1. Let's hear it for TeamGB - and for arts lottery funding

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 7th August 2012

    Like much of the UK, I seem to have had something in my eye for the past 10 days. If welling up with national pride were an Olympic sport, I reckon that TeamGB would be able to add yet another gold to the collection. Tissue manufacturers must be experiencing a rush in sales. It’s been fascinating listening to the way that the accompanying rhetoric has developed in recent days alongside ...

  2. Case Study from Amb:IT:ion Scotland

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 21st July 2012

    I came across this case study from the work I facilitated with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (then the RSAMD) as part of the Amb:IT:ion Scotland project. It’s wonderful to see what a success they’ve made of the fledgling ideas that we were playing around with nearly two years ago. As consultants, we rarely get to see the full impact of our initial work on a project, so this ...

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    The Relevance of the Lion King

    Posted by Katy Raines - partner on 18th May 2012

    My 4 year old is really excited. He’s been to the theatre with me a few times to see dramatisations of books he’s read, and loved every trip. He asks me regularly ‘what else do they do at the theatre, Mummy?’ and expects me to reel off countless names of books, TV programmes and films that he has some connection with. If there was a small scale theatre version of Cars 2, the Lion King ...

  4. Hello World: The power of social media

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 31st January 2012

    Occasionally, when I’m having breakfast, I switch on the TV to see what’s happening in the world. Usually I regret it, as early morning television seems to have the ability of raising my blood pressure in a way that even John Humphrys cannot bring about. This morning was no different: two inane presenters wittering on about why social media was self-centred, was a drain on the UK economy ...