Cashy C's - Photo by Karol Wyszynski

Branding Cashy C’s – The Musical: Out of Place support sell out Bradford play 

In normal circumstances, branding a pawnbroker shop would sit firmly in the ‘thanks but no thanks’ job pile. But when it’s for a play, set in Bradford, by Kirsty Taylor, that’s a different story. Cashy C’s: The Musical is Kirsty’s witty and poignant debut play, set in a recreated pawnbroker shop in Bradford. The musical uses rap and bassline to tell the stories of people who live hand-to-mouth, trading in a kettle on Monday and buying it back on Friday because they really need a fiver.

Out of Place were delighted to be asked to help bring the play to life, creating a fake, ‘Cash Converters’ style brand, including signage, uniforms and set props, as well as the promotional flyers/posters. We were even more delighted to see the play sell out in hours and watch the rave reviews rolling in. 

You can read more about Branding Cashy C’s – The Musical here: and view some of our design work for the production below…

Cashy C's - Photo by Karol Wyszynski
Cashy C’s – Photo by Karol Wyszynski
Cashy-Cs Logo Design
Cashy C's - Photo by Karol Wyszynski
Cashy C’s – Photo by Karol Wyszynski
Cashy-Cs Poster Design

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