Image and Advert Specifications

Format Guidelines

Image:Always provide the largest format image file available.
We can then resize it to match the different print and digital specifications
We can then resize it to match the different print and digital specifications Provide images as separate files (not embedded in document or email)
ArtworkPlease provide 2 separate files:
artwork file
original image file
File Format We can accept files in the following formats: .JPG .GIF .PNG .PDF

Licence:   You may need to follow legal requirements when advertising your show.
Requirements: 
Please be aware that this is your responsibility and not that of the theatre.

Deadlines

Theatre brochure inclusion:

BrochureDeadlineDesign & PrintIssue from
January - April season31 OctoberNovember1 December
May - September season28 FebruaryMarch1 April
October - January season31 JulyAugust1 September

Advertorial, Email, Facebook Advert

If you have taken out additional marketing services, text and images need to be provided to the Press Advertorial deadline: first Friday of the month before your show

Example:
Show Date: 25 - 27 October 201
Advert appears 27 September
Information required by 7 September 2018

Digital

Layout

Width pixels

Website Post

Landscape

1500 - 2500 pixels wide

Facebook Advert

Landscape

1200 x 628 pixels

Print


Layout

Details

Width mm

Height mm

Quarter page advert

Portrait


60

86

Half page advert

Portrait


128

88

Full page advert

Portrait


148

219

Premium full page advert

Portrait

Page 3 and centre pages

148

219

Double page advert

Portrait

2 x centre pages

148

219

Printed Poster

Portrait

A1



Resolution: 300 dpi minimum resolution at the required dimension size
Colour Model: 
For print: CMYK with no spot colours; For web: RGB - save images as sRGB
Print Bleed: Text and logos need to be 5mm from the edges. A double page entry should consist of two separate adverts with the same 5mm distance specification applying to each page.
Facebook Adverts:  Should contain no more than 20% text. A standalone image (with no text) is best