Mobius Industries

Marketing & P.R. for theatre

At Mobius we build audiences for exciting and inventive cultural projects, with a specialism in the performing arts.

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What we do

Our team

Managing Director

Richard Fitzmaurice became Managing Director of Mobius in 2014 after originally joining in 2006. He leads on all marketing campaigns and is always on hand to offer marketing support and advice, whether formally or informally. Richard’s extremely broad experience ranges from commercial West End venues including the highly successful Leicester Square Theatre and subsidised venues including Battersea Arts Centre, festivals including Shubbak, LIFT and the London International Mime Festival, site-specific and immersive events such as shunt, and all the way to the more interesting reaches of the music industry.

Elin Morgan

PR Director

Elin Morgan runs Mobius alongside Richard, with particular responsibility for PR. She studied European Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College before embarking on a career in communications fourteen years ago. She’s worked at Battersea Arts Centre, the Lyric Hammersmith, Sadler’s Wells as Head of Press and was a Director of Prospero Communications, working across various business sectors including publishing, theatre and comedy. She has worked with clients at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2008 and joined Mobius in 2014.

Emma Berge

Senior PR Account Manager

Senior PR Account Manager Emma Berge joined Mobius in 2011. Having risen through the ranks, she now manages the PR team on a day-to-day basis as well as working on campaigns with companies such as the Roundhouse, New Perspectives and Upswing. Her previous work included freelance arts and entertainment journalism at digital and print titles.

Rosie Bauer

PR Account Manager

PR Account Manager Rosie Bauer has worked in a variety of theatres in London, Edinburgh and Yorkshire. She joined Mobius in 2015, following a summer in the Pleasance press office at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has since delivered press campaigns for Diary of a Hounslow Girl, Candoco Dance Company, 1927 and many more.


PR Account Manager

Flavia Fraser-Cannon returned to Mobius in 2016 after cutting her teeth here way back in 2009. In the intervening years, she has popped up all over the place; West End and touring with ATG and Mark Rubinstein, several years at Theatre503 and co-producing with the New Diorama gaining a breadth of experience in PR, marketing and production in addition to comedy and cabaret expertise. Recent campaigns for Mobius include Fun Palaces and Sink The Pink’s Christmas shows at the Pleasance.


Print & Distribution Manager

James Barrett leads print and print distribution work. We work with a wide cross section of arts, leisure and SME clients to deliver best value on print orders and London-wide print distribution campaigns. Passionate about film as well as theatre, James has been involved with a number of independent film projects and recently launched his own successful production company.

Marketing & Digital Account Manager

Anne Dillow joined Mobius in 2019 after working as Communications Manager at Serious and the EFG London Jazz Festival. With over 10 years of experience working for and with London venues including Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre, Kings Place, Barbican and Cadogan Hall among others Anne has expertise in contemporary and classical music as well as theatre and spoken word.

Isobel Turton

Distribution & Print Coordinator

Distribution & Print Coordinator Isobel Turton joined the Mobius team in 2018 after working the summer at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Festival, shortly after completing her degree in Performing Arts with Events Planning at Canterbury Christ Church University. While there she had experience directing, producing and planning events such as the Green Festival, and also worked at several theatre festivals across the country. Since joining she has delivered distribution campaigns for clients including Soho Theatre and Historic Royal Palaces among others.


If you’ve got a festival in need of an audience, a project in a warehouse, you’re about to go on tour with a new play, or you’ve got something really interesting in a pub theatre that the world needs to see, we can tell you how we can make a difference and show you examples of how we’ve helped sales, awareness and the brand of clients who you might know, and clients who you might not. Our agency works right across the marketing mix to produce innovative and effective campaigns for a whole range of the most exciting clients, at a whole range of scales. We create strategic theatre marketing campaigns balancing advertising, promotions, digital, ticketing and design, and link this with PR to get you the best value and the best results.

Our job is to tell your story: whether you’re about to open in the West End, taking a show out on tour and need theatre PR or want to shout about arts projects engaging with local communities, we’ve built a wide range of media contacts covering the arts and beyond. We reach journalists covering lifestyle, social issues and politics, and work locally and nationally to achieve press coverage your audiences will see. Our agency is committed to working with companies that champion diverse voices and those taking work to venues beyond the big cities, and we’re always looking out for emerging artists. Our experienced team work closely in partnership with selected long-term clients on their PR but we’re also able to move fast to run media relations for the next big company on the Fringe.



From a hand to hand flyering session tonight, to distributing a thousand posters across London, to budgeting and planning a campaign across your summer season, we can help you target your audience. We’ve been working with London’s best and most savvy cultural organisations for more than ten years, and still think that print distribution is one of the most effective ways to build awareness in a saturated digital landscape. We know the best places to get your print and the people who will be most receptive to a flyer, and our team of experienced and enthusiastic distributers will do it. We’ll keep you in the loop all the way with comprehensive feedback and advice.

Contact us to discuss your next project

+44 (0)20 3195 6269

The Lower Vestry
St George’s Bloomsbury
6-7 Little Russell Street
London WC1A 2HR