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Impact is proud to work with some of the UK’s leading cultural organisations and visitor attractions.
Our experienced account managers work collaboratively with your marketing team to create tailored marketing campaigns that meet your objectives. Whatever you’re trying to achieve, from developing new audiences to engaging with tourists, we’re here to help.
Here’s just a selection of the companies that we have worked with recently.
Over 5 million visitors flock to this Trafalgar Square gallery every year, to view world-famous artworks by da Vinci, Van Gogh, Monet, Rembrandt, Turner, Constable, Cezanne…
Europe’s largest arts centre pushes the boundaries of all major art forms including theatre, film, music, visual arts and dance.
Dedicated to human history, art and culture, London’s most-visited attraction boasts over 8 million exhibits in its world-famous collection.
We’re proud to be sponsors of the London Film Festival, and to work closely with the BFI to promote their year-round programme of films and screenings at BFI Southbank.
A world-leading performance centre, dedicated to all forms of dance from ballet to hip hop and contemporary to flamenco.
With an inclusive ethos and a diverse programme of art, theatre, music, literature, dance and debate, the Southbank Centre’s programme reaches 6.25 million people every year.
From their inspiring concepts to professional delivery we always feel in safe hands with Impact.
“I have had great feedback about visibility in the local area – the distribution is working!”
“Impact’s project management and logistical planning are first-class”
Morris Visitor Publications
We always feel confident that our print is being seen in the right places at the right time.
Chichester Festival Theatre
The internationally renowned music festival held every summer at the Royal Albert Hall, brings the world-class classical music to the widest possible audience.
A full-service marketing agency with a global presence, Dewynters represent numerous iconic West End shows including Les Miserables, Mamma Mia! and Phantom of the Opera.
Under the leadership of new artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah the Young Vic continues its tradition of producing ground-breaking work for the most diverse and engaged audiences in London.
Brighton is one of Europe’s leading arts festival with an ambitious and varied programme that makes the most of the city’s unique cultural scene.
Imperial War Museum
IWM London, Churchill War Rooms, HMS Belfast, along with two regional branches in Duxford and Manchester, explore war and conflict from WW1 to the present day.
This bespoke marketing consultancy offer creative campaigns and solutions for plays, musicals and live events in London’s West End and beyond.