Dog days

As the summer draws to a close, as ever a flurry of announcements and invitations mark the start of the autumn season.

We’ve been busy across the UK and internationally in August, with the team helping to bring a leading Middle Eastern comedian to prominence at the Edinburgh Fringe. Whilst a major player back home, it was back to basics for Ibrahem Al Hajjaj to promote his show and so it’s a major achievement to sell out so many shows.

Meanwhile, curator and art historian Alma Zevi continued the international tour for her magnificent monograph of the pioneering, itinerant and multifaceted artist Not Vital, with a spectacular event at Not’s castle in Engadin, Switzerland – also the home of his Foundation and sculpture park.

Autumn’s literary events are out of the traps as we announced blockbuster line-ups for Cheltenham Literature Festival and Cambridge Literary Festival. 

Meanwhile, at Coal Drop’s Yard, the shopping and dining hotspot at the heart of King's Cross, Four has continued its award-winning approach to destination campaigns, securing a wide range of footfall driving coverage in support of the King’s Cross Riviera, and our MENA team continues its forward-facing work with the Museum of the Future.

Read August's full issue here.