Kate Morley PR is a specialist theatre public relations company working across both the subsidised and commercial sectors. Adept at planning bespoke, far reaching campaigns, the company prides itself on putting their clients first. This is an industry about people and personality, as is Kate Morley PR.
In addition the company also represent a number of creative professionals across the film, television and theatre sectors, steering their media profile both in the UK and internationally.
Kate has worked in publicity for 20 years, beginning her career at the Almeida Theatre under Jonathan Kent and Ian McDiarmid. From here she progressed to the BBC to look after publicity for arts programming, and was instrumental in the launch of BBC Four. After two years running the theatre department at Premier Communications, Kate spent 7 years with Blueprint PR where her clients included the Donmar Warehouse under Michael Grandage, the Bush Theatre, The Old Vic and many others. In summer 2012 she set up Kate Morley PR, and with her team, works across the commercial and subsidised theatre sectors, as well as specialising in personal representation for artists.