Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse pitch nearing end of process as Uniform resigns account


By Ishbel Macleod | PR and social media consultant

June 26, 2013 | 2 min read

Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse is nearing the end of a pitch process for its creative account.

While Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse would not reveal who was on the shortlist, The Drum understands that Bolland & Lowe and Made Studio are amongst the final agencies with a spokesperson admitting that the theatre has nearly completed the process.

When approached for comment, incumbent agency Uniform told The Drum that it had resigned the account.

Uniform MD Nick Howe, said: "We have had a good four years working with the Everyman and Playhouse and created some outstanding work with great results. It was a hard decision to resign the account, but we felt it was the right time to take a step back. We're currently working on a wide range of projects with ongoing clients such as Bacardi, The FA, Shop Direct and Westfield, and are currently relaunching the Belling brand across the UK, so it makes sense for us to focus our energies here.

"In the arts sector, we continue to work with Oxford Playhouse, and are currently creating some exciting new work for Warwick Arts Centre," added Howe.

Uniform has been working with the client for the last four years, The Drum understands.

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