Museums at Night, the UK’s after-hours festival of arts, culture and heritage, produced by arts charity Culture24 is back for 2017. Now in its ninth year, the festival will take place in May and in October. Dates for the 2017 festivals are 17 – 20 May and 26 – 28 October respectively. Bullet PR is proud to have worked with the festival as their retained PR agency for the past 7 years.
During the festival, hundreds of museums, galleries and historic spaces all over the UK will open their doors after dark to put on an impressive and diverse array of special night-time events – gallery gigs, art happenings, twilight screenings, all-night sleepovers, nature walks, star gazing or simply to offer the chance to experience some of the UK’s cultural venues, historic houses and museums in a new light.
There are some fantastic highlights from the upcoming festival – including Fashion and Scandal: 1960’s Archive Night London. From the Profumo affair, to mods and rockers and the cultural, sexual and social revolutions, the National Archive will be showcasing records including those charting the rise of The Beatles, the trial of Lady Chatterley’s Love and the arrest and trial of the Krays. Expect expert talks, performances, music and dancing reflecting some of the biggest events of the decade.
Full listings of all events can be found at www.museumsatnight.org.uk
Children with Cancer UK is the leading national children’s charity dedicated to the fight against all forms of childhood cancer. The charity funds life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood cancer and works to protect young lives through essential welfare and campaigning programmes.
Cancer is the biggest child-killer disease in the UK. 3,600 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer in the UK every year and the incidence has been on the increase. There are more than 50 types of childhood cancer. Thanks to research funded by Children with Cancer UK survival rates for the most common form of childhood cancer, leukaemia, have increased dramatically over the past 50 years, but for some rare types of cancer survival rates remain at zero.
The team at Bullet are very much looking forward to working with the charity.
Bullet PR were honoured to work with the Dunkirk Little Ships last month. As part of the 75th Anniversary of Operation Dynamo, 19 of the Little Ships visited the Royal Docks in London’s East End for a sunset sailpast ahead of their journey from Ramsgate to Dunkirk.
We arranged a whole host of TV, radio and press interviews for the Dunkirk Little Ships. The story ran in The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, the Daily Express, Daily Mirror, Metro, Time Out, ITV.com and hundreds of regional newspapers. We also did interviews with BBC London, London Live, 5 Live Breakfast amongst others.
In total we had 335 mentions of the little ships at the Royal docks. The AVE was worth £485,849 AVE and the reach was 18,141,863 million.