Clients

Some of Our Clients…

Arts Council England

BBC Radio Four

BBC Radio Three

BBC Learning

Birmingham Book Festival

Bluecoat, LiverpoolMidland Creative Projects Limited more than met our brief and are value for money in every sense. They took time to understand the Bluecoat and what
we were trying to achieve, establishing a good two-way working relationship from the outset. They challenged and stimulated our thinking throughout the process, and we felt they had really ‘inhabited’ our organisation whilst at the same time maintaining an external objectivity. The result was an excellent document that was instrumental in us securing significant funding for a two year literature development.”

Bryan Biggs, Artistic Director, Bluecoat, Liverpool.

Bournemouth Borough Council Arts Development and The Borough of Poole Arts Development

“The process of developing a Literature Development Framework for Bournemouth and Poole was facilitated by Midland Creative Projects Limited. Their expertise and extensive knowledge of literature development coupled with their ability to help the various partners focus clearly on the concepts and ideas involved has resulted in a comprehensive yet manageable framework for future action.” 

Bristol City CouncilCambridgeshire Libraries and Information Service

British Council

Creative & Cultural SkillsPoetry on Loan

Cumbria County Council

Essex County Council/Essex Book Festival

The Dutch Foundation for Literature (in partnership with Portobello Books)

“In 2009-2010, thanks to Jonathan Davidson of Midland Creative Projects Limited, we were able to establish a unique year long cooperation between the Dutch Foundation for Literature and Arts Council England, who generously supported a promotional project about modern Dutch literature, ‘Go Dutch’.  Jonathan Davidson not only took care of the fundraising, he also helped create and run the project with insight and enthusiasm. He has been great to work with and he has been our guide and saviour all year long.” 

Mireille Berman, International Literary Events and Projects Manager, Dutch Foundation for Literature.

“It is to you that we are all indebted for the superb way you organized such a complex undertaking. Thank you.”

Philip Gwyn Jones, Publishers, Portobello Books.

Galway  Libraries

Interplay Theatre

Irish Library Council

Nottingham Writers’ Studio

Poetry on Loan:

“Jonathan Davidson of Midland Creative Projects Limited has worked as Co-ordinator of Poetry On Loan from 2002-2007. His energy and enthusiasm for poetry and live literature is infectious. His impressive network of contacts, considerable experience and expertise in managing literature projects together with an understanding of libraries and how they operate has contributed greatly to the success of Poetry on Loan over the past 5 years. He can always be relied upon to produce high quality resources and events; he is prompt and clear in his communications and incredibly hard working. His dedication and passion for literature shine through and he is a pleasure to work with.”

Nickie Thomas, Out-going Chair of Poetry on Loan West Midlands

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Staffordshire County Council

Swindon Borough Council

Swindon Festival of Literature

“Working with Midland Creative Projects Limited has been very good, chiefly for the following ten reasons:

1. They are clear about what they can do.
2. Their expertise and experience, in the field of Literature and Books, is real and considerable.
3. They give precise and prompt replies to queries.
4. They do not waste (my/our) time.
5. They understand both Literature development and Literature festivals.
6. They understand what it is to be a small but ambitious and quality-driven project.
7. They know about the challenges of literature development in ‘ordinary’ towns and cities.
8. They answer the phone or the message.
9. They write plain English.
10. They do what they say they will do, and deliver.”

Matt Holland, Director, Swindon Festival of Literature

VNU Publications (Library + Information Show)

Warwickshire County Council

West Midlands Readers’ Network

Writing East Midlands

Writing West Midlands