D&AD Festival 2018: Creative Showcase

Our Creative Services Director Sam Stocking attended this year’s D&AD Festival to review work the last 12 month’s work and hear from some of the industry’s leading figures.   So, the 56th annual D&AD Awards have come to a close. The standard of work was as high...

Read More

A LEGO® Friends Friendship Party at Camp Bestival

This weekend we had so much fun with the LEGO® Friends, as they braved the weather to bring their LEGO® Friends Friendship Party to Camp Bestival. LEGO® Friends invited children and their families to immerse themselves into the lives of the LEGO Friends characters and...

Read More

What were the main lessons for PR from Cannes 2017?

Once again the marketing industry looks to Cannes for inspiration and lessons on what defines the very best in class work from around the globe. Here’s a top five lessons that struck us about the 2017 winners, and what PR can learn from the Festival...

Read More

Taste of London: Is excellent food enough?

Taste of London took us around the world when it came to the mouthwatering food and delectable wine. From the most delicious lamb chops and black cod dumplings at Roka to the duck curry in a pineapple at Mango Tree – this is one to...

Read More

How Do You Build A Music Festival To Reflect The Local Audience?

The PrettyGreen events team have put their festival outfits away for another year after activating both OnBlackheath and the inaugural OnRoundhay festivals in partnership with John Lewis. At OnBlackheath for the third year running the festival go-ers danced to amazing acts such as headliners Primal...

Read More

Top Five Festival Fashion Faux Pas

PrettyGreen and festivals go hand in hand. We spend a lot of our summers working up and down the land making the festival experience that little bit more special. From Parklife to OnBlackheath via Boardmasters and Bestival we’ve spent many a day battling through the...

Read More

Why do people go to Festivals?

The sun is out and the festival season is alive! According to Visit Britain, live music events attract 6.5 million people a year in the UK. Large scale festivals began, of course, in the late 1960s, with Glastonbury and the Isle of Wight as the...

Read More

The D&AD Festival. Three days of creativity, c*ntent & craft beer…

Last week two PrettyGreen creatives took their beards, brogues and oversized black-rimmed-glasses and went to the D&AD Festival in Shoreditch. Here, with other creatives, they stood around stroking their beards, looking at creative work and discussing creativity in an attempt to make themselves…errrm…more creative. Thankfully for...

Read More