13 December 2017

STARGAZE OUR FULL PAGE COVERAGE

Got to still love a full page of coverage in the papers.  Better still we got two!

The paper review was a joy this morning with The Times and Daily Mail delivering full pages of coverage and three quarters of a page in Telegraph for our latest The Big Bang Fair story.

In a campaign to get more young people interested in the universe, we partnered with astronomers at University of Birmingham to create ‘Look Up To The Stars’: a new set of constellations representing icons from sport, entertainment, science and activism that children are inspired by today.

The Big Bang Fair partners with astronomers at Birmingham University to create a series of new constellations in honour of famous men and women that are inspirational to young people today. The icons that have been commemorated include Usain Bolt doing his celebratory lightning-bolt stance, Sir David Attenborough in the shape of a blue whale, JK Rowling through Harry Potter's iconic glasses, Mo Farah doing his Mobot celebration, a spaceship for Tim Peake, a book for Malala Yousafzi and author Michael Bond through Paddington Bear's boots. The constellations have been created with a view to getting more young people interested in stargazing and the universe. They arrive in the wake of research from The Big Bang Fair which found that 72% of children have never looked up at the night sky to find a star constellation before, while 29% wouldn’t be able to recognise a single classical constellation when shown them. For more information email bigbang@cowpr.com or call 0207 234 9150.

The Big Bang Fair partners with astronomers at Birmingham University to create a series of new constellations in honour of famous men and women that are inspirational to young people today. The icons that have been commemorated include Usain Bolt doing his celebratory lightning-bolt stance, Sir David Attenborough in the shape of a blue whale, JK Rowling through Harry Potter's iconic glasses, Mo Farah doing his Mobot celebration, a spaceship for Tim Peake, a book for Malala Yousafzi and author Michael Bond through Paddington Bear's boots. The constellations have been created with a view to getting more young people interested in stargazing and the universe. They arrive in the wake of research from The Big Bang Fair which found that 72% of children have never looked up at the night sky to find a star constellation before, while 29% wouldn’t be able to recognise a single classical constellation when shown them. For more information email bigbang@cowpr.com or call 0207 234 9150.

The Big Bang Fair partners with astronomers at Birmingham University to create a series of new constellations in honour of famous men and women that are inspirational to young people today.
The icons that have been commemorated include Usain Bolt doing his celebratory lightning-bolt stance, Sir David Attenborough in the shape of a blue whale, JK Rowling through Harry Potter’s iconic glasses, Mo Farah doing his Mobot celebration, a spaceship for Tim Peake, a book for Malala Yousafzi and author Michael Bond through Paddington Bear’s boots.
The constellations have been created with a view to getting more young people interested in stargazing and the universe. They arrive in the wake of research from The Big Bang Fair which found that 72% of children have never looked up at the night sky to find a star constellation before, while 29% wouldn’t be able to recognise a single classical constellation when shown them.
For more information email bigbang@cowpr.com or call 0207 234 9150.