Event and festival guides
"We can add that extra style and energy to a concert or event with bespoke printed guides"
It might be a music festival. It might be a prestigious food event. It might be the Olympics. Regardless of the subject matter we have specialist writers and journalists who will craft sector-specific words, features and information to sell the event in the most effective way possible.
Generally this type of material is very time sensitive and more often than not, final production runs right to the wire due to changing performance times and for other logistical reasons. This is never a problem for us. We thrive under pressure. Neither is printing or distribution a problem.
Whether you want local, UK or international delivery and distribution, we can sort it out.
We designed the programme and associated material for the now established iTunes festival which is free for those who apply successfully for tickets
inside spread The official programme was included with every copy of the Evening Standard and distributed across most London mainline train stations
The Big Feastival
We designed the programme for Jamie Oliver and Alex James’ fantastic food and music festival
inside spread This one got very close to the wire! But it was delivered on time, looked great and the hungry punters seemed to appreciate it too
A Summer Like No Other
Penmedia were very proud to be so heavily involved in the London 2012 Olympics. We produced the official guide to all the events surrounding the terrific event
inside spread Free copies were handed out at most Olympic events and were also distributed with multiple editions of the Evening Standard
80s Rewind Festival
Penmedia designed the programme for
this nostalgic trip back to the eighties in Henley-on-Thames
inside spread When designing this programme we put on our leg warmers and headbands and played Level 42 and Kajagoogoo all day. It seemed to work
Taste of London
We produced this programme for the annual foodie event sponsored by British Airways
inside spread Copies of this guide were handed out at many central London tube stations to promote the city’s most successful food festival