We’re really excited to announce that we’re significantly evolving our website to promote even better access to SLT and The Old Fire Station, thanks to funding from The Architectural Heritage Fund.
“For forty-five years, the Architectural Heritage Fund has been committed to supporting communities to develop sustainable new uses for their much-loved historic buildings. We are pleased to have been able to offer this additional support at a time of extraordinary need and are very grateful to DCMS for funding these vital grants.”
Matthew Mckeague, CEO, Architectural Heritage Fund
We’re delighted to announce that we’re partnering with Chaptr on this project. Chaptr is a web agency that helps brands engaged in culture and the creative arts to thrive in a digitally-connected world. Take a look at their latest article about our collaboration and their other projects here.
In recent years our brand and publicity has taken huge steps forward, thanks in no small part to our former Publicity Director, Bryon Fear. In these straitened times and in the context of social media, digital dynamism and SLT’s drive to open up further to all communities, it’s become increasingly important not only to have the commanding brand presence we’ve achieved through Bryon’s hard work, but also to sharpen our “calls to action” and refine “visitor journeys”, so that our website can be truly accessible to all, regardless of their digital abilities, their reason for visiting and the device they’re using.
We’re engaging with Chaptr as digital experts in an effort to build beyond our already successful site, producing one which puts us in the best position to truly assert ourselves as London’s premier theatre group and step forward confidently from the Covid hiatus.
Throughout these uncertain times, we’re thankful to the Architectural Heritage fund for their continued support to ensure we can continue to be here for you and #HereForCulture.
Watch this space!