One of Ireland’s leading arts venues has reaffirmed its partnership with Rumour Mill PR for the support and delivery of their consumer PR plan for 2017/18.
The MAC, Belfast’s multi award-winning arts venue situated in the city’s bustling Cathedral Quarter, has tasked Rumour Mill PR with the support and delivery of their consumer PR campaigns spanning theatre, performing arts and visual arts.
Rumour Mill PR has worked with the MAC for the past two terms – 2015/16 and 2016/17 – successfully delivering visitor-led and theatre-led communications strategies, including two magical Christmas productions; Rumpelstiltskin (2015) and Pinocchio (2016).
Alongside an already brimming programme of events for 2017 showcasing critically acclaimed theatre, dance, comedy, music, film and discussion, the MAC’s recently announced 2017 Christmas production Hansel and Gretel, the popular Brothers Grimm fairytale, will be supported by the Rumour Mill PR team with creative flair both online and offline.
Commenting on the appointment, Jen Larkin, Marketing Manager at the MAC, said:
“We are delighted to work with the Rumour Mill PR team once again. The team continue to present innovative and creative solutions for reaching the MAC’s target audiences.
“Rumour Mill PR has supported an ever-growing list of events and productions at the MAC and we look forward to rolling out this year’s activity with the team.”
Rumour Mill PR Managing Director Samantha Livingstone said:
“Year on year, the MAC continues to further position itself as an industry leader in the promotion and development of original arts and cultural programmes. As the calibre of events and productions increase, so too must the creative solutions provided by the Rumour Mill PR team – a challenge, nonetheless, that our team is well equipped to tackle.
“We look forward to working with the MAC in the year ahead providing bespoke communications and supporting the activities of the in-house marketing team.”
For more information in the MAC’s 2017 programme of events, visit themaclive.com.