MediaCity’s Greenhouse welcomes first office tenant

Dreamscope Productions first occupant at Salford Quays office scheme

Article posted: 23 May 2011

Dreamscope Productions has become the first business to make its new home at The Greenhouse, MediaCityUK. The TV and video production company is relocating from offices in Rochdale to new office space in Salford Quays.


Established in 2003, Dreamscope has extensive experience in producing high quality, innovative and exciting content for broadcasters including ITV and the History Channel, as well as a range of high profile corporate clients like the University of Manchester. The company also produces and directs behind-the-scenes content for BBC and ITV drama as well as a number of prestigious events and festivals across the UK.


Darren Hutchinson, Producer/Director for Dreamscope said: “We are very excited to be finally moving into MediaCityUK. The decision was made many months ago and we have been counting down the days until we move in! Our business plan is very simple – to integrate ourselves fully into the positive ethos of MediaCityUK, sharing as much work as possible with our neighbours, and pro-actively promoting our unique services to all the companies who have chosen this incredible site as their new home. Expect a very enthusiastic presence from us right from day one.”


Stephen Wild, Managing Director for MediaCityUK said: “We are pleased to welcome Dreamscope to The Greenhouse. I hope that they will benefit from being part of the ever-growing creative community here at MediaCityUK and I look forward to other companies joining Dreamscope in The Greenhouse very soon.”


Spaced over three floors The Greenhouse is located next to the BBC, ITV, The Pie Factory and the University of Salford.


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