Dum Dum Doughnuts come to Brighton!



We are really excited to be working with Dum Dum Doughnuts – the world’s first artisan baked doughnut brand and the fastest growing doughnut brand in the UK. An independent British company with a celebrity following, which includes Olympian Tom Daley, Dum Dum Donutterie will open their first UK store outside London in the heart of Brighton on Friday November 18th.

This is how good they look!


Dum Dum Doughnuts look amazing, taste great and are lots of fun – it’s not uncommon to witness queues round the block outside a Dum Dum Donutterie! Plans for the Brighton outlet include the exclusive ‘Brighton seaside doughnut’.


The high quality, natural artisan doughnuts are uniquely baked fresh every day (not fried) and each outlet remains open until all the doughnuts have sold out.  Dum Dum Doughnuts use only natural ingredients and are significantly lower in fat, half the fat in some instances, than competitor brands. This is because they are not cooked in oil, but instead baked using a unique patisserie-based patented baking process. Dum Dum’s are not claiming to be a healthy doughnut, but by using good ingredients and modern techniques they are making an indulgent treat even tastier, without the junk.


We can’t wait until they open!


Museums at Night Kicks Off This Week!


After months and months of planning, Museums at NIght,  the annual nighttime festival of arts, heritage and culture, takes place this week – from Thursday May 15 – Saturday May 17, 2014.

Over 500 museums, galleries and historic spaces all over the UK will be opening up after dark to put on a dazzling array of special events: From unique literary talks in castles to star gazing in historic houses; sleepovers in palaces to city-wide culture crawls, the Museums at Night festival offers the chance to experience culture and heritage in a totally unexpected way.

Highlights taking place include Turner prize winning artist Grayson Perry playing teddy bear hide and seek at Yorkshire Museum, celebrated photographer Spencer Tunick travelling down from New Jersey to Folkestone to photograph 125 individual nudes on Folkestone beach and photographer Rankin turning his lens from celebrity to the allotment holders of St Ann’s Allotments, the oldest and largest allotments in the UK.

Many of the UK’s cities, including Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle and Gateshead and Bristol, will be holding city wide cultural festivities, with arts venues, galleries, shops, pubs and bars all taking part in one big cultural mash-up.

At Bullet PR we are lucky enough to be covering both Grayson Perry and Rankin’s events – excited is an understatement!

BBC’s Arts Editor Will Gompertz will present a special programme from Museums at Night at the National Museum of Scotland on Saturday 17 May, 7pm on BBC Two, with additional coverage of the festival on bbc.co.uk/arts from May 15.

There are nearly 700 events confirmed now. Have a browse around the website to find something you fancy.

www.museumsatnight.org.uk  @MuseumsatNight #MatN2014



Grayson Perry -Courtesy the Artist and Victoria Miro


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This month, on the eve of a headline Bon Jovi  show at Hyde Park, Tico Torres, best known as the internationally famed drummer in one of music’s most enduring and successful rock bands, was in the UK to launch the latest collection for his children’s clothing, accessories and furniture brand Rock Star Baby.

At a packed press launch at The Savoy Hotel, Rock Star Baby announced new licenses with Kids Fashion Group, Novatex and shoe manufacturer Birkenstock premium line.

We can’t wait for Spring 2014 when we will get our first sneak peak at the new collection.


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