Mass Production launches with Chichester gig

A new arts organisation is promising to bring top-class acts to the Chichester area.

Tuesday, 8th July 2014, 12:01 pm

They are kicking off with a summer visit to the city from Police tribute band The Secret Police.

Under the banner of Mass Production (, the event will be at Immanuel Chapel, Graylingwell Park, Chichester, on Saturday, August 9 from 8pm.

The company has been set up by Roman Ladd, aged 17, of Chichester.

Roman said: “The idea came about when we realised we had all the credentials to pull it off. I’m a musician that has played all over the country and studied at BIMM, My dad is a graphic designer, who has worked with the likes of Jamie Oliver, HSBC and Marco Pierre-White. Our promotional materials really do look top notch! Using our contacts we are rapidly growing as a company!”

Roman added: “We are talking about putting on quality events. We have got The Secret Police who are one of the best tribute bands in the country. We are going to use this event as a platform. We need to get together some sort of portfolio. We want to go on to do even bigger events.”

“I am quite good friends with the band,” Roman says. “I have done a few gigs with them up and down the country. I ran it past them, and they were up for it. They are amazing. It is just the great authenticity that they have got. They look like them, and they sound like them. They have been going for a long time now, and they are really good.”

Now all the company needs is support from the people of Chichester. Tickets via the website.