Case Study – Romeo+Juliet in DUCTAC

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The Dubai production of Romeo+Juliet took place in the Kilachand Theatre, celebrating Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary and bringing a highly entertaining and interactive production to the stage. This ancient tale of love, revenge and death between the Capulets and the Montagues was set in modern-day Dubai and offered an engaging experience for audiences of all ages. […]

Case Study – The Laughter Factory Comedy Show

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The Laughter Factory is the Middle East’s longest-running comedy night, proudly making the GCC laugh since 1997. Every month it hosts a fresh bill of three different professional comedians, many already stars of the screen on UK TV shows. The March event has received numerous of outstanding reviews, with The National calling it ‘the most surreal comedy […]

Case Study – Cut Throat Comedy Edinburgh Preview Special

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Haircut or straight razor shave, their skilled and experienced barbers use new and old school techniques to create your choice of modern, or classic cuts. After hours the venue hosts London’s favourite alternative comedy and you are sure to be laughing from start to finish. Matt Banks was looking for a simple solution to submit events […]

Case Study – Carmen at Proms at St Jude's

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Proms rtt St Jude’s is a community festival of music and culture taking place each June in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London. They offer daily concerts with top national and international artists; free lunchtime music recitals; a LitFest weekend with best-selling authors; a series of Heritage Walks; a buzzing licensed refreshment marquee; and a LitFest café with […]

Case study – The Brunei Gallery, SOAS

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The Brunei Gallery is an exciting venue in central London that hosts a programme of changing contemporary and historical exhibitions from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The Gallery’s aim is to present and promote cultures from these regions and to be a student resource and public facility. They were looking for a simple solution […]

Case Study – Recalling The Future post-revolutionary Iranian art

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Recalling The Future challenges assumptions about ‘Iranian’ art. As Iranian artists in the 1960s and 70s increasingly combined signifiers of their local, national identity with formal approaches fit for the increasing modernity of their environment, this exhibition demonstrates artwork that radically shakes up the basic conception of the country’s modern canon. The artists on display […]

Case Study – CATS the Musical starring Jane McDonald

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Jane McDonald is to take the starring role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s CATS when it returns to Blackpool direct from its sell-out season at the London Palladium in the West End. Winter Gardens Blackpool were looking for a simple solution to submit events with a time saving tool, a new audience reach and event marketing […]

Case Study – Drive-in Film Club

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The iconic north London Alexandra Palace venue offers everything you need for an extraordinary event or great day out with the benefit of some of the best panoramic views of London. Alexandra Palace were looking for a simple solution to submit events with a time saving tool, a new audience reach and event marketing momentum that ‘pings’ […]

Case Study – Michael McIntyre: Work in Progress

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The Grand Theatre was opened on July 23, 1894, by Thomas Sergenson, Blackpool’s first successful theatrical manager. Sergenson immediately dubbed the theatre ‘Matcham’s Masterpiece’, a title that is even more merited now that there are few surviving examples of the work of Frank Matcham, the leading Victorian theatre architect. Blackpool Grand Theatre were looking for a simple […]

Case Study – Jongleurs

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Jongleurs is a chain of comedy clubs in the United Kingdom. Jongleurs currently operates 8 Venues: Bristol The Cuban, Cardiff Oceana, Croydon Tiger Tiger, Glasgow Mansion House, London: Covent Garden Sway, Nottingham Oceana, Portsmouth Tiger Tiger, London The Happenstance. Each show features a Compere who will host the evening, and they introduce 3 top acts who will do their finest to make you laugh.  The shows sometimes include open spots –  a chance […]

Case Study – ONiT! PR

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ONiT! PR is a niche, multi-disciplinary agency dedicated to raising the profile of Performance Art, in London and the UK. We were tasked with developing a strategy to market their events across the web to induce more ticket sales and event awareness. Having worked with ONiT! PR on numerous nightlife events, they came to us […]