Norwegian TV production company CreaCon unveiled its flagship children’s show, “City of Friends,” in the UK at Brand Licensing Europe today. The CGI animated preschool series makes its U.K. broadcast debut on Milkshake! on Five tomorrow.
The show has already launched successfully in more than 140 territories around the world and, to celebrate its’ arrival in Britain, a lively team of 18 x Ministers took its characters Max, Ted and Elphie on an open top double-decker tour of London. Joined by Amy, Jen and Derek from Milkshake!, we took-in many of the West End’s most iconic sites – and here’s what happenned along the way…
(client: Creacon Entertainment)
Yesterday was all about leaves at the Cheshire Oaks designer outlet, near Ellesmore Port (just south of Liverpool).
The amazing Minister Imogen took time away from her costume-making duties at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield to rustle-up a fabulous autumnal leaf dress. Working alongside Rain Comms, a crack team of MOF’s finest leaf designers then created a seasonal installation around the lovely Lucy, rounding it off with a 60m dress train, hand laid with tens of thousands more leaves.
You can see the creation in today’s Metro and Liverpool Echo (and The Sun online), but in the meantime, here it is…
(client: Rain Communications)
Lycra and pompoms were in full force today, as Heathrow staff and volunteers took part in a Cheerleading Challenge led by a team of Ministry cheerleaders at Terminal 5, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. This challenge launched a new Macmillan EXPO at Heathrow, helping the charity reach more people affected by cancer. Macmillan Cancer Support is Heathrow’s Charity of the Year until March 2012 and through the generosity of passengers and staff, Heathrow hopes to raise £150,000.
For more information about Macmillan Cancer Support, visit macmillan.org.uk or freephone 0808 808 00 00.
(client: Macmillan Cancer Support)