Cast, Doncaster’s flagship theatre, is delighted to announce the appointment of Moirae Creative Agency as the charity’s first Creative Partner.

As part of this new year long partnership, Moirae Creative Agency will support Cast in the delivery of their web design, branding and marketing.

‘We are very excited to finally make our long-standing partnership with Moirae official,’ said Sian Dudley, Head of Marketing and Communications at Cast. ‘Since we first began our collaboration two years ago, we’ve been really impressed with the quality of their work and the down-to-earth support they give us. Moirae is one of the fast-growing design agencies in Doncaster and as Cast continues to grow audiences year-on-year we’re thrilled partnerships like this can help us meet our ambitions.’

David Plant, Managing Director of Moirae Creative Agency comments ‘We’re huge fans of Cast and have been working with them for a while on a range of projects. So this seemed like the natural next step for us. Through this sponsorship we’ll continue to meet the needs of their brand and help such an important creative insitution in Doncaster grow. Cast do fantastic work with the hardest to reach in our communities and we couldn’t be prouder to support such a transformative charity doing great work in our borough’.

This comes shortly after the launch of the charity’s Corporate Club which in just a few months has gained the support of six local business including Taylor Bracewell Solicitors, KAT Communications, Doncaster Chamber of Commerce, hlw Keeble Hawson and Viviene K Neale Digital.

Cast Corporate Club gives business the opportunity to showcase their work alongside Cast and its audiences, increasing their visibility locally and nationally and benefiting from a range of opportunities for a fixed annual fee.

Arts, culture and the creative industries, make a vital contribution to our economy Doncaster’s communities. Cast is an excellent example of this and the ideal venue where local businesses at the centre of Doncaster’s vibrant growth can engage with their staff, customers and local communities, working together to build a better and prosperous future for our town.’ Dame Rosie Winterton, MP for Doncaster Central.