Copy: A Moment’s Peace

Copywriting and marketing for A Moment’s Peace theatre production and exhibition: Privilege.

Work included:


Audience development

Email copywriting

Sourcing 90+ contacts, including charities, support groups and organisations for women, disadvantaged communities and minorities, BAME, LGBT+, disabled, deaf; as well as press; MSPs (Members of Scottish Parliament); and public figures

Email liaison with 55+ industry contacts

Interviewing participants and sourcing quotes

Writing and posting blog posts on Tumblr

Social media: Twitter and Facebook

Design and creation of picture quotes

Scheduling posts

Targetting and “tweeting” to industry contacts

Liaising and interacting

A Moment’s Peace is a Glasgow-based theatre company dedicated to making innovative new theatre and working with diverse community groups to create high-quality artistic work that explores marginalised narratives.

They create productions, interactive arts’ events and participatory projects that explore the links between the personal and the political.

Privilege, directed by Lou Brodie and created with The Women’s Creative Company, was a creative investigation into power and entitlement – what it means to us personally, how we use it when we have it, and what the human impact is upon those whose lives are affected by it.

Privilege took the form of a theatre production and accompanying exhibition from Glasgow women’s groups.

The Women’s Creative Company is a participatory theatre company, comprised of members from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. The Glasgow communities involved in this project include:

  • Bridgeton Community Learning Campus;
  • AMINA (The Muslim Women’s Resource Centre);
  • HM Corton Vale – Scottish Prisons Service;
  • One Parent Families Scotland;
  • and Priesthill Women Loud and Proud.

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