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Manchester city of Literature – UNESCO’s International Mother Language Day

Manchester city of Literature – UNESCO’s International Mother Language Day

16.02.2021

Over the last few weeks, we have been working with our friends at Manchester City of Literature on the communications campaign for their celebration of UNESCO’s International Mother Language Day (IMLD), which launches today. As with a lot of real-life events over the last year, this two-week long celebration has evolved to survive and comes […]

Nova Cinema shines bright in Woking

Nova Cinema shines bright in Woking

08.02.2021

Our good friends at Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) brightened up our year here at Sundae when they asked us to look after the events and communications campaign for the newly refurbished, renamed and rebranded Nova Cinema in Woking Town Centre. As the name suggests, the brand spanking Nova Cinema is out of this world and […]

50 Windows of Creativity inspires Manchester

50 Windows of Creativity inspires Manchester

08.12.2020

In September 2020, we were delighted to be asked by our friends at Wild In Art to work on 50 Windows of Creativity, a brand new art project which transformed Manchester city centre into the first ever ‘window’ trail, showcasing artworks from dozens of talented artists.  We previously worked with Wild In Art in 2018 […]

Scream Street returns to the CBBC neighbourhood for Halloween.

Scream Street returns to the CBBC neighbourhood for Halloween.

08.11.2020

We first launched Scream Street back in 2015, so we’re huge fans of the show which is co-produced by Coolabi and Factory, both long-standing clients and friends here at Sundae. We were absolutely thrilled to hear that spooktastic second series was on its way back to CBBC for Halloween 2020 and couldn’t wait to get […]

Lost Horizon: a real festival, in a virtual world

Lost Horizon: a real festival, in a virtual world

17.06.2020

At Sundae, the summer is our favourite work season, we love music, art, sunshine (and rain), ice cream (clearly), but most of all, we love people. We love bringing people together for new experiences, challenges, and everything that goes along with being at a festival. I absolutely LOVE working with Shangri-La at Glastonbury, and naturally […]

On Stage at Home with Clangers and Nordoff Robbins

On Stage at Home with Clangers and Nordoff Robbins

01.05.2020

This week we launched ‘On Stage at Home’ with the Clangers and music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins. Created at homes across Manchester over the last few weeks, the initiative is an interactive musical video series, featuring specially created songs and music for young families to perform whilst at home together during lockdown and beyond, using […]

Let’s Netflix and Party

Let’s Netflix and Party

28.04.2020

Having worked from home for 4 years before joining the Sundae team, I’m no stranger to conference call catch ups, seeking advice over Whatsapp and never quite finding the most comfortable spot in my apartment to set up shop. The things you miss about being in an office are the little details, the ritual of […]

Sundae Shakes Up New Press Campaign For Daisy & Ollie! 

Sundae Shakes Up New Press Campaign For Daisy & Ollie! 

21.04.2020

It’s been a very surreal year so far for Sundae, one that we would never have anticipated.  One of the biggest challenges to the lockdown has been leaving our office and working from home. Not only do we miss the social aspect but we miss the buzz of working together as a team, bouncing off […]

What are we watching in This Country, then?

What are we watching in This Country, then?

24.03.2020

Back in early 2017, a good friend of mine who grew up in a small village in the countryside recommended that I watch a new comedy on BBC Three because it was “bang on the money” as a representation of his “hilarious” formative years. That comedy was This Country. I followed his instructions, as he […]

A love letter to storytelling….

A love letter to storytelling….

11.03.2020

“You’re never going to kill storytelling, because it’s built into the human plan. We come with it.” Margaret Atwood. Working in the film and television industry in both London and the North West of England over the past 15 years, I’ve witnessed some seismic changes in its culture, from the recession, to Operation Yewtree, #MeToo […]

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Over the last few weeks, we have been working with our friends at Manchester City of Literature on the communications campaign for their celebration of UNESCO’s International Mother Language Day (IMLD), which launches today. As with a lot of real-life events over the last year, this two-week long celebration has evolved to survive and comes […]