A bit about what we do.
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Jonarc is a small agency based by the sea in Sunderland, in the North East of England. Established in 2016 by founder Jonny Chambers and drawing on decades of experience at all levels of the live theatre industry, we’ve since gone on to produce work for major producers, up-and-coming arts organisations, the NHS and even His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales!
Whilst we’re #stagey and proud, we work with all kinds of people, busineses and organisations, large and small. We might specalise in the arts but we’ve helped loads of people from a whole host of industries to communicate their message and take their rightful place in the spotlight.
We’re committed to communicating culture, from muscials to music concerts, comedians to culture spots, we work to share the culture that is all around us. Whether its on the side of a big red bus or in the palm of your audience’s hand, our design and creative services, marketing and PR and state of the art ticketing solutions are there to put you centre stage.
Design & Creative
PR & Marketing
Web & Digital
Content & Social
Merchandise & Print
Podcasts & Audio
We like to get to know your business, your people and your audience inside out. It more than simply sitting down and asking you what colours you like and don’t like, we want to find out what makes you tick so we can produce the best, most creative work possible. We’re obsessive over detail and strive to be unpredictable and dynamic in our approach.
1. Let's talk 💬
Who doesn’t love a good natter? It’s how all good stories start. We’ll sit down and talk through your plans, figure out your hopes and desires and decide on the best course of action. There’ll be biscuits.
2. Magic happens ✨
It’s showtime! After many more cuppas, we bring all those ideas to life. As chronic perfectionists, we pour over every detail and work with you at every stage to make your dreams a reality.
3. Ta-da 🥳
It’s like Christmas but with less heartburn. You take delivery of the stuff we’ve whipped up and a bit of happy dancing ensues.