About

Frumptarn Guggenband at Towersey Festival

Based in Central England, we provide creative and cost effective cross platform PR, marketing and audience development support to organisations working predominantly in the creative, cultural and arts sectors, including the media.

With over a decade of experience we’ve worked with a wide range of organisations, from internationally recognised galleries and major arts festivals, to groups, performers and publications.

Shortlisted for Property Marketing Awards 2013 (read more).

Birmingham Bach Choir

Core Services

  • PR and Marketing, inc Campaign Management and Crisis Management
  • Audience Development
  • Content Creation (copy writing, editorial, photography, multi-media, social media) and Content Management
  • Copy Writing (editorial, advertising, marketing collateral, presentations, ghost writing, speeches, learning materials)
  • Event Programming
  • Communications Strategies
  • Digital and Print Design

Photography Services

We can also provide photographic services, including documenting events, activities and projects, and creating publicity images for marketing and PR campaigns.

Our images have been published widely (and regularly) across various titles and platforms, including Metro, Classic Pop Magazine, Birmingham Mail, Oxford Mail, What’s On and more.

Classic Pop Magazine

Commissioned work for Classic Pop Magazine (Anthem Publishing): Simple Minds’ Jim Kerr (L), Holy Holy’s Tony Visconti (R). (c) DF 2018-2019

Towersey Festival 2019: Seth, Bruce, Liam, Frumptarn

Towersey Festival 2019: Top – Seth Lakeman / Bruce Foxton, From The Jam; Bottom – Hothouse Flowers’ Liam / Frumptarn Guggenband (c) DF 2019

Top Row: OMD (Symphony Hall, Birmingham); Sister Sledge (Moseley Jazz Funk & Soul Festival). Bottom Row: UB40 (Let’s Rock Festival); Chvrches (O2 Academy Birmingham). (c) DF

The Shires' Crissie on the main Venue 65 stage at Towersey Festival 2018

Crissie from The Shires at Towersey Festival 2018 (c) DF

Top Row: Birmingham Bach Choir concert; Birmingham Comedy Festival’s The Goon Show (reproduced from the Birmingham Mail). Bottom Row: Birmingham Comedy Festival’s The Lost Hancocks: Vacant Lot. (c) DF