Latest Work

  • Center Parcs


    We conduct regular surveys with Center Parcs’ corporate clients to gather data we can use to create newsworthy stories that highlight thought leadership. We highlight the… Read more

  • Somerset House


    We’ve targeted key decision makers and influencers in the events industry with compelling stories that have been created to drive enquiry levels. Our narrowcast approach… Read more

  • Tanner & Co


    We worked with the Camm and Hooper team for the six months prior to the launch, looking for high-profile opportunities to showcase the new opening.… Read more

  • We worked with Robinson College for several months in the run up to Clic+ helping with idea generation for the name, structure and… Read more


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What’s Hot and Not


After Britain’s soaring success at the Olympics in August, it’s time to get behind the Paralympic team. Tune in to see Sarah Storey on the track and Ellie Simmonds in the Paralympic pool and welcome home both teams when they celebrate their victory with the homecoming parade in Manchester in October.


Food has turned to the dark side! From drinks to ice cream and even croissants, charcoal food is definitely on the menu in the capital. Charcoal food has been popping up on the wellness market for a few years now but it’s health benefits mixed with its bold colour have made it the latest must try trend. Squid ink is also being added to pasta dishes for its rich dark colour.


Dinner with a twist is definitely in store this month as experimental chefs Bompas & Parr have teamed up with theatre specialists Les Enfants Terribles to create a dinner from your childhood. If you visit The Vaults you can have a dinner served straight from the mind of Roald Dahl, in Mr and Mrs Twits house. This adult only event sees you spend the evening in the Twits windowless home and indulge in their favourite tea time treats, served up by the Twits themselves. Don’t worry if bird pie doesn’t sound like your thing, Bompas & Parr promise that ‘squeamishness will give way to scrumptiousness’ plus there are plenty of cocktails, and Mr Twits famous Odious Ale, to wash your dinner down with!

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