For the first time in its centuries-long history, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Durham Cathedral hosts the world’s number 1 musical theatre band Collabro.
Jonarc has provided a full suite of services from graphic design for print, through to a stunning responsive website and press and PR services. Our work for Live at the Cathedral saw VIP tickets sell out almost immediately as the producers enjoyed some of their best ever media coverage.
Our distinctive designs for the event have been seen all over the country and shared innumerable times online, with the show featuring in national and local media outlets, including Elaine Paige on Sunday on BBC Radio 2.
Rebranding the largest free pride festival in the UK has been a mammoth task but equally as rewarding as it was challenging. ‘Alex’ the non-binary icon for Northern Pride has proven to be immensely popular and infinitely adaptable to reflect the full LGBT+ spectrum.
Inspired by the open embrace of The Angel of the North, items bearing Alex now feature as part of the Angel’s artist Sir Antony Gormley’s gallery archives. When a young member of the community said Alex and the new branding made them feel more included, welcome and represented, we may have ugly cried. A lot.
As well as creating an entirely new branding scheme, we’ve also developed a completely new website, with box office and online donation features as well as a stunning clothing range with profits going to keeping the pride festival free.
Our work was seen by nearly 100,000 people across the North East over the Northern Pride festival weekend, with many revellers stopping to get a picture with the walking, talking Alex mascot, based on our designs.