IN PICTURES: Simchas Live show draws more than 1,000 people
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IN PICTURES: Simchas Live show draws more than 1,000 people

More than 1,000 visitors flocked to Jewish News’ Simchas Live exhibition at the  Village Hotel in Elstree on Sunday 

From caterers to photographers and bands to bridal wear and much more all under one roof, Simchas Live was a roaring success.

The show saw 65 exhibitors offer a spectacular range of features for people to sample, to fine-tune their weddings, barmitzvahs and batmitzvahs. 

Following on from a successful event in March 2015, this eighth show included live entertainment from Creation, Ilai Dance and Encore Entertainment, as well as food from Salt Caterers. 

With stands offering samples of everything from food and music to magic and fashion, the show’s Event Director, Russell Bahar said it was “by far our best show yet, with more than 1,000 guests throughout the day. It really was a spectacular event. Great exhibitors and excellent entertainment. Well done and thank you to all who exhibited and turned up and we look forward to 2016!”

Exhibitor, Natalie Davis of Pop Fusion said “We are so happy to have been apart of the Simchas Live show and will definitely look to return next year!”

Photographer Jeremy Freedman, added, “the buzz in the room was amazing a continuous footfall of clients and I feel very positive.”

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