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Case Study

Marple Bonfire & Fireworks Show

Branding, publicity and social media campaign The Brabyns Bonfire has been a fixture in the Marple calendar for over 50 years, and this is actually their 51st bonfire

Project Overview

51 years of the Brabyns Bonfire

The Brabyns Bonfire has been a fixture in the Marple calendar for over 50 years, and this is actually our 51st bonfire, which we’re incredibly proud of!

A lot of blood, sweat and tears have gone to making the bonfire a wonderful community event, with too many people to thank for their efforts and dedication over the years.

The event is run completely by volunteers, with all proceeds going to Scouting and Guiding in Marple, to help give young people opportunities for adventure.

Marple Bonfire  branding

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Design For Print

The production for All Allo also required a wide range of design for print materials to promote and publicise the show, this included 3 external posters of different sizes to be displayed outside The Carver Theatre, A4 posters to be displayed within the Theatre and shop windows of local business and public spaces, A5 leaflet to be handed out at local events, A4 16 page full colour programme to be sold during the run of the production, Magazine and newspaper ad to go in local press to promote the show.

Social Media Campaign

A warm and very funny play about the lives and loves of a group of women (and one man) attending a weekly tap dance class in a dingy North London church hall. The class is led by retired professional dancer Mavis who tries to whip into shape a group of ladies (and one man) who initially join the class for social reasons to moan about their problems and make new friends. 

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Marple Bonfire Overview

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