MUSEUMS & HERITAGE
finding new types of audience engagement
Installation of 4805 paper planes at the Royal Air Force Museum to commemorate the Royal Air Corps in WW1
Maximising the impact of heritage spaces
From concerts to conferences, sound installations to comedy nights we can help you devise new forms of audience engagement: broadening access to your heritage space or exhibitions.
We can put together a team that includes a Bafta winning designer of learning resources for spaces like the Houses of Parliament, an expert in street entertainment who's programmed entertainment for the streets of London and Paris, theatre production managers, audio and video producers, event designers and producers.
Don't miss out on opportunities to maximise use of your space.
If you want to try something new call us for a free creative consultation.
Examples of our work are:
Negotiating the installation of 4805 paper planes in the Royal Air Force Museum to remember members of the Air Corps from WW1 who are commemorated or buried in the UK.
Open House Parliament Square - working with the House of Commons, Hansard, the Supreme Court,
the Treasury, Westminster Abbey and a sound artist, to bring Parliament Square to life for that weekend.
Devising a film to celebrate the life of Sir Bernard Lovell which was then projected onto the 76m diameter dish of the Lovell Telescope during a public concert.
Working with the Greenwich Royal Observatory to stage a site specific theatre production for
Extant theatre company.
We insist on high production values - giving you the confidence to try new approaches to getting your message across. Our highly talented team of associates has experience in broadcast, film, theatre, public and corporate events. Whatever the type or size of your event our expertise brings reassurance.
Executive Producer Jo Daykin can work in a consultancy or production role, or she can bring on an exceptional team of professionals if you need it!
Presentation and stage skills
Film to commemorate Sir Bernard Lovell projected onto the Lovell Telespcope.
Community and Charity events for a diverse client base - from international dance shows at the Royal Albert Hall to experiential installations on Waterloo station:
all designed to convey excellence
and to encourage new supporters.
Project Managing temporary flag poles to display school flags commemorating Magna Carta 800