Absolutely Cultured welcomes a new partner
Hull-based arts organisation Absolutely Cultured is delighted to announce the appointment of Rollits as its new corporate partner, supporting its ambition to play a leading role in Hull’s future.
Rollits has long been a proud supporter of the city and its artistic ambitions and cultural development. The law firm was founded in the city’s Old Town and is the place it has stayed, with Hull’s people and businesses providing a strong foundation for it to grow over the last 175 years. As a Hull 2017 partner, the firm experienced a different kind of energy as it opened its High Street doors and played host to creative workshops, focus group sessions and meetings. An energy they hope to emulate in the years to come.
Pat Coyle, Director of Marketing and Client Relations Director at Rollits said: “We love the energy of this place, its unpretentiousness and it’s a city like no other, where everyone works together with a shared ambition – to make Hull a success. Last year showed that if everyone collaborates, magic can happen. Change doesn’t happen overnight and while so much has been achieved over these last few years, we are hopeful for what is to come. Hull’s light is shining bright and we want to keep that illumination long into the future.”
Chair of Absolutely Cultured, Lee Corner, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Rollits to our team as we continue to bring ambitious, surprising, compelling and artistic work to Hull. This first year for Absolutely Cultured has seen some great work brought to the city and we’re excited for our next event – Urban Legends: Northern Lights – as we finish the year with sights and sounds that will be remembered for many years to come. We’re confident the support Rollits will give us will help us continue on our journey to commission and produce more world-class programming.”
Posted on: 19/11/2018
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