Team O2 has been busy pulling in coverage for another year of intimate gigs for War Child’s BRITs Week, together with O2, with a helping hand from some famous faces …
The BRITs are the biggest event in Britain’s musical calendar, and in the weeks leading up to the big event Hope & Glory bagged tons of national coverage for the series of gigs featuring Jessie Ware, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, alt-J and BRITs grandee Ed Sheeran.
The shows are the result of a long standing partnership between O2 and children’s charity War Child, with each raising money and awareness for children affected by conflict.
Beauty and the Beast star Luke Evans, Saturdays sensation Frankie Bridge and comedian Joel Dommett joined Strictly Come Dancing’s Alexandra Burke, radio presenter Roman Kemp and singer Becky Hill in being papped at the star-studded gigs.
But there was no room for riders and diva behaviour here: all the celebrities turned up to support a brilliant cause.
We worked with Dave Bennett’s stellar showbiz snappers to capture red carpet photography and sold the post-gig stories in to our contacts, with coverage on the likes of Mail Online (twice), The Sun, The Daily Star, The Evening Standard, Heat and MTV to name a few.