As you may know, we have been working with our friends in Mali for a while now. We’ve held a few fundraising events to collect money to help pay for everything from school books to an entire new classroom for the children in Kola. As part of our ongoing commitment to the school and ADCE, members of the Brothers and Sisters clan have been heading out to Bamako to provide some hands on help. Andy, Olly, Kevin and Tracy went last summer and so we put together a little film of their experience, so that we could all see how the work was coming on. Have a look at what we’ve been up to!
Friday, February 19, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
There have been quite a few firsts at B&S recently. Brights and Stripes, Lost Reduced and now Sky 3D.
As you probably heard, last weekend Sky made television history by becoming the first in the world to broadcast a live football match in 3D. A selection of fans were treated to Man Utd’s win over Arsenal in nine top secret pubs scattered around the UK.
We were very excited to be asked to promote this world exclusive. Below is the ad that appeared in press.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
If December be the month we sew, then January be the month we harvest! It’s been a busy week here and first up we need to shout about the greatness of The Reduced Shakespeare Company. A while back, Sky asked us to promote the sixth and final season of Lost. So, we retreated, had a think and came up with the idea of approaching the Reduced Shakespeare Company and asking them if they’d be up for doing the impossible – condensing over 100 episodes of the world’s most elaborate TV show into 10 minutes. Impossible? Perhaps, but only if one underestimates the genius of the writing team behind RSC. In due course, they came back to us with a script, and behold! – the impossible became possible.
A select audience of ticket winners assembled on a cold January evening to witness Lost Reduced. The results were hilariously brilliant. But, judge for yourselves – you can watch the full video right here.