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PR

Theatre PR David Bloom is leaving Target Live after 19 years to set up his own live entertainment agency, Story House. Bloom, who is deputy...

When did comedy get so serious? This is the eternal question muttered by Edinburgh old-timers like myself. The international festival occupied the centre. The fringe...

Anne Mayer is an American who came to London in 1966. Since then she has worked across all the arts in press and marketing...

West End publicist Sue Hyman is to close her public relations agency after more than 30 years. Sue Hyman Associates was set up by Hyman...

Lucinda Morrison was head of press at the National Theatre from 2000 to 2016. Having first joined the NT as senior press officer, her...

For a profession that is in the business of influencing public perception, it could be argued that the image of the PR industry among...

Theatre public relations company the Corner Shop has launched a Scottish office in Edinburgh. The office will be run by Susie Gray, who has left...

The eagle-eyed among you may have noticed that I am currently touting my wares as a PR and director for comedians going to the...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all the PR and marketing people I work with during the year. Some of you are...
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