Showstoppers

What took an aristocratic family to the fringe theatre and how did we promote a play with a terrible taboo?
 
Project: Theatre poster campaigns   Client: Jane Nightworks Productions

We created a series of posters for print and online campaigns to promote the new works of Jane Nightworks Productions, a theatre company whose plays are based around the core themes of relationships between men and women. By electing to use a mixture of photography and illustration, we were able to convey feelings and emotions in a more nuanced way, and — in the case of Making Dickie Happy — to create characterisations of Agatha Christie, Noël Coward and Lord Mountbatten.

So you found us!
We think it’s a sign…

As we see it, the fact that you stumbled on this column means one of two things.

Either you’re a curious and discerning soul who spotted the little arrow. Or you’re here because someone else tipped you off — and so you probably know someone who knows us.

Either way, we see it as a good sign and want to give you a little ‘something’ right now.

We invite you to:

Have a peek at this great article that inspired a recent blog. (And see 15 clever logos with genius hidden meanings.)

Take a look at this ‘briefing prompt list’ — so you can hit the ground running with your chosen creative agency *

* Send us this briefing prompt list back to us completed and we’ll come back to you with a free ‘taster’ call.