We have a reputation for crafting products that invoke emotion. Think contemporary photography and design combined with a thoughtful approach to typography.
We create compelling editorial content for a variety of diverse audiences across print, video, digital, podcasts and email. Whether an existing product or a new launch, the team bring a fresh perspective on everything they do.
We create insightful, exciting editorial content to inform and educate, which invites audiences to view your brand with a fresh perspective.
We will deliver strong revenue by maintaining relationships with an established database of arts sector clients and heritage associations, while proactively seeking out new leads.
Cabbells provide cost-effective solutions, printing in excess of 3.5m publications every year. We offer sustainable options: from FSC & PEFC accredited, recycled and chlorine-free papers to non-toxic vegetable-based inks, biodegradable and carbon neutral wrapping.
We create arresting content for some of the nation’s most recognisable brands. No project is too big or small, with our clients ranging from the Welsh National Opera to one of London’s leading theatre groups, Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
With clients such as Adam Speigel
(The Mousetrap), The Institute of Conservation, the British Film Institute, the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and Opera magazine all choosing to work with us, we are a vital publishing provider to the arts and culture sector.
Innovation and imagination are at the forefront of every project we take on. Budgets stretch further, design works harder, our content engages more people, all of which enriches the user experience and inspires loyalty. From redesigns to editorial concepts, and ad sales for the likes of BBC Proms, we will generate greater ROI from your marketing budget.
WNO is back with a bang in 2023, with a sensational season of shows.
Click below to see what’s on and to book tickets for some of the best operas in town...
Cabbells are delighted to be creating and producing Delfont Mackintosh Theatre programmes. To find out what’s new and booking now at each of DMT’s eight West End Theatres, follow the link below...
Stay fully up-to-date with everything that’s going on in 2023 and beyond. Click below for more details....
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We are most excited about The English National Ballet’s The Forsythe Evening – a celebration of the ever-inventive, acclaimed choreographer William Forsythe. Delighting audiences at Sadler’s Wells, from 31st March...
BFI Southbank’s four-screen cinema venue is showing a huge selection of classic and contemporary films, with new and re-releases, film seasons, and director and actor retrospectives. Follow the link below to see what's screening...
Immerse yourself into a fascinating world of culture, history and conservation,
with what the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings offers....
On a worldwide scale, the theatre industry is big business. Top productions can go toe-to-toe with the biggest Hollywood blockbusters in terms of grossing profits (see The Lion King’s £1.6 billion theatre takings across 1,200 productions for example) and outlast them for years and even decades (Les Miserables and The Phantom of the Opera being prime examples).
Cabbell’s Managing Director, Sarah Simpson, has shared a step-by-step guide on how smaller businesses can boost their marketing potential and achieve brand salience.
The National Theatre has appointed Indhu Rubasingham as the company’s first ever woman as its artist director, which was revealed publicly last week. Rubasingham becomes its first woman to take the position in an organisation which is six decades old, in what is being described as a landmark decision.