Cheek by Jowl – Macbeth

This Spring, Cheek by Jowl return to the stage with their much anticipated production of Macbeth. There are two venues in the UK on their European tour, the Barbican in March and April, and at the Brighton Festival in May.

We have designed a special mailer/leaflet to advertise the show and are currently working on the programme for the Barbican and Brighton dates. This will be the 6th programme we have produced in the last 6 years for Cheek by Jowl, and will add to what is quickly becoming a collectable set!

posted on January 28th, 2010

Headlong – Salome

Continuing our strong creative relationship with Headlong, we have been commissioned to create an image and subsequent posters/leaflets for their new production of Oscar Wilde’s Salome. In the play Salome, step-daughter of King Herod agrees to perform the mysterious dance of the seven veils but demands in return the head of the King’s most infamous prisoner – John the Baptist.

The show image (below) was selected for its sensual and seductive portrayal of Salome. We have combined a contemporary, photographic image with tattoos inspired by Aubrey Beardsley who created the original illustrations for Wilde’s production in 1896.

Directed by Jamie Lloyd and co-produced by the Curve Theatre Leicester, the show will be touring the UK this spring.

posted on January 28th, 2010

Polka Theatre – Website

Eureka! have been commissioned to design a new website for Polka Theatre. Polka are celebrating their 30th year, and as part of ongoing celebrations and initiatives, the website is being developed to bring it in line with brand work Eureka! have been developing on all printed materials.

The new website will go live this autumn, watch this space!

posted on July 16th, 2009

Hampstead Theatre – The Fastest Clock in the Universe

As part of their 50th Anniversary year, Hampstead Theatre are staging a revival of Philip Ridley’s play The Fastest Clock in the Universe. This edgy and provocative drama caused a sensation when it premiered at Hampstead in 1992, winning the Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Newcomer to the Stage and the Meyer Whitworth Prize. It is now widely regarded as a contemporary classic.

Working with photographer Tim Brightmore, Eureka! have created an image which will be used across all publicity materials for the show, such as leaflets, posters and front of house graphics.

posted on July 16th, 2009

Roundhouse Producing Circle

We have just completed the design of an introduction pack for the Roundhouse Producing Circle. As part of ongoing fundraising for the Roundhouse Studios, this exclusive high-end membership will help to fund productions of theatre, dance, circus, visual arts and music. This in turn will help to support the vital work of the Roundhouse for young people and emerging artists.

The pack features a presentation folder, information leaflet and exclusive Producing Circle membership card.

posted on July 16th, 2009