Abu Dhabi’s government was keen to maximise interest and pride in the Qasr al Hosn fort, its oldest and most iconic building. A festival in a large area round the fort was developed to appeal to local Emiratis and ex-pats. Seen as a gateway attraction for the city’s heritage, visitors were encouraged to visit linkedContinue reading “Qasr al Hosn Festival”
Epping Forest were updating their visitor centre and their design company, Codsteaks, invited us to join the team as scriptwriters for the centre’s exhibition and AV text. The City of London were keen to achieve a humorous, ‘Horrible Histories’ tone of voice, and we worked together to pin point the right voice for them –Continue reading “Epping Forest Visitor Centre”
Working with Atelier Bruckner, we were brought in as script planners and writers on this ground-breaking Saudi Arabian project, the first of its kind in the country. We developed content and scripts across a range of audio visual and digital pieces of interpretation and visitor communication. From virtual guides to content for digital calligraphy exhibitions,Continue reading “Knowledge Stream, ITHRA”
Here’s a free download that gives a detailed, step-by-step process in how to plan an interpretive story.
The Auckland Project is a project that spans over a thousand years and seven venues in one beautiful setting. It’s all about Bishop Auckland: a small town, but one with a big history and big ambitions. The public engagement team asked us to come in and help hone the skills of their curators and contentContinue reading “The Auckland Project”
At ITHRA, the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in Dharam, Saudi Arabia, we worked on a landmark new natural history gallery. The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture is the first of its kind in Saudi Arabia – a public meeting place with a cinema, performance spaces, cafes and galleries created to an internationalContinue reading “Arabian Journeys, ITHRA”
Following a competitive pitch, we worked on the scriptwriting of AV and exhibition text for the Little Company of Mary Heritage Centre in Nottingham, designed by Event. Mary Potter was a remarkable woman who founded an Order of Sisters in Nottingham, inspired by a series of visions she’d had in her mother’s ordinary Victorian livingContinue reading “Little Company of Mary visitor centre”
With the transformation of Merthyr Tydfil’s Old Town Hall into a new Arts Centre, the client was looking for an exhibition for the building’s public spaces that would tell the story of the town’s industrial history, grab attention and feel inclusive, as well as working well within a late nineteenth century building. We looked forContinue reading “Redhouse”