work with Kobalt Label Services to market both film and album simultaneously, finding creative solutions to the complete absence of usual press and promotion activities.

The project was a real success, and contributed to the band playing to huge audiences across the following world tour.

Brian Message
Manager, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds

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Image with Brian Message

Meet the Team

It took all sorts of people to make Trafalgar Releasing the company it is today. Most of our core team has been together for more than 10 years, and we’ve added friends from a breadth of backgrounds, locations, and nationalities. And we hope you like dogs, because they’re a big part of our team too.

Meet the Team

Our parent company is Trafalgar Entertainment, a fast-growing live entertainment business and theatre producer. Trafalgar Entertainment companies include Trafalgar Studios, Stagecoach Performing Arts and Trafalgar Theatre Productions.

Together, this unique blend of companies presents unparalleled opportunities for award-winning theatre productions, educational events and live cinema screenings to be staged on a global scale, entertaining, engaging and inspiring our audiences worldwide.