The Cult is a multi-award-winning PR agency created by a team of former national newspaper and magazine journalists.
We benefit from a special kind of knowledge that precious few agencies can boast - first-hand experience of life in a bustling newsroom. Whether it’s men’s magazines, women’s magazines, tabloids or broadsheets, members of The Cult have the bylines to prove we know what makes them tick.
Unlike many other PR agencies, we pride ourselves on representing a wide variety of brands, personalities and charities because we believe that good PR shouldn’t be restricted; strong ideas and a solid network of contacts can make anyone or anything sparkle in the press.
And our varied roster complements each other, opening new opportunities and bolstering each other’s press appeal.
Four PR awards in the agency’s first three years show that what we do not only works for our clients, but also grabs the attention of those inside and outside the industry.
And, more importantly, we have fun doing it - and we believe it shows in the creative and imaginative campaigns we create each day.
WHO WE WORK WITH
We’ve worked with some of the biggest brands in the world, top personalities and some of the most exciting and innovative new companies we can find.
Unlike many other agencies, we don’t pigeonhole ourselves as a ‘fashion agency’ or ‘celebrity agency’. In fact, we specialise in just one thing: Getting our clients into the press.
So take a rummage in our box of clients and brands we’ve sprinkled magic over, since The Cult was born. We’re sure you’ll find something that tickles your pickles.
Whoever said ‘work hard, play hard’ obviously knows ALL about The Cult, where we’re lucky enough to do both at the same time, throwing huge events that are as fun as they are effective for our clients.
Events mean that we can show off our clients in a relaxed environment and still gain huge column inches in the next day’s papers. We don’t have a formula for our events - we take each and every one on its own merits and make sure that each and every party is unique, from the venue to the entertainment and everything in between.
So what are you waiting for? Dive in and see what comes out of our brain-boxes and turns into real life:
There really is nothing in the world quite like the Gumball 3000 Rally. Superstars, super cars and the most adventurous, luxurious road trips across the planet.
When the London Cabaret Club returned for its second pop-up venture, they called on The Cult to make sure its prodigious combination of world-class, specialty acts and exquisitely choreographed
Dwarves, circus acts and dancers flying high above the crowds might sound like a regular party
Online gaming giants Wink Bingo asked The Cult to launch their new advertising campaign, featuring the Dream Idols 'boylesque' group.
When Peter Stringfellow asked us to assemble the great and good of the journalism world at his Wardour Street club for a night of champagne and lobster as a thank you for support he's received over the years, we knew there would be no end of interest from writers, editors and broadcasters.
Sky Movies needed to herald the launch of their Batman Season with a press-worthy event targeting their core audience of young professional males.
MenKind is the country’s leading gift and gadget retailers and they asked The Cult to throw a party that would ensure they were at the forefront of journalist’s minds when they’re writing up their Christmas Gift Guides.
Rattlesnake of Angel is an American-themed diner/bar/music venue in the heart of London’s trendy Upper Street. We wanted to showcase everything the venue offers, in one, awesome evening.
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is one of the world’s most famous - or should that be infamous - marine conservation groups. And when they wanted to raise their profile in the UK, they came to The Cult.
We organised a star-studded charity world world premiere for the film, alongside Sir Ian Botham’s nominated charity, Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research at the Curzon Mayfair.
TV presenters Michael Underwood and Angellica Bell got engaged in the mighty fine city of New York, and asked The Cult to help them with both their wedding ceremony and the following celebrations.
Our client, New Black Films, produced a hard-hitting documentary-film detailing the catastrophic consequences of the extinction of honey bees.
When the world’s biggest rock band finished their globetrotting tour with a show at Wembley Stadium, they wanted to carry on the party all night long in London.
When lauded milliner Stephen Jones wanted to launch his new range and limited edition Snow Queen vodka bottles, The Cult were tasked with organising a party worthy of a man who has made creations for the likes of Burberry, Roberto Cavalli, Karl Lagerfeld, Lanvin, Vivienne Westwood and Donna Karan
Over the summer months of 2010, The Cult ran a series of Sunday clubnights at Camden's Proud Galleries, showcasing some of the hottest up-and-coming bands around.
Chasing Cotards was a short film with such ambitious goals, it was immediately dubbed ‘the biggest short film of all time.’ The Cult handled the PR for this pioneering film, pushing it in to areas previously untouched by the short film market including Little White Lies and Film4.
NEWS FROM THE CULT
We like to keep you up to date with what we're doing. It's just a glorified way of showing off, really, but we're PRs and that's what we do. So check back here for our blog posts that'll keep you in the loop with what our clients are up to, what members of the Cult are busying themselves with and, as has become the norm with our company, random nonsense that we find interesting/funny/both.
Britain's top youth publisher Egmont and best-selling horror author Michael Grant are launching a once-in-a-lifetime, nationwide competition for one lucky student to become his iconic Messenger of Fear creature...
IF you are a lover of perfectly cooked, melt-in-the-mouth steak with delicious sides and fine wines as an accompaniment, then you owe it to yourself, no, the WORLD to vote for Manhattan Grill in this year's London Lifestyle Awards.
Fancy working on the incredible Gumball 3000 Rally, or getting your teeth stuck into some of the capital’s finest restaurants?
When our noses aren't firmly squashed against the grindstone, they are sandwiched between the pages of a book. So we couldn't be more chuffed about combining the two, thanks to our awesome new client...
We're as proud as a hen who has just laid a particularly fine egg... because we have added the extraordinary SIRO-A to our sparkling roster.
IT’S already been an exciting start to 2014 for The Cult, but we’re absolutely bursting with giddiness about finally being able to announce our latest client - GUMBALL 3000.
When you kick off with a pun that cheesy, it can only go uphill from there. And thankfully, we're introducing a new client that we're so chuffin' happy about, it's getting better with every word we write.
THE CULT is growing in numbers, and there’s a damn fine chance that YOU could be the person to join our ranks.
ARE you bendier than the average human? Have you got skills that'd put you at the front of the queue for a role the next Avengers movie? Are you the kind of person who can't attend a party without giving in to the temptation of playing with fire?
We have immovable, melon wedge grins and are salivating over the press rail of stunning dresses which have just arrived at The Cult bat cave, because we have a shiny new addition to our roster - multi-award-winning label, Joanne Fleming Design’s bridal and evening-wear collections.
IT’S awards season, and as we’re not in the running for a BRIT this year and were cruelly overlooked for a BAFTA, it was beginning to look as though we’d be finishing the month toasting other people’s success instead of our own.
SOCKS shouldn’t be something we hide beneath a trouser leg, cowering inside our tightly laced shoes.
We like talking to people - that’s what our school reports said.
So if you’d like to chat to us about our clients, campaigns, or anything else that takes your fancy, here’s the best way to get hold of us:
020 7620 0063
On the Interweb
www.thecultpr.co.uk (you should know that. You’re already here)
The Cult PR
82 Southwark Bridge Road
London SE1 0AS