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Gemini’s ‘Best Design for Print’ 2016 award winner!

Gemini has been a proud print sponsor to the Brighton Fringe for the third year running in 2016. Being the official print sponsor enables Gemini to interact with the local community and to give something back to help the growth of performing Arts in our City. The Brighton Fringe have been at the forefront of championing Arts & performance in our area for a number of years and aside from the many incredible acts on view the benefit of the Festival to our City’s economy is fantastic, with hundreds of thousands of visitors in May & June.

Tommy, The Queer Historian.

My debut show, Homophobe, started out as a simple piece of theatre with the goal of looking homophobia square in the eyes and trying to work out if people can change their homophobic viewpoints. The piece grew into the monster of the show that I performed on the 4th and 5th of June as part of Brighton Fringe. The show ended up offering a much deeper look into one man’s journey (my own!) of homophobia I faced as a teen, interspersed with performance, magic, cabaret and the first ever showing of Homophobe was well received by the audience and arts industry.

To win the award for Best Design for Print means the world to me. It was important for us to show that words, no matter how small, have results and the consequences of homophobia can be brutal. We wanted to have a poster that would catch people’s eyes but also show the deeper side of the project.

I couldn’t have done this without the amazing work from my team. From my producer, Emily, for supporting my decision on a hard hitting poster to my film director, Stephen, for offering his amazing eye on the poster. To My Name is Ad for the graphic design, Matt Oliver, our photographer, and Roz Gomersall for the amazing make-up.

Now the pressure is on for next year’s Brighton Fringe but we already have some exciting plans for a show called ‘3,597’. Watch this space!

By | July 4th, 2016|Categories: Print|0 Comments

Gemini Group at the Brighton Fashion Show 2016

Sales executive Richard Golds pictured at ‘Brighton Fashion Show‘ held at Jurys Inn Brighton on the 9th April. Jane Busby ran the show ‘styling and staging all types of fashion shows in Brighton and the South East. With her team of professionals Jane can produce the whole show’. Gemini provided all goody bags for the fashion show and posters alongside exhibiting at the show.

By | June 9th, 2016|Categories: Print|0 Comments

Gemini Group raise £1,200 for Starr Trust children’s charity

Steve Cropper, managing director of The Gemini Group pictured with Trish Starr (fundraising department) donating £1200 to Starr Trust. At Gemini we believe in supporting our future generations by making regular donations to support our local charities.

Starr Trust is a local, independent and family run charity based in Hove, East Sussex. All raised funds go towards supporting young people aged 10 – 18 fulfil their potential through sports, arts and education, by giving a helping hand to achieve their goals at this crucial time in their lives.

Starr Trust provide;

  • Training and development of skills
  • Connections and mentoring
  • Financial grants up to £5,000 for young people living in the BN post code area of the UK(Edward Starr Awards.

Registered Charity no. 1127497.

For more information or if you would also like to make a donation please visit –

By | May 25th, 2016|Categories: Print|0 Comments

Gemini Group raises money for United World Schools Charity

Gemini Director – Mark Tully pictured presenting a cheque of £1000 to help support Kings Education – Andrew Green’s chosen charity United World Schools (UWS). Andrew will be cycling 300km next week through some of the remotest jungle in Cambodia, 35 degree heat and 80% humidity. United World Schools focus on building schools in the world’s poorest regions and sourcing goods from their local communities.

Please visit Andrews ‘just giving’ page if you would also like to donate to this great cause –

By | April 11th, 2016|Categories: Print|0 Comments