QUICK DECEMBER ROUND UP

 

NEW NEIGHBOURS:

Another month and more new neighbours at Fazeley Studios! Supernovae Media is moving into Studio 30. The main faces you’ll see about are Hannah Shire, Nerissa Satterthwaite and Paul Cranwell.

Supernovae is a company specialising in outdoor media including digital motion, outdoor billboards and taxi advertising. Hannah’s given me a sneak preview of some of the products they are looking into and there’s some pretty exciting stuff that I’ve never come across before for events, advertising and marketing. Hannah and Nerissa are coming to say hi at the Christmas afternoon tea next week and out for cocktails after so you’ll meet them then if you are attending.

 Speaking of which don’t forget to sign up at EVENTBRITE if you want a free cocktail at bar room bar as you’ll need it to get your drink! It’s sponsored by Gas Street Works for Fazeley Studios and Creative Playground.

OTHER INTERESTING STUFF THAT FOLK ARE GETTING UP TO:

FULLRANGE (Studio 26) was jointly appointed with the 383 project to create Style Birmingham’s TV ad, which is being aired on ITV1 and Channel 4 throughout December.  

The ‘One Mile of Style’ campaign works alongside the new iPhone App developed by 383 Project, which is available free of charge from the Apple App Store. The Style Birmingham iPhone App uses Google Maps to help navigate shoppers around the city centre, and draws the latest news stories from Stylebirmingham.com, including gift guides and style advice.  

The advert is being shown inbetween prime time programmes so you will probably catch it at some point but if you want a sneak preview you can watch it here:

KATE BEATTY  (photographer, Studio 39) has been asked to document life behind the scenes at the REP theatre. More details here

CHRIS UNITT  (Studio 39) and Pete Ashton have been back on Created in Birmingham for a couple of months now. They’re the original team that built the blog up to win the Weblog and Guardian Media awards so it’s done some great stuff for Birmingham. Today is the last chance to become a supporter of the blog for a special introductory price. If you want to support the blog and help them build up Birmingham’s creative profile there’s more details here

FURORE PR launched Matthews of Birmingham restaurant where Rooty’s used to be in the Custard Factory, so we’ve not only got some damn coffee on the doorstep now but even wood pigeon and guinea fowl for the evening don’t you know! You can read the full menus here!

It also has a bar – so the first people to check that out in the evening report back and let us know what it’s like! Looks quite snazzy…

 RECEPTION CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS:

I hope everyone will be able to have a proper rest over Christmas, but for those of you who’ll be in the studios and meeting with clients here’s the reception opening hours:

CHRISTMAS EVE: 8am – 4pm

MONDAY 28 DECEMBER: CLOSED

TUESDAY 29 DECEMBER: 8am – 7pm

WEDNESDAY 30 DECEMBER: 8am – 7pm

THURS 31 DECEMBER: 8am – 4pm

FRIDAY 1 JANUARY: CLOSED

MON 4 JANUARY – Back to normal

And just to get you in the Christmas spirit here’s a shot of Fazeley tenant Harvey Sparks from Studio 6 dolled up in his festive finery!

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