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A tropical, bright design for Red Snapper

A tropical, bright design for Red Snapper

"Jamaica, 1962. The island is alive with the excitement of independence and the thrill of providing the setting for the iconic James Bond movie, Dr. No.

But for five women and their husbands on the council, this is a time of mixed fortunes and uncertainty, as personal and political tensions simmer against a backdrop of mass emigration and unrest."

Our brief, from the Belgrade Theatre, was to design show branding and artwork that reflected the mood and feel of Jamacia in the 60's, for their production of Red Snapper. We designed the show artwork using a montage of imagery to create a bright, tropical and eye-catching look that was used across all marketing online and in print.

Need a new website or brand for your business? Contact our Creative Director, Leigh at Create Onsight: or by using the equiry form on our contact page.

Youth Theatre show artwork for the Belgrade, Coventry

Youth Theatre show artwork for the Belgrade, Coventry

We have recently finished artwork for three very different productions showcasing Youth Theatre for the Belgrade Theatre. We created a style that is consistent across all three whilst giving them a unique identity based on the shows content. The artwork was used for all marketing materials from the seasonal brochure through to social media, the website and outdoor advertising. 

Do you work in theatre and need title treatment, art or design work? Email our Creative Director Leigh Cunningham at

Children Of Killers

A trio of friends, born during the bloody aftermath of Rwanda’s genocide, prepare to meet the men who gave them life. But as the homecoming day draws closer the young men are haunted by the sins of their fathers. Who can you become when violence is your inheritance? 

The Belgrade’s Black Youth Theatre was created so that we could hear the voices of, and tell the stories from, the black community. With this production the group tackle a story based on interviews Katori Hall conducted at a genocide studies conference in Rwanda. 


It’s Mayday and a group of misfit teenagers are specially chosen to close the day’s festivities; but as they gather to rehearse the village anthem, all is not well. Tubbsy’s hiding a cat in his bag, Deirdre-May’s grieving her Nanna and someone’s turned up as a Stegosaurus. As the rehearsal breaks down they soon begin to suspect that they’ve been chosen for a far darker purpose…

This production of Dafydd James’s Heritage is produced by members of the Belgrade Theatre’s ground-breaking Work Related Learning programme, Acting Out.

What Are They Like?

Adolescence is a rough ride. You've got existential angst, mood swings, fashion fiascos, terrifying physical changes, never enough money... And that's just the parents. How well do you know yours?

Something to get our teeth into... Vampomime health and safety icons!

Something to get our teeth into... Vampomime health and safety icons!

After the widely appreciated success of the artwork we designed for the Belgrade Theatre's production of Vampomime, we were asked to create fun icons to promote the show. We illustrated health and safety style icons, drawing from the productions' humour, that were used on performance information handed out at the show and across social media via Instagram.

Health & Safety Briefing

Ladies and Gentleman, on behalf of the Belgrade Theatre we would like to welcome you to this evening’s performance of Vampomime. For your own safety and security, we would ask that you take a moment to familiarise yourself with the following Health and Safety information. 

Before entering the theatre, please ensure that all flesh is fully concealed. For your own safety, boob tubes, tank tops and miniskirts are strictly forbidden* 
*excludes weekends in Coventry

Upon arrival at the theatre, we strongly advise that you familiarise yourself with our
in-house restaurant menu where steaks can be purchased for the very reasonable rate of £12.95. For maximum safety, we strongly recommend the garlic butter accompaniment.

In the event of an unexpected outbreak of bloodlust, the houselights will be activated by a member of our Production team. Emergency sunglasses have been made available for your own protection. Please ensure that your sunglasses are securely fitted before helping others. 

If apprehended by a vampire during this evening’s performance, we strongly urge you to show them your cross

In case of an emergency, holy water and a copy of the King James Bible are located underneath your seats. To activate the holy water, sprinkle liberally in the direction of the undead and hold the bible in front of your face. 

In the highly unlikely event of sustaining injury by vampire attack, ancient folklore recommends that you drink the ashes of a burned vampire as an antidote. Please ask our friendly catering team for more details. 

In the case of sustaining puncture wounds to the neck, arms or chest, emergency plasters can be purchased from a member of our Front of House team. In cases of light maiming, decapitation, or moderate goring, a full refund will be issued upon presentation of a valid doctor’s note. 

Upon leaving the auditorium, we would appreciate if any ‘protective silver’ in the form of loose change be deposited in the collection boxes provided. All monies raised will go towards safeguarding the future of audiences future audiences at the Belgrade.