Marking the close of celebratory events on Windrush Day 2019, the historic landmark building of Bruce Castle in Tottenham provided an inspirational setting for a new projection of curated images that was both magical and moving. Guildhall School brought the whole event to life at very short notice – drawing on their extensive professional and technical experience, married with their imaginative and creative skills.
Deborah Hedgecock, Curator and Clare Stephens, Archivist
Haringey Archive and Museum Service
“Working with the Guildhall School team on major cultural projects at Tower Bridge has been nothing short of a dream. Their innovative use of a very restricted and operational space as a place for performance is a logistical achievement to say the least – and we are very grateful to the Guildhall School for playing a key role in further establishing Tower Bridge as a cultural venue in the eyes of the public.”
Chris Earlie, Head of Tower Bridge
City of London
“Dan, Kieron and the team were inspiring creative partners, working well with our curatorial and event production teams, and responding in interesting and insightful ways to the place and its history.
Pippa Shirley, Head of Collections & Gardens and Simon Wales, General Manager
They were collaborative in their approach, open to ideas, flexible and committed to the project.”
“The Son et Lumiere in Guildhall Yard (Shakespeare400) was an unprecedented success with record audiences attending. We had a good level of press coverage, and a significant and positive social media response.
Nick Bodger, Head of Cultural and Visitor Development, Culture, Heritage and Libraries
City of London
Massive thanks to the Guildhall School crew –
it really was a fabulous event.”